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1 Police must adapt to era of ‘critical citizens’ Lin Chia-ho 林佳和 10
2 Taiwan’s geopolitical importance Parris Chang 張旭成 20
3 Beijing trying to buy Taiwanese Liberty Times Editorial 21
4 Significance of Nobel nod for HK trio Taipei Times Editorial 23
5 Ian Easton On Taiwan: So you think China will win? Administrator 23
6 Chinese infiltration not unnoticed Parris Chang 張旭成 28
7 Nature needs to be respected Taipei Times Editorial 29
8 Taiwanese values mean ‘not PRC’s’ Liberty Times Editorial 24
9 Ma might only impede justice Taipei Times Editorial 23
10 Stephen M. Young On Taiwan: Assessing cross-strait developments Stephen M. Young 23
11 Nobel news coverage disappoints Taipei Times Editorial 19
12 Chinese equipment not to be trusted Taipei Times Editorial 16
13 ICAO threatens Strait’s ‘status quo’ Peter Chen 陳正義 22
14 Beijing’s incremental moves must be countered Chen Chia-lin 陳嘉霖 16
15 John J. Tkacik Jr On Taiwan: Trump, Jerusalem and Taiwan John J. Tkacik Jr 15
16 US’ flag removal points at real shift Taipei Times Editorial 20
17 Taiwan must focus on ‘hard power’ Liberty Times Editorial 21
18 Is it a question of law, or of judges? Wu Ching-chin 吳景欽 21
19 Control Yuan could help repair trust Taipei Times Editorial 25
20 KMT is still a danger to democracy Liberty Times Editorial 22
 
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Newsflash

Lawmakers and academics are calling on the government to refrain from using the term “mainland” in reference to China in official documents in an effort to put an end to the “one country, two areas” framework that the former Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) government had envisioned.

“China” has been an internationally recognized term used to refer to China by countries like the US and Japan, which do not call the country of 1.3 billion the “mainland,” New Power Party Legislator-at-large Hsu Yung-ming (徐永明) said.