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June 25, 2013 
Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng (3rd L) and his wife Yuan Weijing (C) visit Jing-mei Human Rights Memorial... 
NEW TAIPEI CITY, Taiwan 
Chinese dissident Chen and his wife visit Jing-mei Human Rights Memorial and Cultural Park with Taiwan's... 
Chinese dissident Chen Guangcheng (3rd L) and his wife Yuan Weijing (C) visit Jing-mei Human Rights Memorial and Cultural Park with Taiwan's former Vice President Annette Lu (center R) in New Taipei City June 25, 2013. Jing-mei Human Rights Memorial and Cultural Park used to be military court and prison where political prisoners were detained during Taiwan's martial law period from 1949 to 1987, said a park official. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY) 
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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 
Former Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu (3rd L) joins supporters of the opposition Democratic Progressive... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Former Taiwan Vice President Lu joins supporters of the opposition DPP during a mass protest against... 
Former Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu (3rd L) joins supporters of the opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) during a mass protest against Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou in Taipei May 17, 2009. The DPP led a march with an expected turnout of 300,000 through downtown Taipei on Sunday against Ma's China-friendly policies. A further 100,000 are set to attend an all-night sit-in outside the presidential office after the rally. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN POLITICS CONFLICT) 
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January 08, 2009 
Actress Hu Ting-ting smiles during a news conference for the film "Ballistic" in Taipei January 8, 2009.... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Actress Hu Ting-ting smiles during a news conference for the film "Ballistic" in Taiwan 
Actress Hu Ting-ting smiles during a news conference for the film "Ballistic" in Taipei January 8, 2009. As Taiwan ex-president Chen Shui-bian waits behind bars for a graft trial after losing an appeal for release, a film about his controversial election eve shooting will debut on the island this week. The Hong Kong action movie "Ballistic" uses a fictional plot to revisit March 19, 2004, when incumbent Chen and his running mate Annette Lu were shot and slightly injured during a campaign rally in southern Taiwan. They won the race a day later. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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January 08, 2009 
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" (L to R) Chang Hsiao-chuan, Hu Ting-ting, Shen Meng-sheng, Ko Chun-hsiung... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" pose for photographers during a news conference in Taiwan 
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" (L to R) Chang Hsiao-chuan, Hu Ting-ting, Shen Meng-sheng, Ko Chun-hsiung and Zhang Guozhu pose for photographers during a news conference in Taipei January 8, 2009. As Taiwan ex-president Chen Shui-bian waits behind bars for a graft trial after losing an appeal for release, a film about his controversial election eve shooting will debut on the island this week. The Hong Kong action movie "Ballistic" uses a fictional plot to revisit March 19, 2004, when incumbent Chen and his running mate Annette Lu were shot and slightly injured during a campaign rally in southern Taiwan. They won the race a day later. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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January 08, 2009 
Actress Hu Ting-ting poses for photographers during a news conference for the film "Ballistic" in Taipei... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Actress Hu Ting-ting poses for photographers during a news conference for the film "Ballistic" in Taipei... 
Actress Hu Ting-ting poses for photographers during a news conference for the film "Ballistic" in Taipei January 8, 2009. As Taiwan ex-president Chen Shui-bian waits behind bars for a graft trial after losing an appeal for release, a film about his controversial election eve shooting will debut on the island this week. The Hong Kong action movie "Ballistic" uses a fictional plot to revisit March 19, 2004, when incumbent Chen and his running mate Annette Lu were shot and slightly injured during a campaign rally in southern Taiwan. They won the race a day later. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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January 08, 2009 
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" Chang Hsiao-chuan (L) and Hu Ting-ting pose for photographers during... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" Chang and Hu pose for photographers during a news conference in... 
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" Chang Hsiao-chuan (L) and Hu Ting-ting pose for photographers during a news conference in Taipei January 8, 2009. As Taiwan ex-president Chen Shui-bian waits behind bars for a graft trial after losing an appeal for release, a film about his controversial election eve shooting will debut on the island this week. The Hong Kong action movie "Ballistic" uses a fictional plot to revisit March 19, 2004, when incumbent Chen and his running mate Annette Lu were shot and slightly injured during a campaign rally in southern Taiwan. They won the race a day later. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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January 08, 2009 
Actor Shen Meng-sheng, who acts as "President Xiong" in the movie "Ballistic", poses for photographers... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Actor Shen Meng-sheng, who acts as "President Xiong" in the movie "Ballistic", poses for photographers... 
Actor Shen Meng-sheng, who acts as "President Xiong" in the movie "Ballistic", poses for photographers during a news conference for the film in Taipei January 8, 2009. As Taiwan ex-president Chen Shui-bian waits behind bars for a graft trial after losing an appeal for release, a film about his controversial election eve shooting will debut on the island this week. The Hong Kong action movie "Ballistic" uses a fictional plot to revisit March 19, 2004, when incumbent Chen and his running mate Annette Lu were shot and slightly injured during a campaign rally in southern Taiwan. They won the race a day later. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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January 08, 2009 
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" (L to R) Chang Hsiao-chuan, Hu Ting-ting, Shen Meng-sheng, Ko Chun-hsiung... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" pose for photographers during a news conference in Taipei 
Cast members of the film "Ballistic" (L to R) Chang Hsiao-chuan, Hu Ting-ting, Shen Meng-sheng, Ko Chun-hsiung and Zhang Guozhu pose for photographers during a news conference in Taipei January 8, 2009. As Taiwan ex-president Chen Shui-bian waits behind bars for a graft trial after losing an appeal for release, a film about his controversial election eve shooting will debut on the island this week. The Hong Kong action movie "Ballistic" uses a fictional plot to revisit March 19, 2004, when incumbent Chen and his running mate Annette Lu were shot and slightly injured during a campaign rally in southern Taiwan. They won the race a day later. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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January 08, 2009 
Actor Shen Meng-sheng (R) mimicks Taiwan's ex-president Chen Shui-bian as actor Chang Hsiao-chuan (L)... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Actor Shen mimicks Taiwan's ex-president Chen during a news conference for the film "Ballistic" in Taipei... 
Actor Shen Meng-sheng (R) mimicks Taiwan's ex-president Chen Shui-bian as actor Chang Hsiao-chuan (L) and actress Hu Ting-ting smile during a news conference for the film "Ballistic" in Taipei January 8, 2009. As Chen waits behind bars for a graft trial after losing an appeal for release, a film about his controversial election eve shooting will debut on the island this week. The Hong Kong action movie "Ballistic" uses a fictional plot to revisit March 19, 2004, when incumbent Chen and his running mate Annette Lu were shot and slightly injured during a campaign rally in southern Taiwan. They won the race a day later. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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January 14, 2008 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate and new Chairman Frank Hsieh... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's DPP presidential candidate and new Chairman Hsieh walks with Vice-President Lu at party headquarters... 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate and new Chairman Frank Hsieh (L) walks with Vice-President Annette Lu at party headquarters in Taipei January 14, 2008. Hsieh announced on Monday that he would take over as DPP chairman, according to local media. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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January 14, 2008 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate and new Chairman Frank Hsieh... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's DPP presidential candidate and new Chairman Hsieh walks with Vice-President Lu at party headquarters... 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate and new Chairman Frank Hsieh (L) walks with Vice-President Annette Lu at party headquarters in Taipei January 14, 2008. Hsieh announced on Monday that he would take over as DPP chairman, according to local media. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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November 19, 2007 
Supporters of Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu (C) chant slogans as Lu arrives for her hearing at the... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Supporters of Taiwan Vice President Lu chant slogans as Lu arrives for her hearing at the Supreme Court... 
Supporters of Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu (C) chant slogans as Lu arrives for her hearing at the Supreme Court in Taipei November 19, 2007. Lu denied charges on Monday that she misused a special allowance and hit out at what she called an inconsistent justice system. REUTERS/Steve Chen (TAIWAN) 
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November 19, 2007 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu (C) arrives for her hearing at the Supreme Court in Taipei November... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan Vice President Lu arrives for her hearing at the Supreme Court in Taiwan 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu (C) arrives for her hearing at the Supreme Court in Taipei November 19, 2007. Lu denied charges on Monday that she misused a special allowance and hit out at what she called an inconsistent justice system. REUTERS/Steve Chen (TAIWAN) 
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November 03, 2007 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (2nd L) and his... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party presidential candidate Frank Hsieh holds torch in Taipei... 
Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Frank Hsieh (2nd L) and his running mate Su Tseng-chang (L), President Chen Shui-bian (2nd R), Vice President Annette Lu (R) hold torches during the closing ceremony of the torch relay held to garner support for Taiwan's bid into the UN in Taipei November 3, 2007. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN) 
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October 31, 2007 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian (R) and Vice President Annette Lu (L) raise their hands during a rally... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian and Vice President Annette Lu raise their hands during a rally in Taipei... 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian (R) and Vice President Annette Lu (L) raise their hands during a rally supporting the ruling Democratic Progressive Party's call to enter the United Nations in Taipei October 31, 2007. DPP has gathered more than two million signatures to petition for a referendum on Taiwan's entry into the United Nations. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN) 
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October 24, 2007 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian (L) and Vice President Annette Lu hold torches in Taipei October 24,... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian (L) and Vice President Annette Lu hold torches in Taipei 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian (L) and Vice President Annette Lu hold torches in Taipei October 24, 2007 during a torch relay held to garner support for Taiwan's bid into the UN. The round-the-island relay started from Taipei on Wednesday and will last 11 days. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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September 15, 2007 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Vice-presidential candidate Su Tseng-chang, DPP Presidential... 
Kaohsiung, Taiwan 
Officials join hands during a rally titled "U.N. for Taiwan" in Kaohsiung 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Vice-presidential candidate Su Tseng-chang, DPP Presidential candidate Frank Hsieh, President Chen Shui-bian, Vice President Annette Lu and DPP Chairman Yu Shyi-kun (L-R) join hands during a rally titled "U.N. for Taiwan" in Kaohsiung September 15, 2007. About 250,000 people demonstrated in two Taiwan cities on Saturday to back the island's doomed efforts at securing United Nations membership, a move condemned by rival Beijing and rejected by ally Washington. REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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September 15, 2007 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Presidential candidate Frank Hsieh, President Chen Shui-bian... 
Kaohsiung, Taiwan 
Taiwan's DPP Presidential candidate Hsieh, President Chen and Vice-President Lu attend a rally march... 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Presidential candidate Frank Hsieh, President Chen Shui-bian and Vice-President Annette Lu (L-R) attend a rally march titled "U.N. for Taiwan" in Kaohsiung September 15, 2007. Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party and opposition Kuomintang party rallied supporters in separate events on Saturday to support the island's bid into the United Nations. The full banner reads, "Hold hands Taiwan, Towards the United Nations". REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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September 15, 2007 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Vice-presidential candidate Su Tseng-chang, DPP Presidential... 
Kaohsiung, Taiwan 
Taiwan's DPP vice-presidential candidate Su, DPP presidential candidate Hsieh, President Chen and Vice-President... 
Taiwan's Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Vice-presidential candidate Su Tseng-chang, DPP Presidential candidate Frank Hsieh, President Chen Shui-bian and Vice-President Annette Lu (L-R) chat before a rally march titled "U.N. for Taiwan" in Kaohsiung September 15, 2007. Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party and opposition Kuomintang party rallied supporters in separate events on Saturday to support the island's bid into the United Nations. The full banner reads, "Hold hands Taiwan, Towards the United Nations". REUTERS/Nicky Loh (TAIWAN) 
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September 03, 2007 
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L), accompanied by Vice President Annette Lu, walks into the hall of... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian, accompanied by Vice President Annette Lu, walks into the hall of the... 
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L), accompanied by Vice President Annette Lu, walks into the hall of the Martyrs Shrine in suburban Taiwan September 3, 2007, to pay respect to the soldiers and police who died for the country and people REUTERS/Patrick Lin/Pool (TAIWAN) 
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August 22, 2007 
Yu Chien-kuo (L), captain of the China Airlines' Boeing 737-800 that caught fire after landing in Okinawa,... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Yu, captain of the China Airlines' Boeing 737-800 that caught fire after landing in Okinawa, receives... 
Yu Chien-kuo (L), captain of the China Airlines' Boeing 737-800 that caught fire after landing in Okinawa, receives a gift from Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu Hsiu-lien at the Presidential House in Taipei August 22, 2007. A plane belonging to Taiwan's China Airlines Ltd. exploded and caught fire soon after landing on Japan's southern island of Okinawa on Monday, but officials said all 165 people on board had escaped safely. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN) 
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August 06, 2007 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Hsiu-lien Lu speaks to the media during a tea reception in Taipei August... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's Vice President Lu speaks to the media during a tea reception in Taipei 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Hsiu-lien Lu speaks to the media during a tea reception in Taipei August 6, 2007. A portrait of Sun Yat-sen who founded the Nationalist Party which ran China until 1949 and is now Taiwan's major opposition party is seen in the background. REUTERS/Pichi Chuang (TAIWAN) 
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July 12, 2007 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu (3rd L) visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua... 
Antigua, Guatemala 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu (3rd L) visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua July 12, 2007. Lu is on a four-nation tour to firm up ties with the island's few remaining allies in Latin America. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA) 
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July 12, 2007 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu (C) visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua July... 
Antigua, Guatemala 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu (C) visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua July 12, 2007. Lu is on a four-nation tour to firm up ties with the island's few remaining allies in Latin America. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA) 
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July 12, 2007 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua July... 
Antigua, Guatemala 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua July 12, 2007. Lu is on a four-nation tour to firm up ties with the island's few remaining allies in Latin America. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA) 
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July 12, 2007 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu (C) visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua July... 
Antigua, Guatemala 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu (C) visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua July 12, 2007. Lu is on a four-nation tour to firm up ties with the island's few remaining allies in Latin America. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA) 
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July 12, 2007 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua July... 
Antigua, Guatemala 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua July 12, 2007. Lu is on a four-nation tour to firm up ties with the island's few remaining allies in Latin America. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA) 
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July 12, 2007 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua July... 
Antigua, Guatemala 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu visits the historical convent of 'Las Capuchinas' in Antigua July 12, 2007. Lu is on a four-nation tour to firm up ties with the island's few remaining allies in Latin America. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA) 
GUATEMALA-TAIWAN/
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July 10, 2007 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu (L) and Guatemala's President Oscar Berger attend a news conference... 
Guatemala City, Guatemala 
Taiwan's Vice President Lu and Guatemala's President Berger attend a news conference in Guatemala City... 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu (L) and Guatemala's President Oscar Berger attend a news conference in Guatemala City July 10, 2007. REUTERS/Carlos Duarte (GUATEMALA) 
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July 10, 2007 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Hsiu-lien Lu waves upon her arrival in Guatemala City July 9, 2007. Vice... 
Guatemala City, Guatemala 
Taiwan's Vice President Lu waves upon her arrival in Guatemala City 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Hsiu-lien Lu waves upon her arrival in Guatemala City July 9, 2007. Vice President Lu is on a three-day official visit to Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA) 
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July 10, 2007 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Hsiu-lien Lu (C) is welcomed upon her arrival in Guatemala City July... 
Guatemala City, Guatemala 
Taiwan's Vice President Lu is welcomed upon her arrival in Guatemala City 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Hsiu-lien Lu (C) is welcomed upon her arrival in Guatemala City July 9, 2007. Vice President Lu is on a three-day official visit to Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA) 
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July 10, 2007 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Hsiu-lien Lu (C) is welcomed upon her arrival in Guatemala City July... 
Guatemala City, Guatemala 
Taiwan's Vice President Lu is welcomed upon her arrival in Guatemala City 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Hsiu-lien Lu (C) is welcomed upon her arrival in Guatemala City July 9, 2007. Vice President Lu is on a three-day official visit to Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA) 
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July 10, 2007 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Hsiu-lien Lu (R) is welcomed upon her arrival in Guatemala City July... 
Guatemala City, Guatemala 
Taiwan's Vice President Lu is welcomed upon her arrival in Guatemala City 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Hsiu-lien Lu (R) is welcomed upon her arrival in Guatemala City July 9, 2007. Vice President Lu is on a three-day official visit to Guatemala. REUTERS/Daniel LeClair (GUATEMALA) 
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May 21, 2007 
New Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) bows as outgoing Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) and Vice President... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's new Premier Chang bows as outgoing Premier Su and Vice President Lu watch in Taipei 
New Taiwan Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) bows as outgoing Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) and Vice President Annette Lu watch during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. The new Taiwan premier, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su, who announced on May 12 he would resign. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
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May 21, 2007 
Taiwan's new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) delivers a speech as outgoing Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) and... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Taiwan's new Premier Chang delivers a speech as outgoing Premier Su and Vice President Lu listen 
Taiwan's new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) delivers a speech as outgoing Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) and Vice President Annette Lu listen during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. Taiwan's new premier, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su, who announced on May 12 he would resign. In the background is a picture of Sun Yat-sen, the founding father of Taiwan. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
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May 21, 2007 
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang in Taipei 
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) as Vice President Annette Lu looks on during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. Taiwan's new premier, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su, who announced on May 12 he would resign. In the background is a picture of Sun Yat-sen, the founding father of Taiwan. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
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May 21, 2007 
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang in Taipei 
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) as Vice President Annette Lu looks on during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. Taiwan's new premier, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su, who announced on May 12 he would resign. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
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May 21, 2007 
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) shakes hands with new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) as Vice... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su hands over the official seal to new Premier Chang in Taipei 
Outgoing Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) shakes hands with new Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) as Vice President Annette Lu looks on during a handover ceremony in Taipei May 21, 2007. Taiwan's new premier, the fifth to govern the politically turbulent island, took office on Monday with a pledge to serve as a "bridge over troubled waters" during the final year of Chen Shui-bian's presidential term. Chang, 69, also the president's first ruling party premier six years ago, took over from Su, who announced on May 12 he would resign. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
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May 14, 2007 
Newly-appointed Taiwanese Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) makes a statement as Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Newly-appointed Taiwanese Premier Chang makes statement as President Chen and Vice President Lu listen... 
Newly-appointed Taiwanese Premier Chang Chun-hsiung (R) makes a statement as Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (C) and Vice President Annette Lu listen during a news conference in Taipei May 14, 2007. Taiwan has named its top China negotiator Chang as its next premier, after Su Tseng-chang made a surprise announcement to step down over the weekend, President Chen said on Monday. Chang, who had been a premier before under the Chen administration, is chairman of the Straits Exchange Foundation, a semi-official organisation that is in charge of negotiations with China. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
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May 07, 2007 
(L-R) Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) chairman Yu Shyi-kun, former Taiwan Premier Frank Hsieh, Vice... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
DPP chairman Yu, Hsieh, Lu, Su and Chai walk together in Taipei 
(L-R) Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) chairman Yu Shyi-kun, former Taiwan Premier Frank Hsieh, Vice President Annette Lu, current Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang and acting DPP chairman Chai Trong walk together before a news conference in Taipei May 7, 2007. Taiwan's ruling DPP has picked Hsieh, who is seen as more eager to improve ties with arch rival China, to run for the presidency next year. REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
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May 07, 2007 
Former Taiwan Premier Frank Hsieh (2nd L) shakes hands with current Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (R)... 
Taipei, Taiwan 
Former Taiwan Premier Frank Hsieh shakes hands with Su Tseng-chang in Taipei 
Former Taiwan Premier Frank Hsieh (2nd L) shakes hands with current Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (R) after a news conference in Taipei May 7, 2007. Taiwan's ruling DPP has picked former Premier Frank Hsieh, who is seen as more eager to improve ties with arch rival China, to run for the presidency next year. At left is Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) chairman Yu Shyi-kun, acting DPP chairman Chai Trong (C), and Vice President Annette Lu (2nd R). REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
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May 07, 2007 
(L-R) Former Taiwan Premier Frank Hsieh, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) chairman Yu Shyi-kun, acting... 
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Former Taiwan Premier Hsieh, Yu, Chai, Lu, and Su join hands in Taipei 
(L-R) Former Taiwan Premier Frank Hsieh, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) chairman Yu Shyi-kun, acting DPP chairman Chai Trong, Vice President Annette Lu, and current Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang join hands during a news conference in Taipei May 7, 2007. Taiwan's ruling DPP has picked Hsieh, who is seen as more eager to improve ties with arch rival China, to run for the presidency next year. The words behind him read "to win the presidency, to gain a majority in the Legislature". REUTERS/Claro Cortes IV (TAIWAN) 
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March 06, 2007 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu speaks at a news conference in Taipei March 6, 2007. Lu said she will... 
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Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu speaks at a news conference in Taipei 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu speaks at a news conference in Taipei March 6, 2007. Lu said she will seek her party's nomination for the 2008 presidential elections. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
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March 06, 2007 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu speaks at a news conference in Taipei March 6, 2007. Lu said she will... 
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Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu speaks at a news conference in Taipei 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu speaks at a news conference in Taipei March 6, 2007. Lu said she will seek her party's nomination for the 2008 presidential elections. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
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March 06, 2007 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu speaks at a news conference in Taipei March 6, 2007. Lu said she will... 
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Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu speaks at a news conference in Taipei 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu speaks at a news conference in Taipei March 6, 2007. Lu said she will seek her party's nomination for the 2008 presidential elections. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
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February 28, 2007 
(L-R) Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang , Vice-President Annette Lu and President Chen Shui-bian observe... 
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Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang , Vice-President Annette Lu and President Chen Shui-bian observe a moment... 
(L-R) Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang , Vice-President Annette Lu and President Chen Shui-bian observe a moment of silence during a ceremony in Taipei February 28, 2007, to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the February 28 incident, a crackdown by Chinese troops on the island in 1947 that killed thousands of Taiwanese. Chen, on behalf of the government, apologised to relatives of the victims for the incident. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
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January 01, 2007 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian (R) and Vice President Annette Lu attend a flag-raising ceremony in... 
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Taiwan's President Chen and Vice President Lu attend a flag-raising ceremony in Taipei 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian (R) and Vice President Annette Lu attend a flag-raising ceremony in Taipei, January 1, 2007. Taiwan holds a flag-raising ceremony on the morning of January 1 every year. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN) 
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January 01, 2007 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian (L) and Vice President Annette Lu attend a flag-raising ceremony in... 
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Taiwan's President Chen and Vice President Lu attend a flag-raising ceremony in Taipei 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian (L) and Vice President Annette Lu attend a flag-raising ceremony in Taipei, January 1, 2007. Taiwan holds a flag-raising ceremony on the morning of January 1 every year. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN) 
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December 27, 2006 
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian shakes hands with a commissioned officer as Vice President Annette Lu... 
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Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian shakes hands with a commissioned officer in Taipei 
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian shakes hands with a commissioned officer as Vice President Annette Lu looks on during a military ceremony in Taipei December 27, 2006. The ceremony was held to mark the promotion of military officials. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN) 
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December 03, 2006 
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (3rd L) holds hands with Vice-President Annette Lu (4th L) and Chen Chu... 
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Taiwan President Chen holds hands with Vice-President Lu and Kaohsiung's mayoral candidate Chen during... 
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (3rd L) holds hands with Vice-President Annette Lu (4th L) and Chen Chu (2nd L), Kaohsiung's mayoral candidate, during a Kaohsiung's mayoral campaign rally in Kaohsiung, southern Taiwan December 3, 2006. REUTERS/Frank Lin (TAIWAN) 
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September 30, 2006 
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) and Vice President Annette Lu wave to supporters during a rally in... 
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Taiwan President Chen and Vice President Lu wave to supporters during rally in Kaohsiung city 
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (L) and Vice President Annette Lu wave to supporters during a rally in the southern Kaohsiung city to celebrate the DPP party's 20th anniversary, September 30, 2006. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
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September 30, 2006 
Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (R), Kaohsiung mayor candidate Chen Chu (2nd R), Vice President Annette... 
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Taiwan Premier Su, Kaohsiung mayor candidate Chen, Vice President Lu and chairman of ruling DPP Yu rally... 
Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (R), Kaohsiung mayor candidate Chen Chu (2nd R), Vice President Annette Lu and chairman of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Yu Shyi-kun (L) rally with supporters during the celebration of DPP's 20th anniversary in southern Kaohsiung city September 30, 2006. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
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September 28, 2006 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian (R) and Vice President Annette Lu attend the anniversary ceremony of... 
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Taiwan's President Chen and Vice President Lu attend the anniversary ceremony of the ruling Democratic... 
Taiwan's President Chen Shui-bian (R) and Vice President Annette Lu attend the anniversary ceremony of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party in Taipei September 28, 2006. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN) 
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September 06, 2006 
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (R) shakes hands with Vice President Annette Lu as Premier Su Tseng-chang... 
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Chen Shui-bian shakes hands with Annette Lu as Su Tseng-chang looks on at the Taipei Sung Shan air force... 
Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian (R) shakes hands with Vice President Annette Lu as Premier Su Tseng-chang (L) looks on at the Taipei Sung Shan air force base September 6, 2006. Chen was returning from a four-day trip to the Pacific islands of Palau and Nauru. REUTERS/Jameson Wu (TAIWAN) 
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August 30, 2006 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu smiles during an interview with Reuters in Taipei August 30, 2006. REUTERS/Richard... 
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Taiwan Vice President Lu smiles during interview with Reuters in Taipei 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu smiles during an interview with Reuters in Taipei August 30, 2006. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
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August 30, 2006 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu smiles during an interview with Reuters in Taipei August 30, 2006. REUTERS/Richard... 
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Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu smiles during interview with Reuters in Taipei 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu smiles during an interview with Reuters in Taipei August 30, 2006. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
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August 30, 2006 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu gestures during an interview with Reuters in Taipei, August 30, 2006.... 
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Taiwan Vice President Lu gestures during interview with Reuters in Taipei 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu gestures during an interview with Reuters in Taipei, August 30, 2006. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
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August 30, 2006 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu smiles during an interview with Reuters in Taipei, August 30, 2006.... 
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Taiwan Vice President Lu smiles during interview with Reuters in Taipei 
Taiwan Vice President Annette Lu smiles during an interview with Reuters in Taipei, August 30, 2006. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
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August 14, 2006 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu delivers a speech during the first anniversary celebration for the... 
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Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu delivers a speech in Taipei 
Taiwan's Vice President Annette Lu delivers a speech during the first anniversary celebration for the Democratic Pacific Union in Taipei on August 14, 2006. REUTERS/Richard Chung (TAIWAN) 
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