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    Taiwan Elects First Female Presidenti
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    William Ide
    January 16, 2016 7:59 PM
    Taiwan’s voters on Saturday elected Tsai Ing-wen as the island’s first female president, delivering a crushing defeat to the Nationalist Party, which has focused heavily on growing relations with China since coming to power eight years ago. VOA’s William Ide reports.

    Taiwan Elects First Female President

    Published January 16, 2016

    Taiwan’s voters on Saturday elected Tsai Ing-wen as the island’s first female president, delivering a crushing defeat to the Nationalist Party, which has focused heavily on growing relations with China since coming to power eight years ago. VOA’s William Ide reports.


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