Taiwan Student Protests Reveal Issue of Relations with the Mainland

NEW YORK, May 29, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- 2014 June issue of NewsChina magazine highlights the following headline topics:

The cover story "Taiwan Protests: Island Divided" features the recent student protests in Taiwan, which have revealed the political dissent emerging over the issue of relations with the mainland. Where does the island's democratic process go from here?

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Politics: Court Short Overburdened and poorly compensated, a growing number of junior judges are quitting the bench and heading for private firms. It appears securing their return will take more than a pay bump.

International: Putting Values Aside With an apparent shared vision for a multilateral world order, and with minimal strategic rivalry, shouldn't it be easy for China and the EU to resolve the "soft" issue hampering their partnership?

Economy: Market Estimations Chinese e-commerce monolith Alibaba has ended months of speculation by announcing its decision to make an IPO in the US, but the guessing game continues. 

Environment: The Price of Pollution China has created the world's second largest carbon market and granted subsidies to renewable energy initiatives. Will putting a price on pollution prove a breath of fresh air?

Editorial: The fallacy of urban management Whenever there is violence involving chengguan, they are almost guaranteed to take the blame.

Commentary: Without appeal, 'mixed ownership' is a dead end More drastic reform measures are needed to attract private investment into the State sector.

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Fred Teng
Tianli Zhang

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