Taiwan Voice was set up to give the students and other protesters currently occupying Taiwan's legislature a voice that could reach outside of the island nation. Not only do we hope to make the current issue clear to those living in other countries, but we also want to raise awareness internationally about the current situation in Taiwan as it faces a mounting struggle to maintain its autonomy, hard-fought democracy, and its high level of human rights in the face of growing influence from China. These concepts — democracy, human rights, independence, freedom — are concepts that are worth preserving, and Taiwan's struggle to preserve them is worthy of international attention.
We welcome anyone not familiar with Taiwan to post a question or to message us through this site. We would be happy to have people on the ground explain what is going on, or even just to let you know what Taiwan, our culture and our people are all about.
脸书上，由许多台湾留学生组织而成的「CSSTAtranslategroup 服贸议题翻译协作组织 」，也正与Taiwan Voice讨论如何进一步合作，以求发挥最大的信息传播效果。