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181 Getting other allies off the bench Taipei Times Editorial 124
182 Tech transfer key to US arms deal Michael Tsai 蔡明憲 92
183 Remember those who fought for Taiwan Ho Lai-mei 106
184 Taiwan urgently needs refugee law Clarence Chou and Chiu Ee-ling 102
185 Moment of truth for HK and China Joseph Bosco 122
186 Awareness of a common tormentor Taipei Times Editorial 123
187 Ko treating voters with contempt Taipei Times Editorial 127
188 Allies are critical to stability Taipei Times Editorial 123
189 Is China testing how far it can go? Palden Sonam 123
190 Hong Kong police are out of control Taipei Times Editorial 128
191 HK, Taiwan and the 21st century Jerome Keating 111
192 Tracking claim a disservice to Han Taipei Times Editorial 119
193 Old ideas from the New Party Taipei Times Editorial 97
194 Speaking Hoklo not the new smoking Taipei Times Editorial 110
195 Taiwan has other options than UN Ben Goren 121
196 Taiwanese confidence, values key to tourism Lin Cheng-you 林琤祐 106
197 Making Taiwanese count in the US Taipei Times Editorial 133
198 HK protest tactics may be needed in Taiwan Paul Lin 林保華 139
199 With China, let Trump be Reagan Joseph Bosco 147
200 Taiwan is drowning in a flood of falsehoods Janet Hung 洪湘斐 123
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Demonstrators dressed in Taoist costumes march yesterday during a protest against nuclear power in Taipei.
Photo: Edward Lau / Reuters

Thousands of anti-nuclear protesters shouted “I am Taiwanese, I am against nuclear power” yesterday as they marched through downtown Taipei to call for an end to nuclear power in Taiwan on the eve of the anniversary of President Ma Ying-jeou’s (馬英九) second inauguration.

“We are extremely disappointed that the government has no regard for the threat that nuclear power poses to human life,” said Kao Cheng-yan (高成炎), a former chairman of the Taiwan Environmental Protection Union, which organized the march. “We believe that there is only one Taiwan, that people’s lives are invaluable and that there are other viable energy resource options.”