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TAIWAN-CHINA/
RTX1UTQL
November 05, 2015
An activist kicks a portrait of Chinese President Xi Jinping during a protest against the upcoming meeting...
Taipei, Taiwan
An activist kicks a portrait of Chinese President Xi Jinping during a protest against the upcoming meeting...
An activist kicks a portrait of Chinese President Xi Jinping during a protest against the upcoming meeting between Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou and Chinese President Xi Jinping, in front of the Presidential Office in Taipei, Taiwan, November 5, 2015. Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou said on Thursday his upcoming meeting with President Xi Jinping was about further normalising ties with China and had nothing to do with trying to revive his party's fortunes ahead of the island's elections in January. REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-PRESIDENT/
RTS2JTX
October 01, 2015
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou arrives for an interview with Reuters at the Presidential Office in Taipei,...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou arrives for an interview with Reuters at the Presidential Office in Taipei...
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou arrives for an interview with Reuters at the Presidential Office in Taipei, Taiwan, October 1, 2015. Ma said on Thursday the island was not ready to discuss unification with China, sending a firm message to an increasingly assertive Beijing eager to absorb what it considers as a renegade province. To match Exclusive TAIWAN-PRESIDENT/ REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-PRESIDENT/
RTS2JSY
October 01, 2015
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters at the Presidential...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters at the Presidential...
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou poses for a photograph during an interview with Reuters at the Presidential Office in Taipei October 1, 2015. Ma said on Thursday the island was not ready to discuss unification with China, sending a firm message to an increasingly assertive Beijing eager to absorb what it considers as a renegade province. To match Exclusive TAIWAN-PRESIDENT/ REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-PRESIDENT/
RTS2JSK
October 01, 2015
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou smiles while listening to a question during an interview with Reuters...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou smiles while listening to a question during an interview with Reuters...
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou smiles while listening to a question during an interview with Reuters at the Presidential Office in Taipei, Taiwan, October 1, 2015. Ma said on Thursday the island was not ready to discuss unification with China, sending a firm message to an increasingly assertive Beijing eager to absorb what it considers as a renegade province. To match Exclusive TAIWAN-PRESIDENT/ REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-PRESIDENT/
RTS2JS3
October 01, 2015
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou listens to a question during an interview with Reuters at the Presidential...
Taipei, Taiwan
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou listens to a question during an interview with Reuters at the Presidential...
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou listens to a question during an interview with Reuters at the Presidential Office in Taipei, Taiwan, October 1, 2015. Ma said on Thursday the island was not ready to discuss unification with China, sending a firm message to an increasingly assertive Beijing eager to absorb what it considers as a renegade province. To match Exclusive TAIWAN-PRESIDENT/ REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-SPERM/
RTX1KM7Y
July 17, 2015
Pig farm owner Sam Wang pats a pig during a demonstration of the use of an iSperm kit in Yunlin, central...
Yunlin, Taiwan
Pig farm owner Sam Wang pats a pig during a demonstration of the use of an iSperm kit in Yunlin
Pig farm owner Sam Wang pats a pig during a demonstration of the use of an iSperm kit in Yunlin, central Taiwan, Taiwan, July 13, 2015. Taiwanese start-up Aidmics is hoping to cash in on the $40 billion global human fertility market with an iPad compatible gadget it calls iSperm. Aidmics initially developed the product to help livestock farmers, but founder Agean Lin now plans to seek U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval next year to expand its use to men. Picture taken July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-SPERM/
RTX1KM7X
July 17, 2015
Pig farm owner Sam Wang demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin, central Taiwan, Taiwan, July...
Yunlin, Taiwan
Pig farm owner Sam Wang demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin
Pig farm owner Sam Wang demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin, central Taiwan, Taiwan, July 13, 2015. Taiwanese start-up Aidmics is hoping to cash in on the $40 billion global human fertility market with an iPad compatible gadget it calls iSperm. Aidmics initially developed the product to help livestock farmers, but founder Agean Lin now plans to seek U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval next year to expand its use to men. Picture taken July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-SPERM/
RTX1KM7W
July 17, 2015
Pig farm owner Sam Wang collects sperm as he demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin, central...
Yunlin, Taiwan
Pig farm owner Sam Wang collects sperm as he demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin
Pig farm owner Sam Wang collects sperm as he demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin, central Taiwan, Taiwan, July 13, 2015. Taiwanese start-up Aidmics is hoping to cash in on the $40 billion global human fertility market with an iPad compatible gadget it calls iSperm. Aidmics initially developed the product to help livestock farmers, but founder Agean Lin now plans to seek U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval next year to expand its use to men. Picture taken July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-SPERM/
RTX1KM7V
July 17, 2015
Pig farm owner Sam Wang demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin, central Taiwan, Taiwan, July...
Yunlin, Taiwan
Pig farm owner Sam Wang demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin
Pig farm owner Sam Wang demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin, central Taiwan, Taiwan, July 13, 2015. Taiwanese start-up Aidmics is hoping to cash in on the $40 billion global human fertility market with an iPad compatible gadget it calls iSperm. Aidmics initially developed the product to help livestock farmers, but founder Agean Lin now plans to seek U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval next year to expand its use to men. Picture taken July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-SPERM/
RTX1KM7U
July 17, 2015
Pig farm owner Sam Wang collects sperm as he demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin, central...
Yunlin, Taiwan
Pig farm owner Sam Wang collects sperm as he demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin
Pig farm owner Sam Wang collects sperm as he demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin, central Taiwan, Taiwan, July 13, 2015. Taiwanese start-up Aidmics is hoping to cash in on the $40 billion global human fertility market with an iPad compatible gadget it calls iSperm. Aidmics initially developed the product to help livestock farmers, but founder Agean Lin now plans to seek U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval next year to expand its use to men. Picture taken July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-SPERM/
RTX1KM7T
July 17, 2015
Pig sperm is seen on an iPad screen during a demonstration of iSperm in Yunlin, central Taiwan, Taiwan,...
Yunlin, Taiwan
Pig sperm is seen on an iPad screen during a demonstration of iSperm in Yunlin
Pig sperm is seen on an iPad screen during a demonstration of iSperm in Yunlin, central Taiwan, Taiwan, July 13, 2015. Taiwanese start-up Aidmics is hoping to cash in on the $40 billion global human fertility market with an iPad compatible gadget it calls iSperm. Aidmics initially developed the product to help livestock farmers, but founder Agean Lin now plans to seek U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval next year to expand its use to men. Picture taken July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-SPERM/
RTX1KM7S
July 17, 2015
Pig farm owner Sam Wang collects sperm as he demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin, central...
Yunlin, Taiwan
Pig farm owner Sam Wang collects sperm as he demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin
Pig farm owner Sam Wang collects sperm as he demonstrates how to use an iSperm kit in Yunlin, central Taiwan, Taiwan, July 13, 2015. Taiwanese start-up Aidmics is hoping to cash in on the $40 billion global human fertility market with an iPad compatible gadget it calls iSperm. Aidmics initially developed the product to help livestock farmers, but founder Agean Lin now plans to seek U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval next year to expand its use to men. Picture taken July 13, 2015. REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-RULINGPARTY/
RTX1D7D1
May 16, 2015
Chairman of Taiwan's ruling Nationalist Kuomintang Party (KMT) Eric Chu, also New Taipei mayor, waves...
Taipei, Taiwan
Chairman of KMT Eric Chu waves during a news conference in Taipei
Chairman of Taiwan's ruling Nationalist Kuomintang Party (KMT) Eric Chu, also New Taipei mayor, waves during a news conference in Taipei, Taiwan, May 16, 2015. Taiwan's ruling party chief said on Saturday he would not run for president in January, raising the prospect that an independence-leaning opposition party might regain power and cast a shadow over ties with political rival China. REUTERS/Edward Lau
TAIWAN-ELECTION/TAIPEI
RTR4G1P5
November 29, 2014
A man carrying a Taiwan national flag reacts after Nationalist Party (KMT) Taipei mayoral candidate Sean...
Taipei, Taiwan
A man carrying a Taiwan national flag reacts after Nationalist Party (KMT) Taipei mayoral candidate Lien...
A man carrying a Taiwan national flag reacts after Nationalist Party (KMT) Taipei mayoral candidate Sean Lien conceded defeat at the local elections, at the campaign headquarters in Taipei November 29, 2014. An independent candidate backed by Taiwan's opposition, pro-independence party on Saturday claimed victory in local elections as the next mayor of Taipei, breaking the ruling party's 16-year hold on the island's capital. The win by Ko Wen-je, 55, a trauma surgeon, is a setback for the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) ahead of a presidential election in less than two years. Ko defeated Lien, the son of a wealthy, politically-connected family. REUTERS/Edward Lau (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
TAIWAN-ELECTION/TAIPEI
RTR4G1OX
November 29, 2014
A woman holding a Taiwan national flag reacts after Nationalist Party (KMT) Taipei mayoral candidate...
Taipei, Taiwan
A woman holding a Taiwan national flag reacts after Nationalist Party (KMT) Taipei mayoral candidate...
A woman holding a Taiwan national flag reacts after Nationalist Party (KMT) Taipei mayoral candidate Sean Lien conceded defeat at the local elections, at the campaign headquarters in Taipei November 29, 2014. An independent candidate backed by Taiwan's opposition, pro-independence party on Saturday claimed victory in local elections as the next mayor of Taipei, breaking the ruling party's 16-year hold on the island's capital. The win by Ko Wen-je, 55, a trauma surgeon, is a setback for the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) ahead of a presidential election in less than two years. Ko defeated Lien, the son of a wealthy, politically-connected family. REUTERS/Edward Lau (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
TAIWAN-ELECTION/TAIPEI
RTR4G1OR
November 29, 2014
Nationalist Party (KMT) Taipei mayoral candidate Sean Lien (C) waves after conceding defeat at the local...
Taipei, Taiwan
Nationalist Party (KMT) Taipei mayoral candidate Sean Lien waves after conceding defeat at the local...
Nationalist Party (KMT) Taipei mayoral candidate Sean Lien (C) waves after conceding defeat at the local elections, at the campaign headquarters in Taipei November 29, 2014. An independent candidate backed by Taiwan's opposition, pro-independence party on Saturday claimed victory in local elections as the next mayor of Taipei, breaking the ruling party's 16-year hold on the island's capital. The win by Ko Wen-je, 55, a trauma surgeon, is a setback for the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) ahead of a presidential election in less than two years. Ko defeated Lien, the son of a wealthy, politically-connected family. REUTERS/Edward Lau (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
TAIWAN-ELECTIONS/
RTR4G1NE
November 29, 2014
Nationalist Party (KMT) Taipei mayor candidate Sean Lien (C) reacts to losing at the campaign headquarters...
Taipei, Taiwan
Nationalist Party Taipei mayor candidate Sean Lien reacts to losing at the campaign headquarters in Taipei...
Nationalist Party (KMT) Taipei mayor candidate Sean Lien (C) reacts to losing at the campaign headquarters in Taipei November 29, 2014. REUTERS/Edward Lau (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS)
TAIWAN-PROTESTS/
RTR3IAMB
March 24, 2014
Police use a water cannon to disperse a demonstrator during a protest against a trade pact with mainland...
Taipei, Taiwan
Police use a water cannon to disperse a demonstrator during a protest against a trade pact with mainland...
Police use a water cannon to disperse a demonstrator during a protest against a trade pact with mainland China, near Taiwan's government headquarters in Taipei, March 24, 2014. Hundreds of demonstrators occupied part of the headquarters on Sunday night in protest against the controversial trade pact with mainland China. President Ma Ying-jeou says the pact with Taiwan's main export market is essential for the island's prosperity. However, the main opposition party says it could hurt small service companies, and many others are reluctant to let China expand its influence over a fiercely independent and democratic territory that China still sees as a renegade province. REUTERS/Edward Lau (TAIWAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS CRIME LAW TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
TAIWAN-PROTESTS/
RTR3IALU
March 24, 2014
Police use water cannons to disperse demonstrators as they protest against a trade pact with mainland...
Taipei, Taiwan
Police use water cannons to disperse demonstrators as they protest against a trade pact with mainland...
Police use water cannons to disperse demonstrators as they protest against a trade pact with mainland China, near Taiwan's government headquarters in Taipei, March 24, 2014. Hundreds of demonstrators occupied part of the headquarters on Sunday night in protest against the controversial trade pact with mainland China. President Ma Ying-jeou says the pact with Taiwan's main export market is essential for the island's prosperity. However, the main opposition party says it could hurt small service companies, and many others are reluctant to let China expand its influence over a fiercely independent and democratic territory that China still sees as a renegade province. REUTERS/Edward Lau (TAIWAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS)
TAIWAN/
RTXZSKI
May 19, 2013
Demonstrators dressed in traditional costumes march during a protest against the government's nuclear...
Taipei, Taiwan
Demonstrators dressed in traditional costumes march during a protest against the government's nuclear...
Demonstrators dressed in traditional costumes march during a protest against the government's nuclear policy in Taipei, May 19, 2013. Hundreds of protesters marched in Taipei on Sunday to protest against the government's nuclear policy on the eve of President Ma Ying-jeou's inauguration anniversary since he took office for the second term. Protesters demanded construction be stopped for Taiwan's fourth nuclear power plant, which is more than 90 percent complete. REUTERS/Edward Lau (TAIWAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
TAIWAN/
RTXZSKG
May 19, 2013
Demonstrators march with banners and flags during a protest against the government's nuclear policy in...
Taipei, Taiwan
Demonstrators march with banners and flags during a protest against the government's nuclear policy in...
Demonstrators march with banners and flags during a protest against the government's nuclear policy in Taipei, May 19, 2013. Hundreds of protesters marched in Taipei on Sunday to protest against the government's nuclear policy on the eve of President Ma Ying-jeou's inauguration anniversary since he took office for the second term. Protesters demanded construction be stopped for Taiwan's fourth nuclear power plant, which is more than 90 percent complete. The banner (top) reads, "nuclear power plant no. 4 crisis".REUTERS/Edward Lau (TAIWAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS)
TAIWAN/
RTXZSKD
May 19, 2013
A demonstrator puts a sticker onto a placard depicting Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou under exposure...
Taipei, Taiwan
Demonstrator puts sticker onto placard depicting Taiwan's President Ma under exposure to radiation, during...
A demonstrator puts a sticker onto a placard depicting Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou under exposure to radiation, during a protest against the government's nuclear policy in Taipei, May 19, 2013. Hundreds of protesters marched in Taipei on Sunday to protest against the government's nuclear policy on the eve of President Ma Ying-jeou's inauguration anniversary since he took office for the second term. Protesters demanded construction be stopped for Taiwan's fourth nuclear power plant, which is more than 90 percent complete. REUTERS/Edward Lau (TAIWAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS ENERGY)
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