DPP Frank Hsieh did not use Soochow University but National Taiwan University identity campaigned for Taipei City Council

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draft20110823, Some clues about the 1981 RAPC–Page 2. Continue from (Draft20110818, UN officials tipped off who harassed the Abused Child Mr David), draft20110818, Some clues about the 1981 RAPC–Page 2. 

Date: 100/02/08 11:23 @ 11:29 To: Judicial Yuan
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…Mr Frank Hsieh, when he was first running for the member of Taipei City Council, claimed his official identity to be an alumni from the National Taiwan University(NTU) Law School, but from other source, probably according to his own words saying to the pupils of late President Chiang Ching-kuo in early years via wireless machine, Mr Frank Hsieh graduated from the law school of Soochow University before attending the NTU five-year-term law school and also before he went to Japan seeking for admission to the college of law in Kyoto University when he had elected to be the member of Taipei City Council. It was said that Mr Frank Hsieh recruited members in Taipei City similar to the club of ARM-MC(American Reading Machine, membership company), for his own brand name “Japanese Formula Mathematics.” During more than a couple of years in Japan for the college of law study, some official of Japan in Tokyo ever asked the student Mr Frank Hsieh about the details of his “Japanese Formula Mathematics” membership club in Taiwan. Mr Frank Hsieh answered the official of Japan in Tokyo that the membership organization was ordered to set up by the Taiwan official from late President Chiang Ching-kuo. The official of Japan in Tokyo then told Mr Frank Hsieh to remove the “Japanese” from the name of Mr Frank Hsieh’s membership club to be only as “Formula Mathematics”.

The late President Chiang Ching-Kuo probably planned to use the Japanese Formula Mathematics membership club organized by Mr Frank Hsieh of Democratic Progressive Party(DPP) to balance the USA ARM(American Reading Machine Company) of the Harvard Public Relationship(PR) Manager Mr George Bush Jr. and cashier Ms Chen Chu when I was an elementary school pupil of 12 years old. Mr Frank Hsieh of Democratic Progressive Party(DPP) was not told by the late President Chiang that the late President Chiang Ching-kuo sponsored the membership club of “Japanese Formula Mathematics” in Taipei City from the national resource allocated by him. That is, the “Japanese Formula Mathematics” membership club which the former DPP City Council member Mr Frank Hsieh organized was another form of energy auxiliary reading machine company in Taiwan areas in public supported by the late President Chiang which was similar to the USA ARM-MC(American Reading Machine-membership company). In 1998, there was a report of official threatening harassment from the fee collectors of “Formula Mathematics” membership club in Taipei City, together with the commission fees collectors in Kaohsiung City which were recruited by Ms Chen Chu for the Japanese new-model Reading Machine. The fees collectors in 1998 went into the elementary and secondary schools both in Taipei City and Taipei County to ask the teachers to conform to their request to unify the quiz numbers for the reading machine commission company to regulate the pupils to boost up their scores in school. That’s when the efforts of Nobel Laureate Dr Lee Yuan-Tseh paid for initializing so-called ten-year Education Reform Policy in Taiwan in 1998. The snobbery of the reading machine company made the DPP involved officials dictated governmental administrations and bullied the school teachers…    

Best Regards, David CK Chang, Citizen of New Taipei City Panchiao District,
F121485303, SSN057864042, February 8, 2011, National Central Library, Taipei City

(Continued)Translated by DB, August 23, 2011, National Central Library, Taipei City

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