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Learn about Taiwan Civil Government

 

The TCG works to gain

human rights protections

for the people of Taiwan.

The Taiwanese people

deserve the freedom to

determine their own nationality.

The Taiwanese people

deserve a nationality

recognized by the world.

Everything you need to know about TCG in less than 3 minutes.

A message from Dr. Roger Lin, Founder, Taiwan Civil Government

As the world gathers this week for the United Nations General Assembly, there is a key player missing: Taiwan.

Taiwan is not a member of the United Nations nor does it have any role with any UN committees or related entities. Taiwan is also not recognized by the United States or the G-7 or G-20 countries.

This lack of recognition is occurring despite the fact that Taiwan is one of the world’s strongest economies and a strong ally of the United States. This alliance with the US has never been as important as right now with the saber rattling we are seeing in North Korea and other challenges in the region.

Taiwan is the 11th largest economy in the world, the 5th largest economy in Asia, and produces $285 Billion in exports annually. We are leaders in the technology, defense, and telecommunications industries with a GDP of $1.1 Trillion!

The United Nations Charter states among other things that the UN was established

“… to reaffirm faith in fundamental human rights, in the dignity and worth of the human person, in the equal rights of men and women and of nations large and small, and to establish conditions under which justice and respect for the obligations arising from treaties and other sources of international law can be maintained.”

Clearly, by excluding Taiwan, the UN is not staying true to its own Charter. The Taiwan Civil Government is in New York participating in events surrounding the UN General Assembly to ask the UN to remedy this situation and give Taiwan the respect and dignity it deserves. And, provide Taiwan a seat at the table.

Thank you for your interest in the Taiwan Civil government and we hope you spend more time on our website to learn more about our mission and our goals.

–Dr. Roger Lin, Founder, Taiwan Civil Government