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141 Hong Kong’s freedoms leaking away Taipei Times Editorial 80
142 Issue of choosing a flag for Taiwan Chen Fang-ming 陳芳明 94
143 Nation’s name manifests sovereignty Taipei Times Editorial 81
144 More independence word games Taipei Times Editorial 127
145 Personal opinion and party lines Taipei Times Editorial 157
146 Pardon for Chen, peace for Taiwan Hsu Wun-pin 許文彬 95
147 On guard against ‘united front’ Taipei Times Editorial 99
148 The historical narrative comes first Taipei Times Editorial 77
149 CCP, KMT colluding to impede Taiwan Paul Lin 林保華 89
150 ‘White Wolf’ as post-truth news Taipei Times Editorial 142
151 Taiwanese must find the best way to transition Chen Yi-shen 陳儀深 77
152 The actions of a rogue nation must be stopped Paul Lin 林保華 67
153 The quiet change of Japan’s policy Masahiro Matsumura 144
154 Shedding skins show true colors of diehards James Wang 王景弘 95
155 Taiwan must be tougher with China Taipei Times Editorial 100
156 Localization of education Taipei Times Editorial 136
157 Flag affair shows Ko’s ideals have been ditched LIOU JE-WEI 劉哲瑋 94
158 The missed power of a name Taipei Times Editorial 103
159 Nation’s name historically justified Taipei Times Editorial 99
160 China and India face challenging times ahead Joseph Tse-hei Lee 李榭熙 110
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Kazuya Shimizu yesterday hugs Mika Tanaka, the lady who helped him locate his place of birth in Hualien County.
Photo: Yang Yi-chung, Taipei Times

Born in Taiwan, but forced to leave his home after Japan lost World War II, Kazuya Shimizu yesterday finally realized his dream of revisiting the site of the village in Hualien County where he was born.

The 70-year-old Shimizu is a wansei, the Japanese term used to describe someone born or who grew up in Taiwan and is a descendant of Japanese immigrants who had come to Taiwan during the Japanese occupation from 1895 to 1945.