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Anti Black Box Movement

Ministry of Education (Taiwan) was stormed by Anti Black Box Course outline Movement student protesters, related to the Sunflower Student Movement on July 23, 2015. This protest was not only about cross-strait relations but much broader, it including removal in textbooks of Japanese contributions to Taiwan and whitewashing KMT atrocities especially White Terror (Taiwan) era to changing the focus on regurgitation and Cramming (education) rampant in education system, the ever corrupted system and making politicians accountable (called Appendictomy Project 割闌尾計畫), and even the history and ongoing use of for-hire thugs of Bamboo Union by politicians.[1]

References

  1. ^ http://www.storm.mg/article/58360

External links

  • President Ma’s ‘Black Box’ Problem
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