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I have a friend, Jocelyn, who had been to Chandigarh (north India) in 2009 and Hyderabad in 2011 for work about one and a half years. I interviewed her because I found that her experience is precious for me while chatting. She told me something she f

I have a friend, Jocelyn, who had been to Chandigarh (north India) in 2009 and Hyderabad in 2011 for work about one and a half years. I interviewed her because I found that her experience is precious for me while chatting. She told me something she f

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Little discuss on the power of last generation in Taiwan, which my friend reminded me while we were interviewing. Also, I talked about the reason why the government enacted regulations to protect women and how do they do better. Finally, I believe th

Little discuss on the power of last generation in Taiwan, which my friend reminded me while we were interviewing. Also, I talked about the reason why the government enacted regulations to protect women and how do they do better. Finally, I believe th

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Tzu-Ching commented on We Changed

That is truly a good idea for me to write another article about the safety improvement in TW :) However, I realize that the power of last generation is the key for propulsion of gender consciousness. Please read: http://www.openideo.com/challenge/womens-safety/research/we-are-getting-better

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Tzu-Ching commented on We Changed

Hi Meena

Thanks!
The following link is about the safety problem in Taiwan.
It is getting better and I hope the number of female victims and that of sexual abuse could be lower someday.

http://www.openideo.com/challenge/womens-safety/research/we-are-getting-better

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Tzu-Ching commented on Where are our girls and boys?

Thanks Al! In this article, I want to emphasize an "outer factor," which is important for us to think while we are figuring the problem. Al, I really like your article and It is awesome. I do agree with providing a sustainable environment is a way to make things better and also believe that building a safety community may work.