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Posts Tagged ‘history’


Taiwan’s Nuclear History: Lessons for Today?

Could Taiwan ever consider the nuclear option again to deter Chinese aggression?

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Book Reviews

Of Bicycles and War: A Review of Wu Ming-yi’s ‘The Stolen Bicycle’

The latest novel by the award-winning Taiwanese author interlaces devastating events with a touch of tenderness

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Society & Culture

The Forgotten POWs of the Pacific: The Story of Taiwan’s Camps

More than 400 Allied servicemen died in Taiwan’s notorious camps during World War II, most of them at Jinguashi

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Editorials, Politics

The Powers That Be and the ‘R’ Word in Taiwan

Once again the authorities are accusing young activists of ‘irrationality.’ But there is nothing ‘irrational’ about the screamers

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