Taiwan's Blemished Human Rights Record
Persistently bad treatment of migrant workers cuts into island’s soft power
By: Jens Kastner
While Taiwan’s government never grows tired of differentiating the island from China by invoking the latter’s lack of democracy, freedom and human rights, it has in recent years done little to improve its own human rights situation for its foreign labor force.
This is reflected by a constant stream of ugly revelations – most recently by t…