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141 Politicalization of Chi’s death wrong Taipei Times Editorial 155
142 Taiwan must take control of its fate Taipei Times Editorial 122
143 Aborigines fighting for their land Pasuya Poiconu 130
144 Privacy versus judicial transparency Nigel Li 李念祖 122
145 Taiwan, linear history and Earth Jerome Keating 140
146 US’ Paris exit holds benefits for Taiwan Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 150
147 Prosecutor-general’s curious U-turn Wu Ching-chin 吳景欽 103
148 Self-interest disguised as justice Taipei Times Editorial 97
149 Tsai, DPP need to raise their game Jerome Keating 100
150 Decisions on medical paroles not for jailors Wu Ching-chin 吳景欽 97
151 Title change is a shift in relationship with Japan James Wang 王景弘 142
152 China trying to divide the nation Chen Fang-ming 陳芳明 122
153 Time to do away with ‘Year of the Republic’ Hugo Tseng 曾泰元 104
154 Chinese ethnicity and Taiwan expats Taipei Times Editorial 111
155 A KMT show for the people Taipei Times Editorial 159
156 Stepping up to the stage Taipei Times Editorial 95
157 The KMT’s failing relevancy Taipei Times Editorial 116
158 Referendum rights and the pressure from China Peter Wang 王獻極 133
159 WHO usurped by China Taipei Times Editorial 139
160 Government too reliant on disloyal civil service Chen Mao-hsiung 陳茂雄 154
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Leaders of student groups and other activists hold a press conference at the Legislative Yuan in Taipei yesterday to announce plans for an event outside the legislature compound tomorrow evening to mark the one-year anniversary of the signing of the cross-strait service trade agreement.
Photo: Chu Pei-hsiung, Taipei Times

Several student groups are planning to mark the one-year anniversary of the signing of the cross-strait service trade agreement with an event aimed at warning the government against another attempt to push through controversial bills during the Legislative Yuan’s current extra session.

The service trade agreement was signed in Shanghai on June 21 last year.

The deal had sparked strong objections even before the pact was signed and eventually led to a three-week occupation of the legislature’s main chamber earlier this year after the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) tried to rush the pact through the review process.