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Ting Shou-chung bows out with grace and dignity


Taiwan News, Staff Writer

KMT legislator eliminated by Sean Lien in what he had said would be the last political campaign of his careet...full story
updated 2014-04-20 02:23 PM
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Ting Shou-chung bows out with grace and dignity

Taiwan News, Staff Writer

KMT legislator eliminated by Sean Lien in what he had said would be the last political campaign of his careet....Fullstory

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