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China, Taiwan Progress Will Take Timei
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February 13, 2014 3:41 AM
Relations between China and Taiwan have taken a symbolic step forward with the highest level talks in decades, and Taipei's top cross-strait official visiting the burial ground of Sun Yat-sen in Nanjing, a city of historical and emotional significance for both sides. VOA's Mark Snowiss reports.

China, Taiwan Progress Will Take Time

Published February 12, 2014

Relations between China and Taiwan have taken a symbolic step forward with the highest level talks in decades, and Taipei's top cross-strait official visiting the burial ground of Sun Yat-sen in Nanjing, a city of historical and emotional significance for both sides. VOA's Mark Snowiss reports.


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