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41 Beijing unease calls for boldness Taipei Times Editorial 33
42 The world knows of Taiwan, not the ROC Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 37
43 It is about time for Taiwan to ‘deROCize’ Sebo Koh 許世模 38
44 It is time to rid Taiwan of the ROC Taipei Times Editorial 55
45 Diplomatic policy needs explaining Taipei Times Editorial 42
46 Rethinking cross-strait strategies Jack Broome 47
47 Tsai must abandon her overcautious mindset Lau Yi-te 劉一德 42
48 Series’ cancelation highly suspect Hu Wen-hui 胡文輝 37
49 Series’ cancelation highly suspect Hu Wen-hui 胡文輝 41
50 Trump’s risky Taiwan policy Joseph Bosco 39
51 Beijing puts George Orwell to shame Taipei Times Editorial 37
52 China targeting young Taiwanese Taipei Times Editorial 37
53 Industry secrets are tools of war Liberty Times Editorial 48
54 Advocates of independence facing tough challenges Lau Yi-te 劉一德 38
55 Chinese ICT products should be discouraged Paul Lin 林保華 43
56 KMT’s rally at NTU a sign of its callousness Michael Lin 林子堯 45
57 ‘Fifth column’ demands broad laws Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 45
58 Airline threats will not work Taipei Times Editorial 53
59 Civil society can assist Taiwan with challenges Michael Danielsen 68
60 Checkbook diplomacy is a dead end Taipei Times Editorial 60
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Chinese writer Yuan Hongbing speaks at a forum hosted by Beanstalk, a group founded by former Presidential Office secretary-general Chen Shih-meng yesterday.
Photo: Li Hsin-fang, Taipei Times

A Chinese dissident yesterday warned the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) over a planned shift in position on its China policy and said former premier Frank Hsieh (謝長廷) would lead the party down a path of “political suicide” in his similar attempts to shift plans.

“Beijing has two grand strategies for its absorption of Taiwan. First, economic integration goes before political integration. Second, making the Chinese Nationalist Party [KMT] another Chinese Communist Party [CCP] and the DPP another KMT,” Yuan Hongbing (袁紅冰) told a forum hosted by Beanstalk, a group founded by former secretary-general of the Presidential Office Chen Shih-meng (陳師孟).