Date: January 13, 2016
An ROC presidential election roundtable involving local
academics and representatives of Taiwan’s three main political parties took place Jan. 12 in Taipei City.
Organized by International Community Radio Taipei, the one-day event addressed key issues shaping the Jan. 16 race for the nation’s top job. It also provided the opportunity for members of the international media and foreigners residing in Taiwan to better understand the policy platforms of the three candidates and implications of possible results.
Eric Huang, international spokesman for the campaign of ruling Kuomintang candidate Eric Chu, said the KMT chairman is gaining momentum in the contest despite his late start. [FULL STORY]