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101 Ko playing into Beijing’s hands Taipei Times Editorial 79
102 Beijing’s ignorance of convention Taipei Times Editorial 69
103 KMT-CCP strife squeezing Taiwan Lee Min-yung 李敏勇 102
104 Unity is the key to thwarting China Taipei Times 64
105 Ma’s political point scoring Taipei Times Editorial 60
106 Beijing’s definition of ‘Chinese’ is dangerous Paul Lin 林保華 79
107 Advance by letting go of the ROC Liberty Times Editorial 72
108 A lawmaker who keeps his promises Taipei Times Editorial 79
109 Taiwan and China are drifting apart Christian Fan Jiang 范姜提昂 75
110 Politicalization of Chi’s death wrong Taipei Times Editorial 117
111 Taiwan must take control of its fate Taipei Times Editorial 93
112 Aborigines fighting for their land Pasuya Poiconu 96
113 Privacy versus judicial transparency Nigel Li 李念祖 99
114 Taiwan, linear history and Earth Jerome Keating 99
115 US’ Paris exit holds benefits for Taiwan Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 117
116 Prosecutor-general’s curious U-turn Wu Ching-chin 吳景欽 81
117 Self-interest disguised as justice Taipei Times Editorial 83
118 Tsai, DPP need to raise their game Jerome Keating 85
119 Decisions on medical paroles not for jailors Wu Ching-chin 吳景欽 83
120 Title change is a shift in relationship with Japan James Wang 王景弘 125
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Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) yesterday said that, if elected in January’s presidential election, she would issue an official apology to the Aborigines on behalf of the government.

She added that she would also push forward reforms of Aboriginal policies on the basis of “equality, dignity and autonomy.”