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181 Violent protesters must be punished Taipei Times Editorial 94
182 China loses if it cuts ‘three links’ Lin Shiou-jeng 林修正 127
183 Chinese provocations hide its fear Paul Lin 林保華 106
184 Choosing the policeman or gangster James Wang 王景弘 89
185 Cultural relativism morally corrupt Herbert Hanreich 94
186 Caution advised for year ahead Taipei Times Editorial 128
187 Trump is a realization of China’s worst fears James Wang 王景弘 113
188 Embracing Taiwan’s bargaining chip role Zhang Ming-yo 張銘祐 134
189 Trump has big chance to stabilize Asia-Pacific William Liu 劉仲敬 94
190 Transitional justice must be taught Taipei Times Editorial 119
191 ‘One China’ destined for the dustbin of history James Wang 王景弘 105
192 It is the time to ‘Light Up Taiwan’ Taipei Times Editorial 85
193 Taiwanese must show self-respect Jerome Keating 122
194 See Taiwan as a normal nation; that is its future Michael Danielsen 135
195 PLA aircraft probing for weakness Taipei Times Editorial 177
196 Trump can lend a hand as Taiwan pivots east Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 124
197 A timely calling of China’s bluff Jerome Keating 134
198 Donald Trump sets a precedent Taipei Times Editorial 140
199 Money-laundering bill has no teeth Carol Lin 林志潔 168
200 Trump is right, if for wrong reason William R. Stimson 130
 
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Newsflash


Former president Lee Teng-hui, right, talks to reporters in Taipei yesterday while attending an event to mark the Presbyterian Church’s 150th anniversary in Taiwan.
Photo: Chen Chih-chu, Taipei Times

Former president Lee Teng-hui (李登輝) yesterday urged President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) to resign, calling him incapable, disconnected with the public and too conservative.

“Ma is incapable and shameless. He should step down as president,” Lee told reporters while attending the Presbyterian Church’s celebration of its 150th anniversary in Taiwan.