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142 Standing up to China the bully Taipei Times Editorial 114
143 Referendums must be more practical Taipei Times Editorial 112
144 Name change would foster identity Chu Meng-hsiang 151
145 Yao’s crisis today will be Tsai’s tomorrow Chin Heng-wei 金恒煒 194
146 The ugly side of human nature Chang Hsun-ching 張勳慶 100
147 Kinmen’s risky water business Taipei Times Editorial 95
148 Chinese bullying sparks resistance Taipei Times Editorial 107
149 China setting itself as enemy No. 1 Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 173
150 There is only one name: Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 212
151 Having an ideology is a thing to be proud of James Wang王景弘 166
152 The US is waking to China’s cold war Taipei Times Editorial 179
153 Third parties and Mammon factor Jerome Keating 198
154 Chinese products must be boycotted Taipei Times Editorial 190
155 KMT’s unendearing display Taipei Times Editorial 181
156 Building a nation that is free from fake news Chen Kuan-fu 陳冠甫 182
157 Tsai shows signs of Stockholm syndrome Yen Li-chen 顏利真 272
158 US signals its new approach to China Taipei Times Editorial 226
159 US ready to parry Chinese threat Parris Chang 張旭成 208
160 Trump right to doubt ‘one China’ Joseph Bosco 223
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Questions as to whether President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) was misquoted during an interview with foreign media are once again the subject of discussion, adding to a long string of back-and-forth mix-ups.

The Government Information Office (GIO) on Saturday asked a Japanese daily to run a correction on comments about cross-strait relations that were attributed to the president during an interview published last week.

A report by the Yomiuri Shimbun which said that Ma had accepted the “one China” principle was “inconsistent with the facts,” the GIO said, referring to the interview transcript that has since been posted on the Presidential Office Web site.