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2 China trying to divide the nation Chen Fang-ming 陳芳明 5
3 Time to do away with ‘Year of the Republic’ Hugo Tseng 曾泰元 6
4 Chinese ethnicity and Taiwan expats Taipei Times Editorial 12
5 A KMT show for the people Taipei Times Editorial 19
6 Stepping up to the stage Taipei Times Editorial 19
7 The KMT’s failing relevancy Taipei Times Editorial 27
8 Referendum rights and the pressure from China Peter Wang 王獻極 23
9 WHO usurped by China Taipei Times Editorial 32
10 Government too reliant on disloyal civil service Chen Mao-hsiung 陳茂雄 23
11 Unleash the power of referendums Liberty Times Editorial 20
12 Capital and Taiwanese democracy Jerome Keating 19
13 When will Tsai start governing? Peng Ming-min 彭明敏 20
14 The shame of overpaid pensions Taipei Times Editorial 17
15 Protesters have no ground to stand on Chi Chun-chieh 紀駿傑 27
16 Press freedom must be maintained Taipei Times Editorial 23
17 Anti-reform protesters a far cry from Sunflowers Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 19
18 Has Trump become soft on China? Sushil Seth 27
19 Hatta, Chiang statues not connected Taipei Times Editorial 27
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Newsflash


Taiwan Society president Chang Yen-hsien speaks at a forum in Taipei on Sept. 13.
Photo: Wang Min-wei, Taipei Times

Senior Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) members, friends and fans lamented the death of former Academia Historica president Chang Yen-hsien (張炎憲), who passed away during a research trip to the US on Friday evening Taipei time.

“Thank you, Professor Chang, thank you for what you have done for Taiwan, it was because of your insistence on researching the 228 Incident and White Terror that the younger generation are able to get to know more about this island from a Taiwan-oriented perspective, and write about our own history,” DPP Chairperson Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) said on her official Facebook page. “May you rest in peace, we will always remember you.”