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101 Third parties and Mammon factor Jerome Keating 119
102 Chinese products must be boycotted Taipei Times Editorial 129
103 KMT’s unendearing display Taipei Times Editorial 105
104 Building a nation that is free from fake news Chen Kuan-fu 陳冠甫 102
105 Tsai shows signs of Stockholm syndrome Yen Li-chen 顏利真 173
106 US signals its new approach to China Taipei Times Editorial 138
107 US ready to parry Chinese threat Parris Chang 張旭成 128
108 Trump right to doubt ‘one China’ Joseph Bosco 142
109 Taiwanese unwilling to identify as Chinese Chen Mao-hsiung 陳茂雄 142
110 Hong Kong a warning for Taiwanese Taipei Times Editorial 81
111 Assets issue reveals the ignorance of judges Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 83
112 Justice commission loses no time Taipei Times Editorial 141
113 Restoring ties with the US is not so far-fetched Tzou Jiing-wen 鄒景雯 117
114 PRC navy might be no more than a paper tiger Paul Lin 林保華 78
115 World waking up to Taiwan’s truth Taipei Times Editorial 127
116 Self-respect gains respect Taipei Times Editorial 98
117 Warming ties between Taiwan, US Sumit Kumar 127
118 Taiwan has to assert its sovereignty to the world James Wang王景弘 105
119 White Wolf incident needs firm response Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 100
120 Taiwan, allies must think ahead Gerrit van der Wees 162
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Premier William Lai presides over a ceremony on Friday in Taipei to honor this year’s outstanding civil servants.
Photo: Fang Pin-chao, Taipei Times

The National Development Council yesterday proposed eight major policies to Premier William Lai (賴清德) in a plan outlining how to turn Taiwan into a Chinese-English bilingual country by the year 2030 to embrace global competition.