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    Cambodian Immigrant Aims to Make History in Taiwan Electioni
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    January 14, 2016 12:32 PM
    A record number of candidates are running in Taiwan’s legislative elections on Saturday, the same day voters will choose a new president. Among them is one candidate, born in Cambodia, who is poised to make history by possibly becoming the island’s first immigrant lawmaker. VOA’s Bill Ide has more on her story from Taiwan’s central city of Changhua.

    Cambodian Immigrant Aims to Make History in Taiwan Election

    Published January 14, 2016

    A record number of candidates are running in Taiwan’s legislative elections on Saturday, the same day voters will choose a new president. Among them is one candidate, born in Cambodia, who is poised to make history by possibly becoming the island’s first immigrant lawmaker. VOA’s Bill Ide has more on her story from Taiwan’s central city of Changhua.


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    by: Frank from: USA
    January 14, 2016 2:31 PM
    Taiwan is lost and certainly needs a Cambodian to govern them.. LOL.. In that case, unification with China is much closer than you think