Group Launches Letter-Writing Campaign To WHO Calling For Taiwan’s Participation At WHA

Focus Taiwan: ‘One person, one letter’ WHA campaign launched
“A group in Taiwan has launched a campaign to call for Taiwan’s participation in the upcoming World Health Assembly (WHA) conference despite the likelihood that it will be shut out from the meeting under China’s pressure. … To support Taiwan’s bid to participate, private group LaiPhauTe (狸長辦公室) launched the ‘one person, one letter’ campaign on April 18 to get Taiwanese to bombard WHO headquarters with paper or electronic letters to push for Taiwan’s inclusion in the WHA…” (Ming-hsuan/Lim, 4/21).

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