- Global Voices on reactions to the Kuo Kuan-ying controversy. Claudia Jean on the case against Kuo.
- Michael Turton on the process being the new status quo.
- Andres has photos of Yingge.
- Craig has five photos for Friday.
- Reports on Taipei Cycle from Robert, Joshua Samuel Brown and MJ Klein. Photos by Josh.
- A hungry girl recommends dim sum at Chao Ping Ji.
- Wild at Heart on green groups protesting for dolphin conservation.
- Echo Taiwan on KMT chairman calling the President Mr Ma.
- Letters from Taiwan on Ma’s plummet in the polls.
News: Records of Taiwan’s White Terror period “found” in Xindian. The Taiwan News has an excellent editorial on why the White Terror files are important. Taipower announces nuclear waste dump plans. Jonathan Adams reports on worries at the Hsinchu Science Park. Taiwan gives priority to green energy industries.
Stephen Yates says TRA doesn’t reflect reality. Congress waters down resolution on TRA 30th anniversary. AIT Chairman Raymond Burghardt says US comfortable with cross-strait detente. Richard Fisher analyses Taiwan’s defense needs.
Events: David Chen & the Muddy Basin Ramblers are playing the final show of the Bitan Music Festival from 3:00 to 5:00 pm on Sunday 29 March. SanBa Productions presents Kaohsiung’s first live music ladies’ night at ATT on Saturday 28 March. Taiwan Photo Club meeting on Saturday 28 March.