By: Chen Chi-chung,
Cheng Chao-fu and Lee Hsin-Yin
The investigation is being conducted by an impartial entity, the university said, citing the Degree Conferral Act.
If it found that Li violated academic ethics, as alleged, her master's degree from NSYSU Institute of Mainland China Studies will be revoked, the school said.
According to a report in Mirror Media magazine, approximately 96 percent of Li's thesis on trade relations between Taiwan and China was copied from the work of another student and that of Tung Chen-yuan (童振源), head of the Overseas Community Affairs Council. [FULL STORY]