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Youth given spotlight in 228 march

Members of more than 60 civic groups march in the rain in Taipei yesterday to mark the 72nd anniversary of the 228 Incident.
Photo: George Tsorng, Taipei Times

Cold weather and steady rain did not deter hundreds of people from more than 60 civic groups who marched in downtown Taipei yesterday to commemorate the 72nd anniversary of the 228 Incident.


Eighty percent mistrust judges’ impartiality

A pie chart showing the results of a poll conducted by the National Chung Cheng University Crime Research Center shows that more than 80 percent of Taiwanese are dissatisfied or very dissatisfied with judicial reform.
Photo: Liu Ching-hou, Taipei Times

Nearly 80 percent of respondents to a poll expressed doubt about the impartiality of judges, while a larger number said they were dissatisfied with judicial reform efforts, a poll released on Friday by National Chung Cheng University’s Crime Research Center showed.


Universities are risking integrity

The question of how far Taiwanese universities are willing to go to ensure access to Chinese students was raised again this week after the Ministry of Education criticized the handling of complaints from some Chinese students and their parents about two schools.

At issue was the way the University Entrance Committee for Mainland Chinese Students had passed along a complaint from China’s Taiwan Affairs Office (TAO) and the way Fu Jen Catholic University and National Cheng Kung University, the subjects of the complaint, responded.


Hong Kong mulling Taiwan redefinition in extradition law

New Power Party (NPP) Secretary-General Chen Hui-min, left, is accompanied by NPP Legislator Hsu Yung-ming, center, and Mainland Affairs Council official Huang Ting-hui, right, at a news conference at the Legislative Yuan in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Chien Jung-fong, Taipei Times

Hong Kong Legislative Council members are considering amending the territory’s extradition laws to define Taiwan as part of China, the New Power Party (NPP) said yesterday.


Fines increased for pork products from Vietnam

A passenger arriving at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport on VietJet Air Flight VJ-942 from Hanoi on Friday last week watches as customs officers inspect his luggage.
Photo: Chu Pei-hsiung, Taipei Times

Vietnam has been added to the list of countries at high risk of having African swine fever-contaminated pork, so the fines for people found bringing pork products from Vietnam into Taiwan have been raised, the Council of Agriculture said on Tuesday.


Deal risking sovereignty unacceptable, Tsai says

President Tsai Ing-wen talks to reporters at the Presidential Office Building in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Peter Lo, Taipei Times

President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) yesterday said that Taiwanese would not accept any political agreement that undermines the nation’s sovereignty or democracy, amid controversy over the Chinese Nationalist Party’s (KMT) plan to ink a cross-strait peace treaty with Beijing if it returns to power next year.

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The Taiwan Braintrust yesterday displays a graph at a news conference in Taipei.
Photo: Liao Chen-huei, Taipei Times

A poll conducted by the Taiwan Braintrust shows that nearly 90 percent of the population would identify themselves as “Taiwanese” rather than “Chinese” if they were to choose between the two — and the percentage is even higher among those aged from 20 to 40.