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Group Promotes ‘Taiwan’ in Tokyo

Poster:Brice EdelmanPost date:2017-08-07
Catergory:News
Region:(Taiwan)
Issue:(Taiwan’s Foreign Relations)
(Taipei Times, By Chen Wei-han) Taiwan United Nations Alliance members yesterday rallied in Tokyo to call for Taiwan’s participation in the Tokyo Olympics in 2020 under the name “Taiwan,” as part of their “name rectification campaign” and Taiwanization efforts. After a meeting with Taiwan’s Deputy Representative to Japan Kuo Chung-shi at the alliance’s Tokyo chapter, alliance members staged a parade calling for the name of Taiwan’s national sports team to be changed from “Chinese Taipei” to “Taiwan.”  
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