Dec. 5,1998---Keizo Obuchi, Tony Blair

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Taiwan Tati Cultural
And Educational Foundation
B16F, No.3 Ta-Tun 2St.
Taichung, Taiwan, ROC
December 5, 1998.

Dear Mr. Prime Minister Keizo Obuchi,
   Mr. Prime Minister Tony Blair,

Beijing, Dec. 3 ---

Mainland China told the United States on Tuesday, not to interfere with a dissident round-up as former Taianamen Square student leaders protesting the detentions entered the second day of a hung strike.

"We are opposed to any country, including the United States, interfering in China's internal affairs" Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhu Bangzao told news briefing .

On the other hand; we don't know; what's meaning the "interfering in China's internal affairs" ?

How to respect human rights ? ' In which peaceful activities of this kind and other forms of peaceful expression that they've been involved in are fundamental human rights that should be protected by all government.

Human rights is not controlled by any countries, who hit the fundamental rights is our world's enemy. "Internal affairs", only a foolish joke against "civilization".

The other joke was found that Beijing considered the Taiwan island a renegade province since its communist troops drove nationalist forces here in 1949 at the end of a civil war; despite the situation of Taiwan has become democratic country, under direct president election.

On democratic elections; the island goes to the pools in key parliamentary and local elections which could reshape the country's future relations with rival mainland China.

The pro-reunification ruling Kuomintang (KMT) which has ruled the island since KNT fled mainland China some 50 years ago, has vowed to capture a solid majority in the 225 seat parliament where it now holds only a slim margin.

The KMT has also launched massive campaigns in a desperate bid to recover the Mayor seat of Taipei lost to Chen Shui-bian from the leading opposition pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party for years ago.

Beijing said "Taiwan problems is our internal affairs, we oppose the independence at this island, all Chinese support communist China".

In our view; communist China has drunk by hegemony's intoxication. We hope all countries in our world, never drink with Beijing.

Taiwan need your support.



Sincerely Yours,
Yang Hsu-Tung.
President of
Taiwan Tati Cultural
And Educational Foundation


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