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161 Dance tour a ‘united front’ tactic Taipei Times Editorial 111
162 Taiwan-Japan ties still blooming Wang Hui-sheng 王輝生 103
163 Alleged HK killer now a CCP tool Jackie Lim 林鴻達 115
164 Pro-independence rally seeks ROC’s end Taipei Times 132
165 Beijing’s sharp power is blunted Liberty Times Editorial 110
166 Cost of doing business with China Chen Chi-yuan 陳紀元 118
167 KMT must show loyalty to Taiwan Liberty Times Editorial 131
168 Beijing’s inept ‘Greater China’ strategy Taipei Times Editorial 143
169 Victims paid for freedoms Ko enjoys Shih Ming-hsiung 157
170 Lam’s HK strategy unlikely to be effective Gray Sergeant 165
171 What price conscience? Taipei Times Editorial 153
172 KMT must open up its archives Taipei Times Editorial 137
173 HK, Taiwan stand up as allies in US Yang Kuang-shun 楊光舜 156
174 Hong Kong might be the breach in the wall Mike Chang 張昭仁 156
175 Ma’s mango strip talk appalling Taipei Times Editorial 147
176 US should confirm the AIT director Mike Kuo 郭正光 154
177 KMT back to its old tricks Taipei Times Editorial 152
178 Taiwanese should know their history Taipei Times Editorial 130
179 The Siraya’s call for recognition Tabatha Keton 117
180 No room for prejudice, ignorance Pasu’epoiconx 121
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Supporters of the Youth Alliance Against Media Monsters clash with riot police outside the Executive Yuan in Taipei yesterday as they demand to meet Premier Sean Chen over the planned Next Media Group takeover.
Photo: Wang Min-wei, Taipei Times

Students, academics, civic group representatives and opponents of the planned sale of Next Media Group’s (壹傳媒集團) four Taiwanese outlets to a consortium yesterday vowed to keep fighting for the nation’s freedom of speech and media diversity as the controversial deal was set to be inked in Macau.

About 100 university students from the Youth Alliance Against Media Monsters ended their overnight protest in front of the Executive Yuan in Taipei shortly after noon after clashing with police twice as the students tried to enter the building.