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121 What comes next for angry Tsai? Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 74
122 Taiwan’s past haunting textbooks Taipei Times Editorial 88
123 Tsai must fulfill her historic duty Chin Heng-wei 金恒煒 187
124 MOFA should speak for Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 93
125 Public must follow world affairs Chiang Kuan-yu 姜冠宇 95
126 KMT honors Beijing, but not Chiang Ching-kuo James Wang 王景弘 128
127 Chinese identity was short-lived Sebo Koh 許世模 140
128 Trump sees Taiwan as reliable ally Parris Chang 張旭成 104
129 Confronting Chinese aggression Taipei Times Editorial 101
130 Beijing unease calls for boldness Taipei Times Editorial 97
131 The world knows of Taiwan, not the ROC Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 76
132 It is about time for Taiwan to ‘deROCize’ Sebo Koh 許世模 87
133 It is time to rid Taiwan of the ROC Taipei Times Editorial 185
134 Diplomatic policy needs explaining Taipei Times Editorial 150
135 Rethinking cross-strait strategies Jack Broome 93
136 Tsai must abandon her overcautious mindset Lau Yi-te 劉一德 81
137 Series’ cancelation highly suspect Hu Wen-hui 胡文輝 118
138 Series’ cancelation highly suspect Hu Wen-hui 胡文輝 124
139 Trump’s risky Taiwan policy Joseph Bosco 122
140 Beijing puts George Orwell to shame Taipei Times Editorial 117
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Two US companies that sell Internet addresses to Web sites said on Wednesday they had stopped registering new domain names in China because the Chinese government has begun demanding pictures and other identification documents from their customers.

One of the domain name companies, Go Daddy Inc, announced its change in policy at a congressional hearing that was largely devoted to Google Inc’s announcement on Monday that it will no longer censor Internet search results in China.