Michael Turton (麥哲恩) and co-host Courtney Donovan Smith (石東文) cover a lot of ground, starting with a community service announcement on drugs. Will the Mazu pilgrimage go forward with coronavirus fears, or will Mazu intervene as Yen Ching-piao asserts. The KMT chair race takes some interesting turns. Bernie Sanders, currently Democratic frontrunner to be their nominee for US president, weighs in on a PRC military attack on Taiwan. TPP finally makes clear their stance on Taiwan-PRC relations, but it sounds awfully familiar. KMT internal dispute over Fu Kun-chi being admitted back into the party. The DPP makes moves on land use policy. And much more.
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