The world’s most powerful website builder which takes the “live website creation” to next level. Massive Dynamic is created by a team of 12 experienced professional developers and designers.
Beautiful and easy to understand UI, professional animations and drag & drop functionalities are a few examples of the work that’s been done to make a top-notch product.
Massive Dynamic has over 10 years of experience in Design, Technology and Marketing. There are a few examples of the work that’s been done to make a top-notch product.
Join us to help the 23 million people of Taiwan achieve full recognition and equal treatment in the international community. We promote peace, security, democracy and human rights. We hope to engage everyone to raise and create awareness about Taiwan’s history and current situation.
We are a coalition of passionate community activists who aim to safeguard Taiwan’s democracy, human rights, press freedom and civil liberties. We are not affiliated or run by any organization or political party.
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From the past and present,
and onwards to the future
Massive Dynamic is created by a team of 12 experienced professional developers and designers. The team has focused on user experience and ease of use in every aspect of this project. Beautiful and easy to understand UI, professional animations and drag & drop functionalities are a few examples of the work that’s been done to make a top-notch product. The team has focused on user experience and ease of use in every aspect of this project. Beautiful and easy to understand UI, professional animations and drag & drop functionalities are a few examples of the work that’s been done to make a top-notch product.
LEARN ABOUT TAIWAN:
Engage with your Taiwanese friends to find out more about what they think about Taiwan. Be sure to check out our good friends to peruse their content as well. And hey, why not visit Taiwan sometime!
TALK ABOUT TAIWAN:
Talk about Taiwan, any time, all the time! Share facts and information to anyone who will listen, or outreach for Taiwan using your unique skills – whether it be through art, music, or dance. Feel free to share your story with us!
With our support, we hope to involve everyone – both young and old – to help make a difference with us. Every cent we receive goes towards the planning, promotion, and execution of all our Keep Taiwan Free || United Nations Membership for Taiwan activities. We are funded by a 501(c)(3) registered organization, Taiwanese American Council of Greater New York. All donations are tax deductible.
Q: I’m not Taiwanese, why does it matter to me?
A: Taiwan is a key political and cultural player in East Asia: A small island standing just across the strait from China, Taiwan is an example of freedom and democracy in Asia Pacific. Support for Taiwan’s freedom is not about being Taiwan, but being a supporter and defender of freedom and democracy.
Taiwan should matter to you if you identify with
– A feminist
– A supporter of LGBQT rights
– A supporter of the free press
– A supporter of a transparent democratic institutions
– Any marginalized community
Taiwan and the US have a relationship that matters to Americans: Taiwan and the US are joined by economic and security ties. Taiwan is the 10th largest trading partner of the United States, beating out larger countries like Italy, the Netherlands, Spain, and Saudi Arabia. The Taiwan Relations Act passed by Congress and signed by President Jimmy Carter governs the de facto diplomatic relationship between the two countries. Under the Taiwan Relations Act, the US may be obliged to intervene military in case of an attack by China.
Q: Why do human rights in Taiwan matter to me?
A: After decades of martial law under military dictatorship, Taiwan has emerged as a beacon of human rights and freedom in the region. Taiwan’s leadership in the realm of transparent governance and strong democratic institutions provides a stark contrast to the heavy-handed and reactionary government of China.
Q: Isn’t Taiwan already a country? Why is this still a topic of discussion?
A: Taiwan’s government is officially known as the Republic of China, which is independent from the People’s Republic of China, which is known simply as China. Taiwan has its’ own democratically-elected government, currency, passports, and all of the other aspects a sovereign state have. However, internationally, Taiwan’s status is only recognized by 20 United Nations member states, while it has unofficial diplomatic relations with 57 countries. Taiwan is barred from membership in the United Nations, and Taiwanese tourists, journalists and invited guests have been barred entry into the United Nations buildings in New York and Geneva.
Interested in learning more? Want to get more involved and join the team? Contact us!