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January, 25, 2017

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A police officer died in the hospital Friday due to severe head injuries she had sustained in a car crash while pursuing an alleged drunk driver. While driving under the influence must be condemned, we must also ask whether such tragedies are avoidable.
If you had asked baseball fans back in June who would win the Chinese Professional Baseball League's (CPBL, 中華職棒) Taiwan Series, very few would have backed the EDA Rhinos (義大犀牛).
Hung Hsiu-chu, chairwoman of the Kuomintang (KMT), on Tuesday met Xi Jinping, general-secretary of the Chinese Communist Party, in Beijing. The meet preceded the KMT-CCP forum, which opened yesterday.
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As with the trips of her predecessors, Hung Hsiu-chu's trip to China faced widespread scrutiny even before the Kuomintang leader landed on the other side of the strait.
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As a society that avoids the mention of death in daily life -- a lot of local buildings skip the fourth floor because the number sounds similar to the word for "death" -- Taiwan has a surprisingly ready acceptance of Halloween.
The China Post has long been calling on the military to tackle the issue of suicide in the Armed Forces. At least five suicide or attempted suicide cases involving military personnel were reported earlier this year.
It is no surprise the Legislature is being hijacked by protest tactics that the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) invented and the opposition camp has copied.
Innovation. A word effused with hope, creativity and the promise of "new." With such positive attributes, it is hard to see why it became the object of disagreement between industry leaders and the government at a breakfast meeting to discuss national economic policy.
With the King of the Mountain Challenge (KOM), the nation's biggest and most famous professional cycling race, right around the corner, this year's Taiwan Cycling Festival is again poised to attract cycling enthusiasts from around world.
Filipino President Rodrigo Duterte said his country's "sayonara" first and "aloha oe" later to the United States in Beijing during his four-day state visit to the People's Republic of China.
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