A Taste of Freedom:  Highlights

I.  My Formosan Heritage
Treaty of Shimonoseki, 1895.
 

IV.  The March Uprising, 1947
Cairo Declaration, 1943.
Formosa's legal status.
 

VI. ACADEMIC LIFE-FORMOSA AND ABROAD
San Francisco Treaty and Taiwan's International Status.
What truly defines a nation.
Professor Peng's own observations of what defines a nation.
 

VII. AT THE UNITED NATIONS-A PERSONAL DILEMMA
Early roots of Taiwan's current problem of being a non-country.
First protests against KMT rule in USA (1960).
Nixon or Kennedy
Losing ground at the UN.
Examples of Chiang's paranoia.
Chiang's way of staying in power.
 

VIII. MY ARREST
The great myth which has hurt Taiwan.
Preserving the Hollo language in the Presbyterian Church.
Hsieh Tsung-min , a Taiwanese indepedence hero.
Wei Ting-chao, a Taiwanese independence hero.   In remembrance of Wei Ting-chao (Taipei Times)
The issues of corruption Peng, Hsieh, and Wei wished to draw attention to.
Taiwan Tzu-chiu yun-Tung Hsuan-yen ("A Declaration of Formosan Self-salvation")
Peng, Hsieh, and Wei's principle objectives.
 

IX. INTERROGATION
Peng did what he had to do (and pay the price for it).
KMT tries to distort and discredit Peng.
Taiwan Tzu-chiu yun-Tung Hsuan-yen appears in Tokyo
Limited international reaction to Peng's arrest.
Wu Chung-hui, a brave Taiwanese dissident.
Minute criticism of Chiang
Emperor Chiang
 

XII. ESCAPE TO SWEDEN
Eyewitness account of the escape.

XIII. THE VIEW FROM AMERICA
Professor Peng speaks about Amnesty International
On KMT's Frozen in Time Approach to Government.
The Myth That Taiwan is Part of China
Misconceptions About Taiwan
International Law and Taiwan's Status
Responses to the Myths Propogated by China and China Supporters
What is a nation?  Certainly not pan-Chinaism
China and Taiwan--what next?
KMT Agents Discredit Professor Peng
Sounds Like the New Party Platform!
Mass Demonstrations After UN Expulsion of ROC