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MOFA Boosts Closer Ties With ASEAN Economies

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MOFA will follow up with a wide range of activities next year, such as sending performance groups on cultural diplomacy tours throughout the region, according to the director-general. 

In Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xi Confronts the Limits of Soft Power

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An electoral pummeling for Taiwan’s pro-Beijing ruling party and a new spike in prodemocracy protests in Hong Kong have delivered a reality check to Chinese President Xi Jinping just when he was riding a wave of high-profile diplomacy. 

Mark Morris Dance Group Visits Taiwan

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Watch this video of members of the Mark Morris Dance Group who talk about their experience in Taiwan as a part of U.S. Department of State’s Dance Motion USA program. 

Taiwan's Kinmen Island Seeks to Cash in on its Past

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In Kinmen's farming villages, old cottages have been restored and turned into bed-and-breakfasts for visitors to experience traditional architecture and the rhythms of rural life. Crowds are sparse in the off-season, but tourism is the best hope to supplement agricultural incomes now that the soldiers are gone.

China, Taiwan Shelve Summit As Dispute Grows Over Hong Kong

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Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou wants to lock in a legacy before leaving office in 2016. He will be remembered for opening talks with Taiwan’s arch-rival China in 2008 after six decades of chill that hobbled the half trillion-dollar economy and sparked threats of war. 

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