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Carrying forward a distinguished heritage; implementing reform measures
On August 23, the 55th anniversary of the August 23 Artillery War in Kinmen, President Ma Ying-jeou was accompanied in the morning by Secretary-General to the President Timothy Chin-Tien Yang (楊進添) and National Security Council Deputy Secretary-General Lu Hsiao-jung (陸小榮) on a visit to the offshore island of Kinmen, where the president delivered an address to officers and soldiers at the Kinmen Defense Command. The president also visited an army tank battalion and paid his respects at the Taiwushan Martyrs' Shrine. From there he went to Peace Park to attend a ceremony to ring a bell and engage in prayer. ...[Detail]
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Gaining an enhanced international presence, displaying a greater level of dignity
President Ma Ying-jeou arrived back in Taiwan in the early morning hours of August 21, concluding his 11-day trip codenamed Project Congratulations and Friendship. The president delivered remarks at the airport upon his return, explaining the successes and accomplishments of his trip. ...[Detail]
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Developing energy independence, realizing energy conservation and carbon reduction
On the morning of August 10, President Ma Ying-jeou visited a Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) wind farm in Zhongtun Village of the offshore Penghu County. The president examined the state of wind generation there, and also listened to a briefing on the current status of wind generation in Taiwan and a progress report on the Penghu Low Carbon Island Project. ...[Detail]
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Initiating free economic pilot zones, expanding public infrastructure, and strengthening the expansion of exports
President Ma Ying-jeou on the morning of July 30 attended the "2013 Turning Point: Blazing a Trail for Taiwan's Economy" summit organized and hosted by the United Daily News (UDN), in which he explained that the seven major recommendations reached at last year's summit have demonstrated substantive results. The president also stressed that the government in the future will focus on three major engines to drive Taiwan's economic growth, namely: initiating free economic pilot zones (FEPZs), expanding investment in public works, and strengthening the expansion of exports. ...[Detail]
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Engagement brings prosperity, while isolation brings atrophy
On the evening of July 27, President Ma Ying-jeou visited Jenn Lann Temple in Dajia District, Taichung City to address a crowd assembled in the square in front of the temple on the benefits of the Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement. In addition to dispelling false claims about the agreement, the president also explained how it will benefit Taiwan. ...[Detail]
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President Ma visits family of army corporal Hong Zhongqiu
President Ma Ying-jeou paid his respects on July 20 at a memorial for army corporal Hong Zhongqiu (洪仲丘), whose death has sparked a public uproar. In expressing his condolences to Hong's family, the president stressed that the government will work speedily to get to the bottom of the case, apprehend and punish those responsible, and provide generous compensation to the family. At the same time, he said, a thorough examination of the military's discipline system will take place in order to prevent the recurrence of a similar tragedy. ...[Detail]
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