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141 The Formosa Incident: a look back Gerrit Van Der Wees 122
142 Taiwan the right choice for helping the US Navy Yang Chung-hsin 楊宗新 116
143 Hong Kong: The world is watching Taipei Times Editorial 107
144 Politicians sink to a new low Taipei Times Editorial 110
145 Pro-China parties must be rejected Paul Lin 林保華 105
146 KMT in a panic over ‘spy’ allegations Taipei Times Editorial 124
147 US Army should choose Taiwan Grant Newsham 99
148 Beware tiger, mice can roar Taipei Times Editorial 118
149 HK at the front of a new Cold War Wir fur Hongkong 116
150 Democrats must stand up to China Gray Sergeant 136
151 US port calls benefit Taiwan Taipei Times Editorial 104
152 Reading between the lines Taipei Times Editorial 101
153 Slavery on China’s plantations Taipei Times Editorial 112
154 All languages equally important Taipei Times 98
155 Taiwan’s economy on the upswing Taipei Times Editorial 117
156 US and Australia too late on Pacific Bill Sharp 105
157 Czechs turn PRC game against it Joseph Bosco 112
158 Beijing’s latest bid to lure voters Taipei Times Editorial 103
159 Ko casts stones from glass house Chamberlain Lee 李柏翰 106
160 Tsai controls the defense narrative David Brown 107
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Former president Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁) will now be identified by his personal identification number, 1020, as he began serving his prison sentence at Taipei Prison on Thursday after being convicted on corruption charges.

Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Chen Ting-fei (陳亭妃) visited Chen Shui-bian yesterday morning and said she was shocked when to see the former president with his head shaved in accordance with prison regulations for inmates.