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FEATURE/Taiwanese comic chronicling path to democracy attracts French readers

02/26/2023 04:57 PM
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Tsai Kun-lin's (蔡焜霖) life was upended in 1950. Working overtime as a civil servant, he was suddenly taken to a jail where he was wired up to a machine and electrocuted until he gave up the names of so-called "co-conspirators."


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