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Press Conference of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council on May.10

Updated: 05 15 , 2017 15:04
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Press Conference of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council on May.10

An Fengshan, spokeswoman of the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office (SCTAO), answers questions at a regular press conference on May.10,2017.

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