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1 Speaking Hoklo not the new smoking Taipei Times Editorial 6
2 Taiwan has other options than UN Ben Goren 7
3 Taiwanese confidence, values key to tourism Lin Cheng-you 林琤祐 7
4 Making Taiwanese count in the US Taipei Times Editorial 12
5 HK protest tactics may be needed in Taiwan Paul Lin 林保華 11
6 With China, let Trump be Reagan Joseph Bosco 12
7 Taiwan is drowning in a flood of falsehoods Janet Hung 洪湘斐 12
8 Tea controversy hits boiling point Taipei Times Editorial 15
9 Withering US strategic ambiguity Bill Sharp 13
10 Beijing’s travel ban has other motives Honda Chen 陳鴻達 12
11 Registering foreign agents needed Ho Cheng-hui 何澄輝 15
12 US could learn from Hong Kongers Joseph Bosco 12
13 Scandal casts shadow over NSB Taipei Times 10
14 Significance of Tsai’s US activities Michael Lin 林正二 11
15 US-China ties and Taiwan safety Tu Ho-ting 杜和庭 14
16 Reviving English-language policy Taipei Times Editorial 18
17 Strides in human rights diplomacy Taipei Times Editorial 16
18 KMT’s China talks must be probed Taipei Times Editorial 15
19 Official should be sacked over false report Ling Po-chih 凌博志 17
20 China missile test destroys trust Taipei Times Editorial 24
 
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Newsflash

In a pre-trial hearing at the Taiwan High Court yesterday, former president Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁) and his attorneys said certain key evidence and witness statements should not be admissible in court.

Chen and his attorneys appeared at the appeals court where judges are reviewing the guilty verdicts the Taipei District Court handed the former president, his family members, former government officials and other co-defendants.