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11 The Shame of Ma Ying-jeou: Chen Shui-bian and Taiwanese Silence Jack Healey 915
12 Unresolved sovereignty of Taiwan spawns new challenge to Republic of China (Photos) Michael Richardson 1098
13 Medical and legal professions called to protect Chen Shui-bian’s rights Michael Richardson 824
14 Congressman Steve Chabot to visit Chen Shui-bian at Taichung Prison Michael Richardson 1138
15 Chen Shui-bian’s return to prison led to suicide attempt and provokes outrage Michael Richardson 948
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17 Jeff Koo confirms trial rigging against Chen Shui-bian in court statement Michael Richardson 1005
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19 The 228 Massacre continues to divide Taiwan sixty-six years after killings (Photos) Michael Richardson 937
20 An Open Letter to the Democratic Progressive Party of Taiwan Jack Healey 694
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Taiwanese and Tibetan activists are urging Taiwan’s government to show greater concern over poor human rights conditions in China, and especially Tibet, that have led Tibetans to set themselves on fire in protest.

Chow Mei-li (周美里), chairwoman of the Taiwan Friends of Tibet, said she believes Taiwan’s government has the ability and is obliged to influence China on the issue as the two sides “have many channels of communication open.” With leaders in Taiwan and China able to communicate frequently, it is Taiwan’s responsibility to urge Beijing to respect the human rights and religious freedoms of Tibetans, she said.