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1 Hong Kong's Moment of Crisis and Failed Promises Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 691
2 From Confucius to "Animal Farm," the Hong Kong and Taiwan Experience Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 723
3 Judges in the Lin Yi-shih Case Try a Smoke and Mirrors Dodg Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 492
4 Taiwan's Challenge in Living Next to a Covetous Giant Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 726
5 China Will Have to Learn to Talk to Taiwan's DPP in the Future Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 695
6 Hsu Hsin-liang, Just Who Supports This Guy?? Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 718
7 Taiwan: Curious Questions, Why the Secrecy on Ma's Daughter's Marriage Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 538
8 Taiwan and Chinese Taipei??? Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 621
9 Taiwan Commemorates 2-28 When the KMT Began to Seriously Enforce its One-Party State Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 665
10 Jan 13 Protest Brings Out the Crowds But Even More Trouble Looms on the Horizon Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 515
11 Ma Ying-jeou's Cabinet Reshuffle: Ah-Q's Last Stand? Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 805
12 Taiwan's Ma Ying-jeou Gets Caught Again with a Foot in Each of Two Boats Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 570
13 Taiwan & Deng Nan-jung's Death: It was not that Long Ago! Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 761
14 Lin Yi-shih Exposes Taiwan's Unfinished and Unresolved Past Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 776
15 A Strange Justice in Taiwan's Chen Shui-bian Case Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 677
16 The Question of Taiwan's Discourse and Who Should Control it? Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 566
17 China, Foxconn, Apple, and the Tipping Point Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 759
18 Is Chen Shui-bian Being Made a Surrogate Scapegoat for Taiwan? Part III of III Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 815
19 Is Chen Shui-bian Being Made a Surrogate Scapegoat for Taiwan? Part II of III Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 748
20 Is Chen Shui-bian Being Made a Surrogate Scapegoat for Taiwan? Part I of III Jerome F. Keating Ph.D. 825
 
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Newsflash

Democratic Progressive Party legislators Lin Shu-fen, left, and Chen Ting-fei, right, at a press conference in Taipei yesterday, urge President Ma Ying-jeou to clear up allegations that he met with one of the nation’s top bookmakers in September.

Photo: Fang Pin-chao, Taipei Times

The Presidential Office and the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) yesterday denied President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) met privately with one of the nation’s most powerful bookmakers in September, insisting that the president has handled all political donations in accordance with the regulations.

The Chinese-language Next Magazine yesterday reported that Ma held a closed-door meeting with bookie Chen Ying-chu (陳盈助) in Chiayi on Sept. 10 when campaigning in the city. According to the magazine, Chen is allegedly in charge of major underground betting activities on local elections.