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161 Taiwanese unwilling to identify as Chinese Chen Mao-hsiung 陳茂雄 248
162 Hong Kong a warning for Taiwanese Taipei Times Editorial 133
163 Assets issue reveals the ignorance of judges Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 131
164 Justice commission loses no time Taipei Times Editorial 213
165 Restoring ties with the US is not so far-fetched Tzou Jiing-wen 鄒景雯 208
166 PRC navy might be no more than a paper tiger Paul Lin 林保華 123
167 World waking up to Taiwan’s truth Taipei Times Editorial 213
168 Self-respect gains respect Taipei Times Editorial 169
169 Warming ties between Taiwan, US Sumit Kumar 203
170 Taiwan has to assert its sovereignty to the world James Wang王景弘 164
171 White Wolf incident needs firm response Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 166
172 Taiwan, allies must think ahead Gerrit van der Wees 253
173 What comes next for angry Tsai? Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 104
174 Taiwan’s past haunting textbooks Taipei Times Editorial 126
175 Tsai must fulfill her historic duty Chin Heng-wei 金恒煒 287
176 MOFA should speak for Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 136
177 Public must follow world affairs Chiang Kuan-yu 姜冠宇 139
178 KMT honors Beijing, but not Chiang Ching-kuo James Wang 王景弘 214
179 Chinese identity was short-lived Sebo Koh 許世模 230
180 Trump sees Taiwan as reliable ally Parris Chang 張旭成 148
 
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Newsflash

Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Mark Chen, front left, and supporters of various civic groups petition the Ministry of Justice in Taipei yesterday to permit jailed former president Chen Shui-bian to receive medical treatment outside prison.
Photo: Fang Pin-chao, Taipei Times

Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) lawmakers yesterday called for a release for medical treatment or a prison transfer for former president Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁), who has been suffering health problems during his incarceration.

Chen, who is serving a 17-and-a-half-year sentence for corruption, was granted a seven-day release from Taipei Prison between March 6 and Tuesday last week for a medical checkup. He was found to be suffering from acute coronary syndrome and underwent a cardiac catheterization.