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1 China’s ideological and institutional inferiority Miles Yu 11
2 War recalls Taiwan’s tangled past Jerome Keating 11
3 Sitting back as Ukraine burns is immoral Chang Kuo-tsai 張國財 14
4 China targeting younger Tibetans Dolma Tsering 15
5 Democracy’s evolution in Taiwan The Liberty Times Editorial 16
6 Let health minister finish the job Tommy Lin 林逸民 17
7 Beware of the ‘fifth column’ Taipei Times Editorial 17
8 Celebrating the Polish constitution Cyryl Kozaczewski 24
9 Memorial hall perfect home for legislature Lee Hsiao-feng 李筱峰 18
10 Slovenia, Taiwan share similar pasts Taipei Times Editorial 22
11 More Ukraine Lessons For China And Taiwan Richard D. Fisher, Jr. 22
12 CCP manipulation of ancient texts Kung Hsien-tai 孔憲臺 20
13 Navy needs updated minesweepers Chang Feng-lin 張豐麟 28
14 Taiwan, Poland ties face challenges Marcin Jerzewski 葉皓勤 25
15 Peng Ming-min and Taiwanese consciousness The Liberty Times Editorial 18
16 Being a Chiang is not enough Taipei Times Editorial 27
17 NTU must restore the reputation of Peng Michael Lin 林子堯 25
18 Democracies and authoritarians Huynh Tam Sang and Pham Do An 24
19 Peng Ming-min was a true pioneer Gerrit and Mei-chin van der Wees 30
20 Pro-China forces: Note Lam’s fate Paul Lei 雷顯威 34
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A group of activists protest outside the American Institute in Taiwan in Taipei yesterday against what they see as Washington forcing Taipei to open its doors to the importation of US beef containing the leanness-enhancing drug ractopamine.
Photo: Chen Ping-hung, Taipei Times

A group of activists demonstrated at the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) yesterday to protest what they called Washington’s high-handed attitude in forcing Taiwan to open its doors to US beef containing residues of the leanness-enhancing drug ractopamine.

The protest was organized by several civic groups, including the National Alliance for Food Safety and Citizen Congress Watch.