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Hansen for Congress (IA-01) Jan 11
Congratulations on your victory ! The partnership between the & is an important one; both with & strategically with . Why not celebrate with some & other fine products! 👍🇹🇼 🇺🇸
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@Dystopia - #StandWithHongKong Jan 11
Thats the Taste of — thousands of hungry for traveled to 🇹🇼 See the confetti 🎉 Congratulations President !
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Foundation for Women's Rights_台灣婦權基金會 Feb 27
Who is the first female head in who was not born in a political family? It’s , who has been elected as Taiwan’s female president!
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韋恩 Jan 11
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Engin Eroglu Jan 11
Congratulations to President Tsai for winning her second presidential term in today's ! A historic election result!
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Eva Fu Jan 11
Replying to @iingwen @SecPompeo
. congratulates for winning the election: "The American people and the people on Taiwan are not just partners—we are members of the same community of democracies, bonded by our shared political, economic, and international values."
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Claudia Mo 毛孟靜 Jan 11
That was March, 2019 The Taiwan loser thought he could use Hong Kong as a gangplank to politically cash in on people’s FEAR and GREED vis-a-vis China He is a loser
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韋恩 Jan 13
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UW Taiwan Studies Jan 14
Thank you to everyone who attended last night’s event, “Critical Vote: A Taiwan Post-Election Roundtable”! It was a hit! And thank you to our wonderful guest speakers and Lu-Chung Dennis Weng!  
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NTU Sociology 台大社會 Jan 20
Our master student Yucheng Chang wrote an analysis with about split voting in election. Read their commentary on the Initium here:
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Jim Banks Jan 11
Congratulations to on her decisive victory in ! must now respect the choice of the Taiwanese people and forfeit their threatening stance towards Taiwan.
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Maggie Lewis 陸梅吉 Jan 11
Headline number is Tsai winning with over 8 million votes, but this map from provides more textured analysis of how that support varied across . 1/2
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Dr Huong LE THU May 19
Congratulations to President on the day of her 2nd term inauguration. Re-upping our piece explaining her policy going forward based on & .
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"爱国爱港"Lazyyyyyyy Jan 12
It's a UNILATERAL CLAIM instead of "universal consensus", if you're not sure how to express yourself in English, maybe bring a dictionary to work next time?
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Frank Fang Jan 11
show their desire for freedom and democracy at a rally held by the DPP on day on Jan. 11. Vote count by Taiwan's Central Election Commission as of 10:45 pm local time- 8.17 million, 5.52 million
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Ava Y Jan 11
Replying to @maldeikiene @iingwen
Congratulations to Taiwan🇹🇼. The result shows the world: “Taiwanese stand with democracy and freedom, not stand with Chinese money.”
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patiparn Jan 23
Replying to @thefrncswbr
cant get over you 🇹🇼 P.S. need parin ng jowa charot
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Martin Hiesboeck 解聰文 Jan 12
Let’s remember our friends in who are not as fortunate to enjoy free like
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🇺🇸💃Penguin💃🇺🇸 Jan 11
Good morning friends! ☕️💖 Congratulations to the President Tsai Ing-wen on her re-election in Taiwan 👍✌ Chinese fake news backfired and failed. Congratulations to the Taiwanese for winning their freedom and democracy victory!
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Nick Aspinwall Jan 13
Su Tseng-chang's performance as premier, after the uneven tenure of now-VP William Lai, played a huge role in Tsai Ing-wen and the DPP recovering from dismal approval ratings in early 2019 to win big in elections
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