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161 Unleash the power of referendums Liberty Times Editorial 144
162 Capital and Taiwanese democracy Jerome Keating 94
163 When will Tsai start governing? Peng Ming-min 彭明敏 162
164 The shame of overpaid pensions Taipei Times Editorial 88
165 Protesters have no ground to stand on Chi Chun-chieh 紀駿傑 145
166 Press freedom must be maintained Taipei Times Editorial 103
167 Anti-reform protesters a far cry from Sunflowers Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 109
168 Has Trump become soft on China? Sushil Seth 110
169 Hatta, Chiang statues not connected Taipei Times Editorial 97
170 Justice for Aborigines no priority Salone Ishahavut and Mayaw Biho 126
171 All Taiwanese are Lee Ming-che Chen Fang-ming 陳芳明 214
172 Reopen the KMT illegal party asset sales probe Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 193
173 Buying the right weapons Taipei Times Editorial 118
174 KMT still whitewashing history Taipei Times Editorial 167
175 Trump-Xi meeting needs attention Taipei Times Editorial 141
176 ‘One China’ a disservice to Taiwan Gerrit van der Wees 144
177 Who is Lee Ming-che? Taipei Times Editorial 271
178 Control Yuan’s dubious arguments Taipei Times Editorial 141
179 Hong Kong’s ‘bird-cage democracy’ Joseph Tse-hei Lee 李榭熙 142
180 Films and TV must tell Taiwanese war stories Chen Ping-hsun 陳秉訓 157
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National Tsing Hua University student Chen Wei-ting holds a placard calling for freedom of speech in front of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Chen Ping-hung, Taipei Times

Despite repeated threats that he would file a lawsuit against National Tsing Hua University student Chen Wei-ting (陳為廷) over an image posted on Facebook, China Times Weekly deputy editor-in-chief Lin Chao-hsin (林朝鑫) had yet to act on his threat yesterday, while Chen said he was ready to defend freedom of speech on the Internet.

“Instead of finding out the truth about the ‘walking fee incident,’ Want Want China Times Media Group chose to [threaten to] file a lawsuit against a college student for posting an image on Facebook,” Chen told a news conference in Taipei yesterday morning. “The lawsuit is not only against me, it’s against all netizens, and Taiwanese civil society.”