Yen perhaps feels that some Taiwanese arts and humanities group abase themselves to perform in China, because he also commented on Facebook: “Those artists who do not stand side by side with their Chinese counterparts, but instead pander to the Chinese government, have shamed the freedom of creativity fought for with the blood and sweat of Taiwan’s many forebears.”
Sat, Nov 10, 2012 - Page 3 News List
CCP’s 18th Congress upends arts
By Ling Mei-hsueh and Jake Chung / Staff reporter, with staff writer
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