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21 US engagement has failed in China Joseph Bosco 21
22 Soft stance on ID cards is misplaced Taipei Times Editorial 20
23 In space, Taiwan can live forever Richard Fisher Jr 22
24 Playing politics with people’s lives Taipei Times Editorial 21
25 Slow shift in Taiwan’s favor Taipei Times Editorial 39
26 Taiwan needs a ‘third force’ party Chen Yi-chi 陳奕齊 22
27 Sports still under party-state control Taipei Times Editorial 21
28 FAPA’s monumental achievements Lucy Shen 沈仲珊 25
29 A post-war view of Taiwan-US ties HoonTing 雲程 26
30 Japan firms join the US’ trade war with China Lin Shiou-jeng 林修正 22
31 Taiwan is not a Han Chinese society Sim Kiantek 沈建德 22
32 Taiwan could gain from ally’s betrayal James Wang 王景弘 25
33 Joint force makes bullies quake Taipei Times Editorial 24
34 PTS Hoklo channel’s fate still uncertain Koeh Ian-lim 郭燕霖 23
35 Taiwan must act on US goodwill Parris Chang 張旭成 59
36 Taiwanese must band together to face China Paul Lin 林保華 34
37 Time to fight sugar-coated poison pills from China Lam Sei-lin 林四連 29
38 China’s growing economic clout Sam Sky Wild 34
39 Standing up to China the bully Taipei Times Editorial 38
40 Referendums must be more practical Taipei Times Editorial 43
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Ngawang Norphel and Tenzin Khedup raise Tibetan national flags as flames rise from their bodies. Zatoe, Keygudo June 20, 2012.

DHARAMSHALA, June 20: In reports coming out of Tibet, two young Tibetans set themselves on fire today in Zatoe town of Keygudo, Kham, eastern Tibet calling for Tibet’s independence and long life of His Holiness the Dalai Lama.

Ngawang Norphel, 22 and Tenzin Khedup, 24, set themselves ablaze at about 3.30 pm (local time).