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61 Taiwan has a rating system in the making Chow Mei-li 周美里 57
62 Taiwan might wake up to red dawn Chen Wen-pin 陳文彬 75
63 Taiwan needs Furies of its own Jerome Keating 46
64 Election commission must not waver Taipei Times Editorial 37
65 No country should want a neighbor like China John Yu 于則章 86
66 Sunflower response to Ko’s ‘one family’ line Chen Tsai-nan 陳財能 52
67 Global naivety on China astounding Taipei Times Editorial 49
68 Self-serving ideologies have become a malaise Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 47
69 Bringing White Terror history to the public Weng Chien-tao 翁建道 48
70 Rights do not include threats Taipei Times Editorial 54
71 DPP could learn from Taiwanese activists Koeh Ian-lim 郭燕霖 50
72 US engagement has failed in China Joseph Bosco 45
73 Soft stance on ID cards is misplaced Taipei Times Editorial 49
74 In space, Taiwan can live forever Richard Fisher Jr 49
75 Playing politics with people’s lives Taipei Times Editorial 74
76 Slow shift in Taiwan’s favor Taipei Times Editorial 96
77 Taiwan needs a ‘third force’ party Chen Yi-chi 陳奕齊 51
78 Sports still under party-state control Taipei Times Editorial 56
79 FAPA’s monumental achievements Lucy Shen 沈仲珊 51
80 A post-war view of Taiwan-US ties HoonTing 雲程 64
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Falun Gong members protest the arrival of Beijing Mayor Guo Jinlong inside the arrivals hall at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport yesterday.
Photo: Chu Pei-hsiung, Taipei Times

Falun Gong practitioners filed a lawsuit against Beijing Mayor Guo Jinlong (郭金龍), who arrived in Taiwan yesterday afternoon, saying he had committed crimes against humanity, including his alleged involvement in the torture and abuse of Falun Gong practitioners and Tibetans.

A group of Falun Gong practitioners in Taiwan, accompanied by attorney Theresa Chu (朱婉琪), filed a lawsuit against Guo yesterday morning with the Taiwan High Prosecutors’ Office, asking it to launch a probe into Guo’s alleged crimes against humanity.