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81 Taiwan already enjoys independence Jerome Keating 54
82 ‘ROC independence’ not realistic Liberty Times Editorial 51
83 Chinese threat is not military action Taipei Times Editorial 48
84 Referendum could make nation more credible Chin Heng-wei 金恒煒 47
85 Cheer for team Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 60
86 Live your dreams, but do no evil Taipei Times Editorial 64
87 China still hoodwinking the West Paul Lin 林保華 65
88 July 15’s significance for Taiwanese Jerome Keating 48
89 Taiwanese can stand proud, shake off China Lee Min-yung 李敏勇 63
90 Pooh-poohing ban on Pooh Bear Taipei Times Editorial 73
91 Democracy is Taiwan’s best defense from China Lau Yi-te 劉一德 50
92 The importance of judicial empathy Huang Di-ying 黃帝穎 56
93 Opportunities and independence Liberty Times Editorial 73
94 A chair forever to be left empty Taipei Times Editorial 76
95 The KMT is blocking more than just policy Gerrit van der Wees 76
96 The sacred and profane in Taiwan Jerome Keating 68
97 HK is a money laundering machine Paul Lin 林保華 107
98 US port calls might unsettle China Taipei Times Editorial 72
99 Achievements threatened by China Huang Tien-lin 黃天麟 72
100 A new front in the diplomatic war Taipei Times Editorial 64
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China’s top leaders say Tibet’s development must include Tibetan areas in neighboring provinces — a move likely aimed at tying the region tighter to the rest of the country after deadly riots two years ago.

Chinese President Hu Jintao (胡錦濤) told the first high-level meeting on Tibet in nine years that the development would require hard work to prevent “penetration and sabotage” by separatists working for Tibet’s independence, Xinhua news agency reported late on Friday.