Minister of Education Tu Cheng-sheng (杜正勝) yesterday told reporters that Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Legislator Lee Ching-hua (李慶華) had been acting like a three-year-old, one day after Lee called him "Dick Minister" and "Pert Minister," referring to a shampoo brand, during a legislative committee meeting. The heated exchange of words arose over Lee's discontent with a ministry-published high school sex education pamphlet which contained explicit sexual references. "If Lee had carefully read the pamphlet, he wouldn't have noticed only the [explicit material]. Only three-year-old children would see nothing but [that material] in the pamphlet," Tu said, adding that Lee was not a "well-educated person" and that him being a lawmaker could only waste the nation's resources. When asked for comment, Lee said he had suggested Tu and his wife make public images of the two copulating in the pamphlet.
Fri, Mar 31, 2006 - Page 4 News List
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