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101 Nature needs to be respected Taipei Times Editorial 125
102 Taiwanese values mean ‘not PRC’s’ Liberty Times Editorial 115
103 Ma might only impede justice Taipei Times Editorial 95
104 Stephen M. Young On Taiwan: Assessing cross-strait developments Stephen M. Young 104
105 Nobel news coverage disappoints Taipei Times Editorial 136
106 Chinese equipment not to be trusted Taipei Times Editorial 81
107 ICAO threatens Strait’s ‘status quo’ Peter Chen 陳正義 136
108 Beijing’s incremental moves must be countered Chen Chia-lin 陳嘉霖 131
109 John J. Tkacik Jr On Taiwan: Trump, Jerusalem and Taiwan John J. Tkacik Jr 104
110 US’ flag removal points at real shift Taipei Times Editorial 99
111 Taiwan must focus on ‘hard power’ Liberty Times Editorial 121
112 Is it a question of law, or of judges? Wu Ching-chin 吳景欽 134
113 Control Yuan could help repair trust Taipei Times Editorial 116
114 KMT is still a danger to democracy Liberty Times Editorial 99
115 Government should stop firms selling out Taiwan Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 123
116 World conflict, peace and Taiwan Jerome Keating 141
117 Chiang’s memory is not worth dwelling on Lin Shiou-jeng 林修正 144
118 Brandishing a double-edged sword John Lim 林泉忠 166
119 Workers need power to negotiate Taipei Times Editorial 94
120 Tsai must defend nation’s integrity Taipei Times Editorial 112
 
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Newsflash

More than a dozen gay rights and women’s groups yesterday lashed out at former Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) chairman Shih Ming-teh (施明德) over his questioning of DPP presidential contender Tsai Ing-wen’s (蔡英文) sexual orientation and demanded that he apologize to women.

“If, as Shih puts it, the sexual orientation of a presidential candidate is so important that it would have an impact on the direction of national policy, I’d like to ask him to elaborate on which gender or sexual orientation is best fit for a national leader,” Taiwan Women’s Link -secretary-general Tsai Wan-fen ---(蔡宛芬) said at a press conference in Taipei yesterday. “If he cannot explain, he should stop arguing, and apologize to all single women, gays and female politicians.”