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21 Hong Kong a warning for Taiwanese Taipei Times Editorial 24
22 Assets issue reveals the ignorance of judges Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 28
23 Justice commission loses no time Taipei Times Editorial 27
24 Restoring ties with the US is not so far-fetched Tzou Jiing-wen 鄒景雯 27
25 PRC navy might be no more than a paper tiger Paul Lin 林保華 27
26 World waking up to Taiwan’s truth Taipei Times Editorial 28
27 Self-respect gains respect Taipei Times Editorial 25
28 Warming ties between Taiwan, US Sumit Kumar 27
29 Taiwan has to assert its sovereignty to the world James Wang王景弘 27
30 White Wolf incident needs firm response Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 26
31 Taiwan, allies must think ahead Gerrit van der Wees 27
32 What comes next for angry Tsai? Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 30
33 Taiwan’s past haunting textbooks Taipei Times Editorial 39
34 Tsai must fulfill her historic duty Chin Heng-wei 金恒煒 43
35 MOFA should speak for Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 43
36 Public must follow world affairs Chiang Kuan-yu 姜冠宇 43
37 KMT honors Beijing, but not Chiang Ching-kuo James Wang 王景弘 47
38 Chinese identity was short-lived Sebo Koh 許世模 48
39 Trump sees Taiwan as reliable ally Parris Chang 張旭成 48
40 Confronting Chinese aggression Taipei Times Editorial 39
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China yesterday launched a new warning to other countries not to interfere in its affairs in Tibet and Taiwan.

Washington irked Beijing in January when it approved the sale of a US$6.4 billion package of arms to Taiwan, and then again a month later when US President Barack Obama met the Dalai Lama at the White House.