Majority of adults would take up arms if China invaded: survey

05/20/2022 10:03 PM
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Taipei, May 20 (CNA) More than half of the adults in Taiwan would be willing to take up arms if China attacked the country, a survey conducted and released by the Association of Chinese Elite Leadership (ACEL) suggested Friday.


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