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121 Bringing White Terror history to the public Weng Chien-tao 翁建道 79
122 Rights do not include threats Taipei Times Editorial 90
123 DPP could learn from Taiwanese activists Koeh Ian-lim 郭燕霖 87
124 US engagement has failed in China Joseph Bosco 82
125 Soft stance on ID cards is misplaced Taipei Times Editorial 83
126 In space, Taiwan can live forever Richard Fisher Jr 96
127 Playing politics with people’s lives Taipei Times Editorial 163
128 Slow shift in Taiwan’s favor Taipei Times Editorial 178
129 Taiwan needs a ‘third force’ party Chen Yi-chi 陳奕齊 87
130 Sports still under party-state control Taipei Times Editorial 106
131 FAPA’s monumental achievements Lucy Shen 沈仲珊 92
132 A post-war view of Taiwan-US ties HoonTing 雲程 105
133 Japan firms join the US’ trade war with China Lin Shiou-jeng 林修正 83
134 Taiwan is not a Han Chinese society Sim Kiantek 沈建德 93
135 Taiwan could gain from ally’s betrayal James Wang 王景弘 81
136 Joint force makes bullies quake Taipei Times Editorial 83
137 PTS Hoklo channel’s fate still uncertain Koeh Ian-lim 郭燕霖 98
138 Taiwan must act on US goodwill Parris Chang 張旭成 182
139 Taiwanese must band together to face China Paul Lin 林保華 179
140 Time to fight sugar-coated poison pills from China Lam Sei-lin 林四連 105
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Li Kexin, minister at the Chinese embassy in the US, speaks at an embassy event in Washington yesterday.
Photo: Nadia Tsao, Taipei Times

The day US Navy vessels arrive in Kaohsiung would be the day the Chinese People’s Liberation Army “unifies” Taiwan by force, said Li Kexin (李克新), minister at the Chinese embassy in the US.