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41 Name change would foster identity Chu Meng-hsiang 47
42 Yao’s crisis today will be Tsai’s tomorrow Chin Heng-wei 金恒煒 54
43 The ugly side of human nature Chang Hsun-ching 張勳慶 38
44 Kinmen’s risky water business Taipei Times Editorial 40
45 Chinese bullying sparks resistance Taipei Times Editorial 42
46 China setting itself as enemy No. 1 Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 45
47 There is only one name: Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 62
48 Having an ideology is a thing to be proud of James Wang王景弘 55
49 The US is waking to China’s cold war Taipei Times Editorial 38
50 Third parties and Mammon factor Jerome Keating 61
51 Chinese products must be boycotted Taipei Times Editorial 58
52 KMT’s unendearing display Taipei Times Editorial 32
53 Building a nation that is free from fake news Chen Kuan-fu 陳冠甫 40
54 Tsai shows signs of Stockholm syndrome Yen Li-chen 顏利真 83
55 US signals its new approach to China Taipei Times Editorial 70
56 US ready to parry Chinese threat Parris Chang 張旭成 81
57 Trump right to doubt ‘one China’ Joseph Bosco 86
58 Taiwanese unwilling to identify as Chinese Chen Mao-hsiung 陳茂雄 70
59 Hong Kong a warning for Taiwanese Taipei Times Editorial 49
60 Assets issue reveals the ignorance of judges Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 56
 
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Newsflash


Students stand in front of a statue of Chiang Kai-shek at Taipei Municipal Jianguo High School on Monday, holding signs calling for the statue and all others like it to be removed from campuses nationwide.
Photo taken from YouTube

A group of high-school students from across the nation has launched a campaign advocating the removal of statues of Chiang Kai-shek (蔣介石) from all campuses natiownide, announcing their initiative through a video released on Monday.

Taipei Chenggong High School (成功高中) started filming the clip and was later joined by various high schools, including Taipei Municipal Jianguo High School (建國中學), Taipei First Girls’ High School (北一女中), the Affiliated Senior High School of National Taiwan Normal University (師大附中), National Tainan Girls’ Senior High School (台南女中) and St Ignatius High School (徐匯中學).