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1 Recognize Taiwan as the country it truly is Ted Yoho 5
2 Stand up for human rights and protect one another Mr. Gary Richard Cowan, Representative of the Australian Office; et al. 6
3 Changing the face of the nation Taipei Times Editorial 7
4 Name, ‘consensus’ make wall of lies Taipei Times Editorial 8
5 Carrying on the fight Taipei Times Editorial 12
6 Trump yet to play the ultimate card Joseph Bosco 11
7 The Golden Horse event exemplifies Taiwan Michael Lin 林子堯 12
8 Election lessons for government and the DPP Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 13
9 DPP needs to change its tune Taipei Times Editorial 12
10 Analyzing the DPP election debacle Bruce Jacobs 家博 14
11 Vote to protect nation’s democracy Chang Yeh-sen, Li Chuan-hsin, Liao I-en, Weng Ming-chang, 14
12 Taiwan must face what’s in a name Jerome Keating 14
13 Voting against Chinese annexation Yen Ching-chang 顏慶章 17
14 Fu Yue speech a freedom beacon Taipei Times Editorial 14
15 Revamping Taiwan-US relations Parris Chang 張旭成 16
16 New face needed for NT$200 bills Martin Oei 黃世澤 14
17 Beijing is misreading US signals Chen Yung-chang 陳永昌 13
18 China at UN: Deflection, dirty tricks Gray Sergeant 16
19 Combating CCP effort to meddle in elections Paul Lin 林保華 18
20 Independence referendum needed Taipei Times Editorial 22
 
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Newsflash

President Ma Ying-jeou should rein in Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) members who are spreading racist and gender-biased propaganda in a bid to snatch votes for the year-end local elections and support for a controversial trade pact with China, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) said yesterday.

Acting DPP Spokesman Chao Tian-ling said at a press conference that the KMT’s Chiayi County branch has been running a “questionable, negative advertisement” insinuating that the DPP nominee in the county commissioner’s race, Chang Hwa-kuan, was involved in adulterous relations with the current commissioner, Chen Ming-wen.