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2101 Support for sovereignty and DPP no longer tied Cho-shu Lin 734
2102 Cross-strait rules that may harm the public Di-ying Huang 720
2103 The shame of restoring a memorial to a killer Ing-wen Tsai 585
2104 A true experience of White Terror Paul Lin 775
2105 Thanks for nothing, Mr Ma Alex Raymond 773
2106 The tyrant is back in the hall Taipei Times 812
2107 Taiwanese should blame themselves Tien-lin Huang 780
2108 China and Chinese are al-Qaeda's new target J. Michael Cole 915
2109 Let's play a game: Slap our president Taipei Times 861
2110 The limits of Ma's achievements Taipei Times 720
2111 Detained by a lawless judiciary Chi-yao Huang 589
2112 Why 2012 will be a deadly deadline J. Michael Cole 908
2113 Yonaguni Island and changing relations HoonTing 682
2114 The Act that silences academics Hei-yuan Chiu 824
2115 Restricting freedom of expression in Taiwan The Alliance for Democracy and Human Rights 1525
2116 There's still no transparency Taipei Times 871
2117 KMT's policy leaves it flat-footed Chih-yu Shih 921
2118 Hard to tell friends from enemies Taipei Times 739
2119 Lee’s gesture puts spotlight on Ma Taipei Times 650
2120 Xinjiang and Taiwan’s silence Taipei Times 736
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Taipei residents have alleged that commemorative products for the Taipei International Flora Exposition which begins on Nov. 6, dubbed by Taipei Mayor Hau Lung-bin (郝龍斌) as the nation’s biggest ever international exhibition, are almost all made in China.

Angry residents contacted the Chinese-language Liberty Times (the Taipei Times’ sister paper) to complain about the issue saying they were shocked to find the products were made in China, with one resident saying although he originally felt proud about Taipei holding the expo, now he felt ashamed after he purchased some commemorative products to give to foreign friends and found the products were labeled “made in China.”