Su Beng released from the hospital December 12, 2014

Good news! Su Beng was released from the hospital on December 12th after a nearly two week stay. He was hospitalized on November 29th. To find out why Su Beng ended up in the hospital, read my previous post about it by clicking here.

UPDATE (12/25/14): Taiwan's Formosa Televison channel reported on Su Beng's hospitalization. He was initially hospitalized because of some issues he had with his kidneys. After he was hospitalized it seems as if he might have had a minor stroke. You can watch the report in Mandarin Chinese and Taiwanese here:

 

While Su Beng was in the hospital he had quite a few visitors. Among them were many familiar faces and old friends.

 Professor Tsay Ting-Kuei of the Alliance for Referendum of Taiwan visited Su Beng.

Professor Tsay Ting-Kuei of the Alliance for Referendum of Taiwan visited Su Beng.

 In the photo above: Several of the authors/contributors of  史明口述史, The Oral History of Su Beng  

In the photo above: Several of the authors/contributors of 史明口述史, The Oral History of Su Beng 

 In this photo: Director Lihkuei Chen (who worked on a documentary about Su Beng)

In this photo: Director Lihkuei Chen (who worked on a documentary about Su Beng)

Among the many visitors that Su Beng has had while in the hospital, is Lin Fei-Fan, one of student leaders of the Sunflower Movement.

Tsai Ing Wen, the current chairperson of the Democratic Progressive Party and the party's presidential candidate in 2012, also visited Su Beng while he was in the hospital.

Taiwan's Formosa Television channel reported