Take a stand for the Earth by giving the Green Party a seat in the Legislature!
You Are Cordially Invited to Tea at the Green Party Campaign Headquarters for candidate Calvin Wen in the Legislative By-election in Taipei's Sixth Constituency (Daan District)
Date: February 21, 2009 (Saturday)
Time: Tea begins at 2 p.m. (the tea will be preceded by lunch at 12:30; please let us know in advance if you wish to come to
Place: No. 52-1 Andong St., Taipei (a one minute walk from the MRT Blue Line Jhongsiao/Fusing Station, Exit 1 -- turn right after exiting)
In the legislative by-election for Taipei City's Daan District to be held on March 28, we finally will have an election unshackled by party politics. By supporting and voting for the Green Party candidate, you can send a crucial message to our government: the message that now is the time to stop squabbling and get down to the work that really matters -- creating a better, healthier, and more beautiful environment for ourselves and our children.
As a key cultural and educational center of Taipei, Daan District is a gem in our nation's capital. Daan will shine even brighter by becoming the first locale in all of Asia to elect a Green Party representative to a national legislature!
By taking a stand and making the Green Party our lever in the Legislature, we can lift the Earth. Join us in making history. Bring your dreams. Let's make a pledge to a better future, a pledge that we can keep!
Green Party Taiwan Office:
5F, No.13, Sec.1, Jhongsiao E. Rd., Jhongjheng District, Taipei City 100,Taiwan (R.O.C.)
Account for campaign contributions:
Postal Remittance Account: 50100521 (Control Yuan Post Office)
Account name: Political Contribution Account for Prospective Candidate Calvin Wen for By-Election to the 7th Legislature (第7屆立法委員補選擬參選人溫炳原政治獻金專戶)
Profile of Calvin Wen
Hakka descent. M.A., Graduate Institute Of Building And Planning, National Taiwan University (NTU). B.A. in Agriculture, NTU. Formerly has served as secretary-general of the Green Party Taiwan, as a director of the Taiwan Environmental Action Network Association, as a Legislative Yuan congressional assistant; as a research assistant with the National Science Council, as general convener of the Taiwan delegation to the Global Greens 2008 Congress in Sao Paolo, Brazil, and as a Taiwan delegate to the Asia Pacific Greens Kyoto Meeting 2005.