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The owners of the EDA Rhinos (義大犀牛), one of the four local Chinese Professional Baseball League (CPBL, 中華職棒) teams, made the shocking announcement last month that they have decided to put the team up for sale, after running it for three short years.
 
Democracy is by far the most suitable political system for human societies. However, recent events in the UK, the United States and Taiwan show that populism can still pose a threat to democracy.
 
Who is former President Lee Teng-hui? Hung Hsiu-chu, chairwoman of the Kuomintang, gave an apt answer to the question the Friday before last.
 
Sine Vote Leave won the Brexit referendum, the tweet "I'm never giving up my seat on the train for an old person again" was retweeted over 15,000 times. Young Brits feel, not without reason, that their fate was decided by older people, who overwhelmingly voted to leave the EU.
 
As the countdown clock ticks away for the largest international sporting event to yet be hosted in the country,
 
The unprecedented strike by China Airlines' flight attendants is a milestone for labor rights, opening a new chapter in Taiwan's labor rights movement.
 
President Tsai Ing-wen embarks today on her first diplomatic tour, taking her delegation to Panama and Paraguay, with two transit stops in the United States.
 
A substantial number of voters in the U.S. and the UK seem to be determined to make really dangerous choices as democracies around the world are facing an adverse climate of public cynicism, anger and hopelessness.
 
Former President Ma Ying-jeou seems to turn just as vindictive as his ex-mentor Lee Teng-hui. Shortly before retirement on May 19, Ma fired his Parthian shot against incoming President Tsai Ing-wen by kicking off a row with Japan over the Okinotori Atoll incident to hand her a very hot potato which she has handled timely and well.
 
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je is bleeding senior officials at his city hall and is in need of intensive care.
 
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