RUGGED, REAL Taiwan aborigines-the original explorers Dad, the work, the results, the Gospel Beyond aboriginal work, Dad supported Taiwan Presbyterian Church General Secretary Rev. Dr. C.M. Kao. Kao (Gao) was imprisoned for arranging refuge for the leader of the Kaohsiung Incident (a Roman Catholic), who turned to Kao in court and said, -You are the saint of Taiwan.- Inaction on Dr. Kao's Declaration of Human Rights in 1977 represented perhaps the greatest missed opportunity of President Jimmy Carter's legacy in speaking out for those without a voice. In retirement, Dad self-financed a tour of eight China mainland seminaries in Shanghai, Nanjing, Beijing, Xian, Chengdu, Wuhan, Suzhou, and Guangzhou. The seminaries had shut down for decades, but t the Gospel.