Text: Chen Wanling (member of the "Echo of Freedom" community of the Human Rights Education Resource Center of the State Education Administration, National Tainan Chinese Language Teacher) Nuclear energy, Guoguang Petrochemical, Huijing Wuqing, and Meinong Reservoir—among them, the longest-running front was the anti-nuclear movement, and the songs that followed it were also the most prolific.
In 2013, independent musicians collaborated on No Nukes! Long Play! Non-nuclear Works - Taiwanese Indie Music Anti-nuclear Series" fully photo retouching service demonstrates the particularity of ambient songs - multi-person cooperation, consensus, and lyrics as issues. The songs in the album are diverse, compatible with rock, rap, waltz, folk, etc. However, there is only one appeal: no nuclear power plant.
In 2013, "Small Elements", composed by members of the 2013 Abandoned Music Tent and Black Hand Nakashi, wrote: Because of the nuclear disaster in Fukushima, I realized that, Taiwan, which is in the earthquake zone, has no ability to develop nuclear power. We are a generation of despair, when despair, never give up action. Despair is that there is a useless government, and everyon