Taiwan’s Opposition Picks Hou Yu-ih, a Moderate, for Presidential Race

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Once a dominant political force, Taiwan’s main opposition party lost the last two presidential elections in large part because it has promoted closer ties with China. Now, faced with voters who have been alarmed by Beijing’s aggression toward the island, the Kuomintang is placing its hopes on a new type of candidate: a popular local leader with a blank slate on the thorny question of China.

The Kuomintang, or Nationalist Party, on Wednesday nominated as its presidential candidate Hou…

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