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141 Squeaky clean Ma likes to roll in the mud Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 95
142 Ching Fu case chance to clean up politics Li Kuan-long 李坤隆 162
143 More relevant topics needed in class Taipei Times Editorial 109
144 Taiwan’s status can’t be changed unilaterally Taipei Times 101
145 Getting brand ‘Taiwan’ on the map Taipei Times Editorial 151
146 US close to decision on N Korea John Bolton 88
147 Trump’s strategy benefiting China Sushil Seth 102
148 Tsai should deliver on her pledges Taipei Times Editorial 106
149 A 30-year tragedy of exchanges Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 147
150 Prolonging Chi Po-lin’s effect Taipei Times Editorial 110
151 Risks of having a Beijing city office Lin Shiou-jeng 林修正 94
152 Regular people bring hope Taipei Times Editorial 107
153 Democracy and freedom set Taiwan, China apart Peng Ming-min 彭明敏 96
154 The ‘great Chinese market’ myth Taipei Times Editorial 123
155 Recall election a test of values Taipei Times Editorial 110
156 Great Father Xi and feudal thinking Paul Lin 林保華 99
157 Ruling raises questions of motive Ling Po-chih 凌博志 108
158 A different political era Taipei Times Editorial 114
159 Japan’s surrendering of Taiwan Sim Kiantek 沈建德 121
160 Anthem ‘national’ in name only Lee Hsiao-feng 李筱峰 120
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The number of people who refer to themselves as “Taiwanese,” as well as those who support Taiwanese independence, have hit historic highs, according to a survey by National Chengchi University.

The university’s Election Study Center poll showed that 60.6 percent of respondents regard themselves as Taiwanese, while 23.9 percent support Taiwanese independence.