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September 27, 2022 
Taiwan's former premier Frank Hsieh (top C) queues with others to pay his respects during the state funeral... 
Tokyo, Japan 
Japan holds state funeral for slain former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe 
Taiwan's former premier Frank Hsieh (top C) queues with others to pay his respects during the state funeral for former Japanese prime minister Shinzo Abe at the Nippon Budokan in Tokyo on September 27, 2022. PHILIP FONG/Pool via REUTERS 
TAIWAN-POLITICS/
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April 15, 2015 
Taiwan's main opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairperson Tsai Ing-wen (2nd L) and party... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's main opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairperson Tsai Ing-wen and party officials... 
Taiwan's main opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairperson Tsai Ing-wen (2nd L) and party officials, Tainan Mayor William Lai (L), Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chu (2nd R) and Frank Hsieh (R) shout slogans during a news conference in Taipei April 15, 2015. Tsai formally declared her candidacy for the 2016 presidential election on Wednesday. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang

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June 26, 2010 
Former Premier Frank Hsieh speaks to supporters during a protest against the economic cooperation framework... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Former Premier Hsieh speaks to supporters during a protest against a China-Taiwan trade deal in Taipei... 
Former Premier Frank Hsieh speaks to supporters during a protest against the economic cooperation framework agreement (ECFA) to be signed between China and Taiwan, in Taipei June 26, 2010. Taiwan?s opposition rallied thousands on Saturday to protest against the trade deal, saying it will damage the local economy and undermine the island?s sovereignty. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: CIVIL UNREST POLITICS BUSINESS) 
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May 20, 2010 
Opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairperson Tsai Ing-wen (C) sits with former Taiwan premiers... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Opposition DPP Chairperson Tsai sits with former Taiwan premiers Hsieh and Yu during the beginning of... 
Opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairperson Tsai Ing-wen (C) sits with former Taiwan premiers Frank Hsieh (L) and Yu Shyi-kun during the beginning of a sit-in protest outside the Legislative Yuan in Taipei May 20, 2010. Protesters gathered on Thursday, the second anniversary of President Ma Ying-jeou?s inauguration, for a three-day sit-in protest to pressure the government to hold a referendum on its proposed economic cooperation framework agreement (ECFA) with China. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
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May 20, 2010 
Former Taiwan premier Frank Hsieh leads opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) supporters during... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Former Taiwan premier Hsieh leads opposition DPP supporters during the beginning of a sit-in protest... 
Former Taiwan premier Frank Hsieh leads opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) supporters during the beginning of a sit-in protest outside the Legislative Yuan in Taipei May 20, 2010. Protesters gathered on Thursday, the second anniversary of President Ma Ying-jeou?s inauguration, for a three-day sit-in protest to pressure the government to hold a referendum on its proposed economic cooperation framework agreement (ECFA) with China. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS CIVIL UNREST) 
TAIWAN-DEMONSTRATION/
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May 18, 2009 
Opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen (4th L) and former premier Frank... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
DPP Chairwoman Tsai and former premier Hsieh exercise with supporters in the morning during a sit-in... 
Opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen (4th L) and former premier Frank Hsieh (L) exercise with supporters in the morning during a sit-in protest against Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou, in front of the presidential office in Taipei May 18, 2009. Tens of thousands of people opposed to Taiwan's improving ties with China demonstrated on Sunday against Beijing-friendly Ma, the third such rally over the past year but unlikely to sway current policies. Some demonstrators camped overnight outside the presidential offices, defying an order to clear the streets by 1400 GMT and the presence of about 4,000 police officers, opposition leaders said. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CONFLICT) 
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May 17, 2009 
Opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) politicians, (L-R) Frank Hsieh, Chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Opposition DPP politicians, Hsieh, Chairwoman Tsai and former Taiwan's vice-president Lu, begin an overnight... 
Opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) politicians, (L-R) Frank Hsieh, Chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen and former Taiwan's vice-president Annette Lu, begin an overnight sit-in protest against Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou in front of the presidential office in Taipei May 17, 2009. Tens of thousands of people opposed to Taiwan's improving ties with China demonstrated on Sunday against Beijing-friendly Ma, the third such rally over the past year but unlikely to sway current policies. Some demonstrators planned to camp overnight outside the presidential offices, defying an order to clear the streets by 1400 GMT and the presence of about 4,000 police officers, opposition leaders said. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CONFLICT) 
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May 17, 2009 
Chairperson of the opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Tsai Ing-wen (C) and DPP politicians... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Chairperson of the opposition DPP Tsai and DPP politicians Su and Hsieh greet supporters during a mass... 
Chairperson of the opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Tsai Ing-wen (C) and DPP politicians Su Tseng-chang (L) and Frank Hsieh greet supporters during a mass protest against Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou in front of the presidential palace in Taipei May 17, 2009. Tens of thousands of people opposed to Taiwan's improving ties with China demonstrated on Sunday against Beijing-friendly Ma, the third such rally over the past year but unlikely to sway current policies. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CONFLICT) 
TAIWAN-ELECTION/
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March 26, 2008 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) former presidential candidate and Chairman Frank Hsieh arrives... 
Taipei, United Kingdom 
Taiwan's DPP former presidential candidate and Chairman Hsieh arrives to speak to the Central Standing... 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) former presidential candidate and Chairman Frank Hsieh arrives to speak to the Central Standing Committee at the DPP headquarters in Taipei March 26, 2008. Hsieh resigned as party chairman on Wednesday after his defeat in the Taiwan presidential election. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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March 26, 2008 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) former presidential candidate and Chairman Frank Hsieh speaks... 
Taipei, United Kingdom 
Taiwan's DPP former presidential candidate and Chairman Hsieh speaks to the Central Standing Committee... 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) former presidential candidate and Chairman Frank Hsieh speaks to the Central Standing Committee at the DPP headquarters in Taipei March 26, 2008. Hsieh resigned as party chairman on Wednesday after his defeat in the Taiwan presidential election. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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March 26, 2008 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) former presidential candidate and Chairman Frank Hsieh speaks... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's DPP former presidential candidate and Chairman Hsieh speaks to the Central Standing Committee... 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) former presidential candidate and Chairman Frank Hsieh speaks to the Central Standing Committee at the DPP headquarters in Taipei March 26, 2008. Hsieh resigned as party chairman on Wednesday after his defeat in the Taiwan presidential election. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTION/PARTY
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March 24, 2008 
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cries as he waves... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
A supporter of DPP presidential candidate Hsieh cries as he waves a flag after Hsieh lost in Taiwan's... 
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cries as he waves a flag, which reads: "Taiwan", after Hsieh lost in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan's ruling party, which lost the presidency on Saturday, will replace its chairman as it tries to rebuild its image as a champion of Taiwan identity -- without the confrontational tactics that turned many off. Picture taken March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
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March 24, 2008 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts on the podium after... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's DPP presidential candidate Hsieh reacts on the podium after losing in Taiwan's presidential... 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts on the podium after losing in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan's ruling party, which lost the presidency on Saturday, will replace its chairman as it tries to rebuild its image as a champion of Taiwan identity -- without the confrontational tactics that turned many off. The Chinese character in the background reads: "Guard". Picture taken March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
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March 24, 2008 
Unused campaign flags are gathered at the headquarters of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Unused campaign flags are gathered at the headquarters of DPP presidential candidate Frank Hsieh in Taipei... 
Unused campaign flags are gathered at the headquarters of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh in Taipei March 24, 2008. Taiwan's ruling party, which lost the presidency on Saturday, will replace its chairman as tries to rebuild its image as a champion of Taiwan identity -- without the confrontational tactics that turned many off. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTION/PARTY
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March 24, 2008 
A man stands at the headquarters of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
A man stands at the headquarters of DPP presidential candidate Frank Hsieh in Taipe 
A man stands at the headquarters of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh in Taipei March 24, 2008. Taiwan's ruling party, which lost the presidency on Saturday, will replace its chairman as tries to rebuild its image as a champion of Taiwan identity -- without the confrontational tactics that turned many off. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTIONS/
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March 22, 2008 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh speaks to supporters... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh speaks to supporters in Taipei... 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh speaks to supporters after losing in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party declared victory in presidential elections on Saturday, heralding improved ties with giant neighbour China which claims the self-ruled island as its own. Chinese characters in the background read "Treasure democracy, protect Taiwan".
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTION/RESULT
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March 22, 2008 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cry after Hsieh lost... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporters of DPP presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cry after loss in Taipei 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cry after Hsieh lost in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan opposition party candidate Ma Ying-jeou won the island's presidential election on Saturday, according to official results, auguring improved trade ties with archrival China in one of the world's hottest potential flashpoints. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTIONS/
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March 22, 2008 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh speaks to supporters... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh speaks to supporters in Taipei... 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh speaks to supporters after losing in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party declared victory in presidential elections on Saturday, heralding improved ties with giant neighbour China which claims the self-ruled island as its own. Chinese characters in the background read "Treasure democracy, protect Taiwan".
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (TAIWAN) 
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March 22, 2008 
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cries as he waves... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporter of DPP presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cries in Taipei 
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cries as he waves a flag which reads "Taiwan," after Hsieh lost in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan opposition party candidate Ma Ying-jeou won the island's presidential election on Saturday, according to official results, auguring improved trade ties with archrival China in one of the world's hottest potential flashpoints. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTION/
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March 22, 2008 
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh holds up a banner about... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
A supporter of DPP presidential candidate Hsieh holds up a banner after Hsieh lost the presidential election... 
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh holds up a banner about Taiwan's bid to join the U.N. after Hsieh lost the presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
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March 22, 2008 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh bows to supporters... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's ruling DPP presidential candidate Frank Hsieh bows to supporters in Taipei 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh bows to supporters after losing in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party declared victory in presidential elections on Saturday, heralding improved ties with giant neighbour China which claims the self-ruled island as its own. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
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March 22, 2008 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (C) addresses supporters on the podium... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh addresses supporters after losing Taiwan's... 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (C) addresses supporters on the podium beside vice presidential candidate Su Tseng-chang (R) and lawmaker Ker Chien-ming after losing in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTIONS/
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March 22, 2008 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh arrives on stage... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's ruling DPP presidential candidate Frank Hsieh arrives on stage to address supporters after losing... 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh arrives on stage to address supporters after losing in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party declared victory in presidential elections on Saturday, heralding improved ties with giant neighbour China which claims the self-ruled island as its own. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (TAIWAN) 
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March 22, 2008 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (L) and vice-presidential... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's ruling DPP presidential candidate Hsieh and vice-presidential candidate Su shake hands after... 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (L) and vice-presidential candidate Su Tseng-chang shake hands on the podium after losing in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party declared victory in presidential elections on Saturday, heralding improved ties with giant neighbour China which claims the self-ruled island as its own.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
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March 22, 2008 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts on the podium after losing in... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts on the podium after losing in... 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts on the podium after losing in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTION/
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March 22, 2008 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts on the podium after losing in... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh reacts on the podium after losing in Taiwan's... 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts on the podium after losing in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party declared victory in presidential elections on Saturday, heralding improved ties with giant neighbour China which claims the self-ruled island as its own. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
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March 22, 2008 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts on the podium after losing in... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh reacts on the podium after losing in Taiwan's... 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts on the podium after losing in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. The Chinese character in the background reads "Guard". REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTION/
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March 22, 2008 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (L) and vice presidential... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's ruling DPP presidential candidate Hsieh and vice presidential candidate Su bow on the podium... 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (L) and vice presidential candidate Su Tseng-chang bow on the podium after losing in Taiwan's presidential election in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party declared victory in presidential elections on Saturday, heralding improved ties with giant neighbour China which claims the self-ruled island as its own. Chinese characters in the background read "Guard Taiwan". REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
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March 22, 2008 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cry as they monitor ballot... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh cry as they monitor ballot counting... 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cry as they monitor ballot counting of Taiwan's presidential election broadcast at Hsieh's campaign headquarters in Taipei March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTIONS/
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March 22, 2008 
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts as she monitors... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporter of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh reacts as she monitors ballot... 
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts as she monitors ballot counting of Taiwan's presidential election broadcast at Hsieh's campaign headquarters in Taipei March 22, 2008.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTIONS/
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March 22, 2008 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh monitor ballot counting... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh monitor ballot in Taipei 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh monitor ballot counting of Taiwan's presidential election broadcast at Hsieh's campaign headquarters in Taipei March 22, 2008.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (TAIWAN) 
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March 22, 2008 
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh monitors ballot counting... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporter of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh monitors ballot counting in Taipei... 
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh monitors ballot counting of Taiwan's presidential election broadcast at Hsieh's campaign headquarters in Taipei March 22, 2008.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTIONS/
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March 22, 2008 
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts as she monitors... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporter of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh reacts as she monitors ballot... 
A supporter of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh reacts as she monitors ballot counting of Taiwan's presidential election broadcast at Hsieh's campaign headquarters in Taipei March 22, 2008.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (TAIWAN) 
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March 22, 2008 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh react as they monitor ballot... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh react as they monitor ballot... 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh react as they monitor ballot counting of Taiwan's presidential election broadcast outside Hsieh's campaign headquarters in Taipei March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN/
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March 22, 2008 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh monitor ballot counting... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh monitor ballot counting in Taipei... 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh monitor ballot counting of Taiwan's presidential election broadcast outside Hsieh's campaign headquarters in Taipei March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN
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March 22, 2008 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh monitor ballot counting... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh monitor ballot counting in Taipei... 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh monitor ballot counting of Taiwan's presidential election broadcast outside Hsieh's campaign headquarters in Taipei March 22, 2008. Chinese characters on the stage read "Treasure democracy, guard Taiwan". REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTION/
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March 22, 2008 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh react as they monitor the... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh react as they monitor ballot... 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh react as they monitor the ballot counting of Taiwan's presidential election that is broadcasted at Hsieh's campaign headquarters in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan voters cast their ballots on Saturday to elect a president who could usher in a new era in relations with political rival China in one of the hottest potential flashpoints in Asia. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
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March 22, 2008 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh react as they monitor the... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh monitor ballot counting in Taipei... 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh react as they monitor the ballot counting of Taiwan's presidential election that is broadcasted at Hsieh's campaign headquarters in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan voters cast their ballots on Saturday to elect a president who could usher in a new era in relations with political rival China in one of the hottest potential flashpoints in Asia. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
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March 22, 2008 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh monitor the ballot counting... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh monitor ballot counting in Taipei... 
Supporters of Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh monitor the ballot counting of Taiwan's presidential election broadcasted at Hsieh's campaign headquarters in Taipei March 22, 2008. Taiwan voters cast their ballots on Saturday to elect a president who could usher in a new era in relations with political rival China in one of the hottest potential flashpoints in Asia. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTION/
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March 22, 2008 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh comes out from a voting booth with his... 
Kaohsiung, Taiwan 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Hsieh comes out from a voting booth with his ballots... 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh comes out from a voting booth with his ballots at a polling station during Taiwan's presidential election in the southern city of Kaohsiung March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTION/
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March 22, 2008 
Residents and journalists listen to Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (R)... 
Kaohsiung, Taiwan 
Residents and journalists listen to Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh speak... 
Residents and journalists listen to Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (R) speak after Hsieh cast his vote at a polling station inside a school during Taiwan's presidential election in the southern city of Kaohsiung March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTIONS/
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March 22, 2008 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh walks past his wife Yu Fang-chih, coming... 
Kaohsiung, Taiwan 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh walks past wife Yu Fang-chih at polling... 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh walks past his wife Yu Fang-chih, coming out from a voting booth at a polling station, during Taiwan's presidential election in the southern city of Kaohsiung March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
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March 22, 2008 
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh casts his vote on the referendum... 
Kaohsiung, Taiwan 
DPP presidential candidate Hsieh casts his vote on the referendum on UN entry at a polling station in... 
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh casts his vote on the referendum on U.N. entry, held along side the Taiwan presidential election, as his wife Yu Fang-chih watches at a polling station in the southern city of Kaohsiung March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
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March 22, 2008 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh votes at a polling station during Taiwan's... 
Kaohsiung, Taiwan 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh votes at a polling station during Taiwan's... 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh votes at a polling station during Taiwan's presidential election in the southern city of Kaohsiung March 22, 2008.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (TAIWAN) 
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March 22, 2008 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh and his wife Yu Fang-chih cast their... 
Kaohsiung, Taiwan 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh and his wife Yu Fang-chih cast their... 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh and his wife Yu Fang-chih cast their ballots at a polling station during Taiwan's presidential election in the southern city of Kaohsiung March 22, 2008. REUTERS/Bobby Yip (TAIWAN) 
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March 22, 2008 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh leaves a polling booth at a polling station... 
Kaohsiung, Taiwan 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh leaves a polling booth at polling station... 
Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh leaves a polling booth at a polling station during Taiwan's presidential election in the southern city of Kaohsiung March 22, 2008.
REUTERS/Darren Whiteside (TAIWAN) 
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March 21, 2008 
A supporter of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporter of Taiwan's ruling DPP presidential candidate Hsieh holds up a placard during a night rally... 
A supporter of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh holds up a placard during a night rally in Taipei March 21, 2008. Taiwan goes to the polls on Saturday to elect a new president, its third in the island's brief democratic history, perhaps heralding a new era of improved trade ties with political archrival China regardless of who wins. The placard reads "No one-China market, care for Taiwan". REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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March 21, 2008 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling DPP presidential candidate Hsieh cheer during a night rally in Taipei 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer during a night rally in Taipei March 21, 2008. Taiwan goes to the polls on Saturday to elect a new president, its third in the island's brief democratic history, perhaps heralding a new era of improved trade ties with political archrival China regardless of who wins. The placard on the right reads "Taiwan will surely win" and the placard in the centre says "Turn the tables". REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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March 21, 2008 
A supporter of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporter of Taiwan's ruling DPP presidential candidate Hsieh places campaign flags on his collar during... 
A supporter of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh places campaign flags on his collar during a night rally in Taipei March 21, 2008. Taiwan goes to the polls on Saturday to elect a new president, its third in the island's brief democratic history, perhaps heralding a new era of improved trade ties with political archrival China regardless of who wins. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
TAIWAN-ELECTION/
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March 21, 2008 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling DPP presidential candidate Hsieh cheer during a night rally in Taipei 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer during a night rally in Taipei March 21, 2008. Taiwan goes to the polls on Saturday to elect a new president, its third in the island's brief democratic history, perhaps heralding a new era of improved trade ties with political archrival China regardless of who wins. The placard on the right reads "Taiwan will surely win" and the placard in the centre says "Turn the tables". REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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March 21, 2008 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh gestures during... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's ruling DPP presidential candidate Hsieh gestures during a night rally in Taipei 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh gestures during a night rally in Taipei March 21, 2008. Taiwan goes to the polls on Saturday to elect a new president, its third in the island's brief democratic history, perhaps heralding a new era of improved trade ties with political archrival China regardless of who wins. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh gestures during... 
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Taiwan's ruling DPP presidential candidate Hsieh gestures during a night rally in Taipei 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh gestures during a night rally in Taipei March 21, 2008. Taiwan goes to the polls on Saturday to elect a new president, its third in the island's brief democratic history, perhaps heralding a new era of improved trade ties with political archrival China regardless of who wins. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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March 21, 2008 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (L) and vice-presidential... 
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Taiwan's ruling DPP presidential candidate Hsieh and vice-presidential candiate Su hold candles during... 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (L) and vice-presidential candidate Su Tseng-chang hold candles and chant slogans during a night rally in Taipei March 21, 2008. Taiwan goes to the polls on Saturday to elect a new president, its third in the island's brief democratic history, perhaps heralding a new era of improved trade ties with political archrival China regardless of who wins. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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March 21, 2008 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (front) and vice-presidential... 
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Taiwan's ruling DPP presidential candidate Hsieh and vice-presidential candiate Su bow during a night... 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (front) and vice-presidential candidate Su Tseng-chang bow during a night rally in Taipei March 21, 2008. Taiwan goes to the polls on Saturday to elect a new president, its third in the island's brief democratic history, perhaps heralding a new era of improved trade ties with political archrival China regardless of who wins. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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March 21, 2008 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer... 
Taichung, Taiwan 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer... 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer and wave banners as he makes his address during a rally in Chiayi March 21, 2008. REUTERS/Russell Boyce (TAIWAN) 
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March 21, 2008 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (L)... 
Taichung, Taiwan 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party cheer and wave banners during rally in Chiayi... 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (L) are separated by a barrier as they cheer and wave banners at supporters of Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party (KMT) presidential candidate Ma Ying-jeou during a rally in Chiayi March 21, 2008. REUTERS/Russell Boyce (TAIWAN) 
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Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (C) makes his address... 
Taichung, Taiwan 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh makes his address... 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (C) makes his address during a rally in Chiayi March 21, 2008. REUTERS/Russell Boyce (TAIWAN) 
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March 21, 2008 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer... 
Taichung, Taiwan 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer... 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer and wave banners as he makes his address during a rally in Chiayi March 21, 2008. REUTERS/Russell Boyce (TAIWAN) 
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March 21, 2008 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer... 
Taichung, Taiwan 
Supporters of Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer and... 
Supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh cheer and wave banners during a rally in Chiayi March 21, 2008. REUTERS/Russell Boyce (TAIWAN) 
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March 21, 2008 
Riot police keep the supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate... 
Taichung, Taiwan 
Riot police separate supporters of Taiwan's ruling DPP and main opposition KMT during a rally in Chiayi... 
Riot police keep the supporters of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh separated from the supporters of Taiwan's main opposition Nationalist Party (KMT) presidential candidate Ma Ying-jeou during a rally in Chiayi March 21, 2008. REUTERS/Russell Boyce (TAIWAN) 
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