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Aušra Maldeikienė MEP Jan 11
Congratulations to President Tsai Ing-wen on her re-election in Taiwan 👍✌ Chinese fake news failed and backfired. should now open a Trade Office in , to show our solidarity with those who seek freedom and independence. 🇱🇹❤🇹🇼
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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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Nikkei Asian Review Jan 11
BREAKING | Tsai Ing-wen sweeps to victory in Taiwan presidential election
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Chris Lo Jan 11
Thank you for stopping! Thanks also to God [just in time] for waking up them! Understood democracy & freedom, & what's meant by the CCP, 1country, 2systems, & live up to the example of sacrifices given to you by the entire generation of young ppl in HK! 😭😭😭
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Rev. Patrick Mahoney Jan 11
This is what the revolution looks like! Taiwan sends a powerful message to the world they want democracy and not Chinese control!
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QuickTake by Bloomberg Jan 12
Replying to @QuickTake
“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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Taiwan Today Jan 10
Jan. 11 in the . The passion of the people for freedom & democracy is reflected in the country’s spirit of entrepreneurship & innovation. Learn how coworking spaces are turning 🇹🇼 into a hub of collaboration.
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QuickTake by Bloomberg Jan 12
Replying to @QuickTake
“All countries should treat Taiwan as a partner, not an issue.” After being re-elected on Saturday in a landslide, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen urged the rest of the world to respect Taiwan’s commitment to democracy and give it a fair opportunity
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iannn Jan 11
Today Taiwan Tomorrow Hong Kong 🙏🏻🙏🏻🙏🏻
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Wayne Chen Jan 13
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mhar4 須平心再想。 Jan 10
There are a lot of journalists and policy-makers in Taipei for the 2020 presidential and legislative elections in Taiwan. Here is a timeline of Taiwan's history that I wrote for that might be useful.
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Tricky Taipei Jan 10
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Joshua Samuel Brown Jan 11
Full text of Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen's acceptance speech (Thanks, !) "All countries should consider a partner, not an issue."
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Mugi(むぎほっちゃ) Jan 11
Congratulation to for winning the 2020 Taiwan presidential election!
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Taiwan Today Jan 11
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Ray Chan Jan 11
I'm probably one of the few lawmakers & councilpeople who are not in 🇹🇼. Today, I join other panelists live on RTHK City Forum to discuss the ' impact on 's general election.
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外交部 Ministry of Foreign Affairs, ROC (Taiwan) 🇹🇼 Jan 12
We thank for his statement congratulating . We also thank the secretary of for lauding 's robust democracy, free market economy, vibrant civil society, & standing as a model for the & force for good in the world.
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US-Taiwan Business Council Jan 11
Congratulations to Taiwan President , who has been re-elected in today's by a wide margin and over 8 million votes. The DPP is also expected to win a majority in the Legislative Yuan.
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Joseph Wong Jan 11
For all those who think Asians and Chinese people can't do democracy, here's some proof it's possible.
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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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