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This week, we continue our new interview series for Taiwan Talk. Just to recap, Taipei Times Features Writer Han Cheung is exploring Taiwan history with his weekly column Taiwan in Time. Each Sunday, he takes on one event that occurred during the following calendar week. So we’re going to set aside one show a month to check in with Han, and follow him down the rabbit hole of Taiwan history. This week, he brings us four stories that happened in Taiwan some September, way back when.

Peter Huang moments after failed 1970 assassination attempt

Here are links to Han’s write ups on the four events we discuss in this show:

A tiger unafraid of jackals, September 4th

Freedom of the press, China style, September 11th

Seizing two titles from a legend, September 18th

From assassin to outstanding alumnus, September 25th

About Taiwan Talk

Taiwan Talk is ICRT’s weekly interview segment bringing you conversations from and about Taiwan. It broadcasts every Monday during the 8am and 6pm newscasts.

Find past episodes here, or learn more about Taiwan Talk at the show page here.