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Taiwan’s ambassador discusses her country’s reaction to China during Hawaii visit

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                                <strong>“The U.S. is our most important partner on defense and security.” </strong>
                                <strong>Bi-khim Hsiao </strong>
                                <em>Taiwan’s ambassador to the United States</em>

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    “The U.S. is our most important partner on defense and security.”

    Bi-khim Hsiao

    Taiwan’s ambassador to the United States

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                                Bi-khim Hsiao, de facto ambassador for Taiwan, was on a three-day visit in Hawaii this week. Above, Hsiao, left, and Michael Y.K. Tseng, director general for the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office of Honolulu, during a meeting Tuesday.

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    Bi-khim Hsiao, de facto ambassador for Taiwan, was on a three-day visit in Hawaii this week. Above, Hsiao, left, and Michael Y.K. Tseng, director general for the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office of Honolulu, during a meeting Tuesday.

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