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1641 Is bad news not so bad in China? Taipei Times 390
1642 ECFA spells doom for local service businesses Lin Kien-tsu 林健次 433
1643 Is China as stable as it says it is? Sushil Seth 502
1644 Enough talking — let’s see results Taipei Times 361
1645 It’s time for electoral retribution The Liberty Times Editorial 349
1646 Exit Saito, enter uncertainty Taipei Times 335
1647 Lies, obfuscation and hypocrites Taipei Times 361
1648 Is the US marginalizing Taiwan? Emerson Chang 張子揚 412
1649 A recovery with concerns attached Taipei Times 328
1650 Thoughts on a perfect American ambassador John Tkacik 譚慎格 424
1651 An ‘Apple’ a day? Not for Mayor Hau Taipei Times 632
1652 The beef is really with Ma, not Washington Jerome Keating 461
1653 Send irrelevant lawmakers home Ku Chung-Hwa 顧忠華 717
1654 Trying to hide discontent Taipei Times 387
1655 Obama in chains Jeffrey D. Sachs 430
1656 Police impartiality in question Taipei Times 373
1657 A warning ahead of negotiations Taipei Times 440
1658 Ma’s ‘pragmatism’ is a sham Taipei Times 438
1659 Negotiating Taiwan’s sovereignty The Liberty Times Editorial 549
1660 Nan Shan deal: Too much at stake Taipei Times 773
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Tibetan self-immolator Phagmo Dhondup in an undated photo.

DHARAMSHALA, May 9: More than two months after Tibetan self-immolator Phagmo Dhondup set himself on fire, details of a conversation he had with a friend before he set himself on fire, has come out.

According to Kunsang Rinzin, a Tibetan living in south India, Phagmo Dhondup went to a restaurant with a friend before his self-immolation protest and left a message for Tibet’s independence and freedom.