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21 China demonstrates its ruthlessness Chen Fang-ming 陳芳明 33
22 The world is a victim of China’s trade policy Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 32
23 KMT’s contributions to the CCP Lee Hsiao-feng 李筱峰 28
24 Lee Ming-che: The long fight Taipei Times 32
25 Squeaky clean Ma likes to roll in the mud Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 30
26 Ching Fu case chance to clean up politics Li Kuan-long 李坤隆 41
27 More relevant topics needed in class Taipei Times Editorial 36
28 Taiwan’s status can’t be changed unilaterally Taipei Times 35
29 Getting brand ‘Taiwan’ on the map Taipei Times Editorial 39
30 US close to decision on N Korea John Bolton 32
31 Trump’s strategy benefiting China Sushil Seth 35
32 Tsai should deliver on her pledges Taipei Times Editorial 36
33 A 30-year tragedy of exchanges Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 36
34 Prolonging Chi Po-lin’s effect Taipei Times Editorial 32
35 Risks of having a Beijing city office Lin Shiou-jeng 林修正 31
36 Regular people bring hope Taipei Times Editorial 44
37 Democracy and freedom set Taiwan, China apart Peng Ming-min 彭明敏 42
38 The ‘great Chinese market’ myth Taipei Times Editorial 45
39 Recall election a test of values Taipei Times Editorial 40
40 Great Father Xi and feudal thinking Paul Lin 林保華 43
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Wu Den-yih’s (吳敦義) appointment as premier was not as popular as that of vice premier-designate Eric Chu (朱立倫), polls showed yesterday.

A survey conducted by the TVBS Poll Center on Monday night found that 61 percent of respondents said Chu, Taoyuan County commissioner and Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) vice chairman, was suitable for his new job, while 12 percent said he was unsuitable and 27 percent did not give an opinion.