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1 Taiwan in the Space Age Leo Wang 1855
2 $100,000 per Barrel Oil, Part II Leo Wang 1936
3 $100,000 per Barrel Oil Leo Wang 2008
4 When USSR Disintegration Meets Japan's Lost Decade Leo Wang 2073
5 Goddess of Spring and Love Uyongu Yatauyungana, Translated by Leo Wang 2489
6 Sell Your Taiwanese Stocks! Leo Wang 2096
7 A-Bian and Taiwanese Divinities’ Pact through Life and Death Taiwan Tati Cultural & Educational Foundation 3322
8 Please Come under the Sunlight Leo Wang 6041
9 Making Statements, Making Histories Leo Wang 2338
10 The Danger of Paxism Leo Wang 2737
 

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Alarm over Japan’s nuclear disaster grew yesterday, with more foreign governments advising citizens to flee Tokyo as army helicopters dumped water on the overheating plant at the center of the crisis.

Six days after a massive earthquake and tsunami plunged Japan into its worst crisis since World War II, the US and Britain chartered flights for nationals trying to leave and China moved thousands of citizens to Tokyo for evacuation.

Commercial airline tickets were scarce and some companies hired private jets to evacuate staff. In Tokyo, the streets were quiet but calm as the Japanese, though deeply concerned, mostly remained stoic over the emergency.