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1 Anti-reform protesters a far cry from Sunflowers Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 3
2 Has Trump become soft on China? Sushil Seth 13
3 Hatta, Chiang statues not connected Taipei Times Editorial 15
4 Justice for Aborigines no priority Salone Ishahavut and Mayaw Biho 16
5 All Taiwanese are Lee Ming-che Chen Fang-ming 陳芳明 18
6 Reopen the KMT illegal party asset sales probe Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 16
7 Buying the right weapons Taipei Times Editorial 15
8 KMT still whitewashing history Taipei Times Editorial 13
9 Trump-Xi meeting needs attention Taipei Times Editorial 16
10 ‘One China’ a disservice to Taiwan Gerrit van der Wees 23
11 Who is Lee Ming-che? Taipei Times Editorial 31
12 Control Yuan’s dubious arguments Taipei Times Editorial 23
13 Hong Kong’s ‘bird-cage democracy’ Joseph Tse-hei Lee 李榭熙 23
14 Films and TV must tell Taiwanese war stories Chen Ping-hsun 陳秉訓 25
15 Respect integrity of Aboriginal land Taiwan Association of University Professors 台灣教授協會 24
16 China’s South China Sea strategy Taipei Times Editorial 24
17 Decoding Taiwan-China rhetoric Jerome Keating 25
18 Without the Women’s League Taipei Times Editorial 27
19 Ma’s words undermine sovereignty James Wang 王景弘 24
20 Academic spirit and national identity Lee Min-yung 李敏勇 28
 
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Newsflash


Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Su Chen-ching, speaking at the Legislative Yuan in Taipei yesterday, criticizes President Ma Ying-jeou for visiting Singapore in a personal capacity to pay his respects following the death of former Singaporean prime minister Lee Kuan Yew.
Photo: Liao Chen-huei, Taipei Times

President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) yesterday made an unexpected visit to Singapore to pay tribute to the late Singaporean prime minister Lee Kuan Yew (李光耀), with government officials offering ambiguous answers to questions about in what capacity Ma is making the trip.