Searching for Freedom of Speech in Taiwan
放送 2018年９月１４日（金）10:30～10:58 ／ 16:30～16:58 ／ 19:30～19:58 ／１５日早朝4:30～4:58（日本時間）
Taiwan began its democratization in the 1990’s, paving the way for freedom of expression greater than in any other Chinese-speaking region. Now, Taiwan has grown into a haven for creators who seek to spread views disapproved of by the mainland Chinese government. Lam Wing Kee is one among them, a former bookstore owner who suffered months of imprisonment in China for selling politically sensitive books. In this episode, we hear from the free thinkers who have left their homelands so that they may begin new lives free from creative persecution.