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181 Opportunities and independence Liberty Times Editorial 111
182 A chair forever to be left empty Taipei Times Editorial 129
183 The KMT is blocking more than just policy Gerrit van der Wees 128
184 The sacred and profane in Taiwan Jerome Keating 104
185 HK is a money laundering machine Paul Lin 林保華 176
186 US port calls might unsettle China Taipei Times Editorial 98
187 Achievements threatened by China Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 103
188 A new front in the diplomatic war Taipei Times Editorial 91
189 Ko playing into Beijing’s hands Taipei Times Editorial 107
190 Beijing’s ignorance of convention Taipei Times Editorial 100
191 KMT-CCP strife squeezing Taiwan Lee Min-yung 李敏勇 179
192 Unity is the key to thwarting China Taipei Times 93
193 Ma’s political point scoring Taipei Times Editorial 88
194 Beijing’s definition of ‘Chinese’ is dangerous Paul Lin 林保華 112
195 Advance by letting go of the ROC Liberty Times Editorial 99
196 A lawmaker who keeps his promises Taipei Times Editorial 175
197 Taiwan and China are drifting apart Christian Fan Jiang 范姜提昂 107
198 Politicalization of Chi’s death wrong Taipei Times Editorial 203
199 Taiwan must take control of its fate Taipei Times Editorial 167
200 Aborigines fighting for their land Pasuya Poiconu 163
 
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Newsflash

Dismissing the Ministry of Justice’s statement that former president Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁) will have an exclusive 243 ping (803m2) area in Taichung Prison’s Pei Teh Hospital, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairman Su Tseng-chang (蘇貞昌) yesterday quoted Chen as saying that what he really needs is medical care.

“It means nothing even if the entire Taichung Prison was at my disposal, because what I desperately need is medical care,” Su quoted Chen as saying after visiting the former president.