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The Taiwanese art world is finally challenging its regional rivals and is out to win
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Dominance of established parties is being eroded by non-traditional politicians
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Taipei has sustained centuries-old Chinese traditions of collecting and connoisseurship — upheld today by patrons like Robert Tsao
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President’s soft-pedalling on same-sex marriage disillusions progressive voters
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