Culture Minister Lung Ying-tai said the issue should be addressed in context of Taiwan’s television industry development and stressed the importance of reciprocity.Tuesday, 30 April, 2013, 1:09pm 3 comments
Writer-turned-government-minister Lung Ying-tai's talk on Saturday at University of Hong Kong, on the theme My Hong Kong, My Taiwan, attracted thousands of fans.
The eloquent speech, and equally thought-provoking questions from the floor, carried over to the post-talk party at the university vice-chancellor's residence.4 Dec 2012 - 2:15am
Taiwan's culture minister may have been speaking in Hong Kong yesterday when she hailed the island's vibrant democracy, but her words were addressed equally to a mainland audience watching online.
Lung Ying-tai said people should understand the deeper meaning of democracy and set aside media reports about quarrels in the legislative chamber.2 Dec 2012 - 3:28am
'Broken Tooth' out of prison1 Dec 2012 - 2:41am
In an exclusive interview ahead of her official visit to Hong Kong, Taiwanese minister Lung Ying-tai aims to build bridges28 Nov 2012 - 7:44am
I'm not sure the government knows what an international maritime centre is28 Nov 2012 - 5:53am
As a government department, the Central Policy Unit is, of course, a government tool. What can it be if it isn't a tool? Yum cha?
Shiu Sin-por, head of the think tank
We don't need to treat a foreign magazine's report as guidance from a superior body20 Nov 2012 - 3:09am
Drama veteran Ko Tin-lung last night added his support for Florence Hui Hiu-fai to be culture minister in the next government, following criticism that she lacks knowledge of the field.27 May 2012 - 12:00am
Taiwan's first minister of culture, Lung Ying-tai, has called for a forward-looking cultural forum with Beijing, saying discussions were required before the two sides can consider signing any cultural co-operation pact.25 May 2012 - 12:00am
Former essayist Lung Ying-tai kicked off her first day as Taiwanese culture minister yesterday by vowing to set up a system that would cultivate cultural officials able to resist political influence.
'Cultural policies should never serve political purposes,' the island's first culture minister said.22 May 2012 - 12:00am
'Not until I started packing up at Sha Wan Drive did I realise that Hong Kong is my home,' said Lung Ying-tai, Taiwan's culture minister designate. She was referring to her staff quarters at the University of Hong Kong, where she has been a visiting scholar since 2004.14 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Taiwan's new culture minister, Professor Lung Ying-tai, a prolific author and influential social critic, is likely to be a player worth watching in cross-strait relations because of her 'incendiary role' in political and cultural developments in Taiwan, Hong Kong and even on the mainland, analysts say.2 Feb 2012 - 12:00am
Taiwanese writer and commentator Lung Ying-tai has no qualms about being a gadfly. Her novels and critical essays on social and political issues have angered government officials and attracted death threats, as well as fan mail, from readers. Yet of the 20 books she has written over the years, the hardest to produce was her latest, Letters to Andreas.7 Dec 2007 - 12:00am