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1 Taiwan in the Space Age Leo Wang 1528
2 $100,000 per Barrel Oil, Part II Leo Wang 1552
3 $100,000 per Barrel Oil Leo Wang 1485
4 When USSR Disintegration Meets Japan's Lost Decade Leo Wang 1579
5 Goddess of Spring and Love Uyongu Yatauyungana, Translated by Leo Wang 1987
6 Sell Your Taiwanese Stocks! Leo Wang 1681
7 A-Bian and Taiwanese Divinities’ Pact through Life and Death Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 2700
8 Please Come under the Sunlight Leo Wang 2149
9 Making Statements, Making Histories Leo Wang 1846
10 The Danger of Paxism Leo Wang 2104


Although Taiwan and China have both been left out of the world’s largest naval exercise hosted by the US, the reasons for their exclusion are very different, a Ministry of Foreign Affairs spokesperson said yesterday.

The biennial Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) maritime military exercises under way in Hawaii are the largest since their inception in 1971, with 22 countries, from Japan to Tonga and from Russia to Chile, participating in a five-week series of drills.