Man charged with anti-infiltration offenses for accepting Chinese donations
Taipei, March 4 (CNA) A man who ran unsuccessfully for ward chief in New Taipei last year was indicted on Saturday for contravening the Anti-Infiltration Act and other laws for accepting COVID-19 antigen rapid testing kits from a Chinese government agency in Fujian Province which he distributed among constituents.
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