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Tâi-oân Ki-chìn
台灣基進
Chú-se̍k Tân E̍k-chê
Pì-su-tiúⁿ Ông Heng-hoàn[1]
Hoat-giân-jîn Tân Phek-ûi
Khí-chō 2016 nî 5 goe̍h 15 ji̍t (2016-05-15)
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  • Chhiau-khek Nâ Le̍k (2008 nî)
  • Ki-chìn Chhek-e̍k (Ki-chìn Pian-hong; 2012 nî)
  • Ki-chìn-tóng (2016 nî)
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Tâi-oân Ki-chìn (台灣基進), kū-miâ Ki-chìn Tóng (基進黨), sī Tâi-oân ê chèng-tóng, tāi-seng sī 2015 nî chèng-sek hiòng chèng-hú li̍p-àn ê chèng-tī thoân-thé Ki-chìn Chhek-e̍k (基進側翼), 2016 nî 5 goe̍h kái hō sin miâ, kiam teng-kì chò chèng-tóng. Pún-pō͘ siat tī Ko-hiông-chhī. Hiān-jīm ê tóng-chú-se̍k sī Tân E̍k-chê, hoat-giân-jîn sī Tân Pek-ûi.

Chham-khó Chu-liāu[siu-kái | kái goân-sí-bé]

  1. "S2E26 「鉅變」下的台灣挑戰與機遇 Feat. 王興煥 #奕齊上下班". 台灣基進. 2021-09-11. 快一個月沒見,奕齊上下班回來了!這集邀請到學成歸國,接任台灣基進秘書長的 #王興煥 博士,在法國研讀宗教哲學也一邊關心台灣時事,以筆名 #格瓦推 發表過多篇文章,這次在節目中會跟奕齊擦出甚麼樣的火花呢? 
  2. "Not Just a Two-party System". Taiwan Business TOPICS. 25 March 2020. 16 June 2020 khòaⁿ--ê. Besides supporting Taiwan independence, the TSP regards itself as a left-wing party that promotes social equality and admires the social welfare systems of northern European countries. 
  3. "Taiwan Activist's Wife Calls on China to Allow Him Home For Funeral". Radio Free Asia. 16 February 2020 khòaⁿ--ê. Lin Yu-ming of the left-wing, pro-independence Taiwan State Building Party said that China is increasingly seeking to inflence the democratic island's 23 million residents ahead of presidential elections in 2020, at which Tsai is seeking re-election. 
  4. "Not Just a Two-party System". Radio Free Asia. 25 March 2020. Goân-pún bāng-ia̍h Pó-chûn tī 2021-02-18. 16 June 2020 khòaⁿ--ê. Besides supporting Taiwan independence, the TSP regards itself as a left-wing party that promotes social equality and admires the social welfare systems of northern European countries. 
  5. "Taiwan Activist's Wife Calls on China to Allow Him Home For Funeral". Radio Free Asia. 16 February 2020 khòaⁿ--ê. Lin Yu-ming of the left-wing, pro-independence Taiwan State Building Party said that China is increasingly seeking to inflence the democratic island's 23 million residents ahead of presidential elections in 2020, at which Tsai is seeking re-election.