72 Taiwan schools found to have signed 'inappropriate' study pledges
Taipei, March 17 (CNA) A total of 72 colleges and universities in Taiwan have signed pledges relating to the so-called "one China" consensus, the Ministry of Education said Friday, asking these institutes to stop such "inappropriate" behavior.
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