After Su Beng was discharged from the hospital on December 28th he had a number of visitors at his home, who were there to help him ring in the new year.
On January 2nd Su Beng had a tang yuan (湯圓) i.e. sweet rice dumpling making party at his home. In Taiwan it is traditional to celebrate the first day of winter by making and eating sweet rice dumplings.
In early January the DVD version of the documentary film Su Beng, the Revolutionist was released.
January 21: Despite getting a black eye due to some anticoagulant that Su Beng has been taking, he's been getting back into his exercise routine.
Above photos courtesy of Su Beng's Facebook page
Su Beng also had a gathering with several old friends.
On January 23rd, Su Beng hosted an end of Lunar New Year event to thank his supporters, by making and eating lun pian (aka lumpia or lunbian), which is a sort of Taiwanese summer roll.
There's a large variety of ingredients used as filling for lun pian, as you can see fom the spread on the table in the photo below.
Here's what a rolled lun pian looks like.
There was lots of merriment.
And Su Beng was asked to sign copies of his autobiography.
On January 26th Su Beng had dinner with supporters and friends of The Taiwan Independence Association.
On January 30th at 3pm, the 2016 Hong Kong Independent Film Festival screened the documentary film, Su Beng, the Revolutionist. Director Lihkuei Chen was at the screening to participate in a Q&A with the audience.