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QuickTake by Bloomberg Jan 15
🇹🇼🇭🇰 “Taiwan can’t become the next Hong Kong.” Young people in Taiwan explain why they voted for President Tsai Ing-wen, who was re-elected in a landslide on Saturday
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Pramukang Jan 21
UoNARI_Taiwan: The “Hong Kong factor” in the 2020 Taiwanese Presidential Election. Written by Adrian Chiu. SOASTaiwan
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Pramukang Jan 20
UoNARI_Taiwan: Taiwan’s 2020 elections: Rallying around the flag. Written By Wen-Ti Sung (wentisung).
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Rizwan Shaikh Jan 15
The final vote tally is: Tsai 57.1%, Han 38.6%, Soong 4.3%
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Rizwan Shaikh Jan 15
At 7.23 million votes, as of 8:12 p.m., Tsai surpasses the 6.89 million votes she was elected with in the 2016 presidential election
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Asia Research Institute: Taiwan 5h
Despite Tsai’s Victory, Nationalism and Populism are Still Strong in Taiwan. Written by Milo Hsieh.
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Pramukang Jan 15
UoNARI_Taiwan: President Tsai and the DPP Win an Overwhelming Victory: A strong rejection of China’s encroachment. Written by Gerrit van der Wees. 2020
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Asia Research Institute: Taiwan 2h
The 2020 Taiwan presidential election - South Korean media coverage wrap up. Written by Corey Bell.
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🇦🇺 Mark Rodda Jan 14
Congratulations on your stunning election win Madam President.
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Antonella Lombardi Jan 14
Congrats to the people of on massive win against the Chinese!
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Asia Matters Jan 18
📢new episode out 📢 Everything you need to know about and what's behind 's landslide victory last week:
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Thomas·王 🍁 Jan 17
Treading Choppy Waters: Cross-Strait Relations in Taiwan’s 2020 Presidential Election
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Thomas·王 🍁 Jan 17
The Taiwan Election’s Other Big Winner: Ko Wen-je’s Taiwan People’s Party
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Asia Research Institute: Taiwan Jan 17
Democracy wins again — now Trump should set China straight on Taiwan. Written by Joseph Bosco. -strait
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Kira Faradisation Jan 16
The strategy of getting (victimized) protagonists in major news events to run for parliamentary seats from New Power Party of Taiwan is very very interesting... 🧐🧐
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Taiwan Election Jan 16
Some Taiwanese suffering from "post-election stress disorder" after election campaign
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JERRY Zhang Jan 15
Japan's demise, Asia's peace, and Japan's threat to Asia. Hokkaido belongs to Russian territory, and the Ryukyu Kingdom is part of the Republic of China.
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Fallout_HK Jan 14
Replying to @PostOpinions
Anyone who are reasonable should think of the consequence of being close to China. means nothing and they try every ways to win.. glad that Taiwan had 8M people pasted the IQ test (election)
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Poll Diary Jan 14
Taiwan's Tsai urges China to review policy after election win
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T.H. Schee Jan 14
City and county councillors election (1989/11/22) License: CC BY-NC 4.0 Source:
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