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Only 3% of Taiwanese consider themselves Chinese: U.S. report

01/18/2024 02:19 PM
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More than two-thirds of Taiwanese people see themselves as primarily Taiwanese, while only a small number consider themselves primarily Chinese, according to a research report released by the United States Pew Research Center on Tuesday.


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