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Elections in Taiwan are usually overshadowed by China. The recent vote for Taiwan’s president was no exception. Tsai Ing-wen of the Democratic Progressive Party won a second four-year term. This time, a record number of people voted for her. The more pro-China KMT candidate came a distant second. In this issue, we outline the history between China and Taiwan, how events in both China and Hong Kong boosted Ms Tsai’s chances of success, and why China’s leaders regard Taiwan as a breakaway province.
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- American drone assassination
- Corpse flower record*
- Ukraine airliner shoot-down
- Change of sultans in Oman*
- Snowy owls visit Detroit*
- Earthquake swarm in Puerto Rico*
- Culling camels in Australia
- Increasing reds, decreasing greys*
- Indian Ocean Dipole
- Philippines’ Taal volcano erupts*
- Starlink’s worldwide constellation*
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