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    Taiwan President-elect to Face 'Ominous' Chinai
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    William Ide
    January 20, 2016 1:33 AM
    Taiwan's voters gave Tsai Ing-wen and her pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party a new mandate Saturday, helping it seize control of both the legislature and presidency for the first time. And dealing with the island’s neighbor and political rival, China, will be one of her biggest challenges. VOA’s William Ide reports.

    Taiwan President-elect to Face 'Ominous' China

    Published January 19, 2016

    Taiwan's voters gave Tsai Ing-wen and her pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party a new mandate Saturday, helping it seize control of both the legislature and presidency for the first time. And dealing with the island’s neighbor and political rival, China, will be one of her biggest challenges. VOA’s William Ide reports.


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