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Factbox: China's 2010 Census

China released its 2010 census results on Thursday, the first comprehensive review of the country's demographics in a decade. Full story

Taiwan official sentenced for spying for China

Taiwan's Defense Ministry says a military court has sentenced a defense intelligence official to life in prison for leaking secrets to China. Full story

China moderate named Taiwan opposition candidate

Taiwan opposition leader Tsai Ing-wen, who has moderated her party's policies toward mainland China, secured its presidential nomination Wednesday by narrowly winning an island-wide telephone poll. Full story

China military chief of general staff to visit US

The Chinese military's chief of general staff says he will visit the U.S. next month amid renewed calls for an end to American arms sales to Taiwan. Full story

Taiwanese President Ma to try for second term

Taiwan's president officially tossed his hat in the ring for a second four-year term Saturday, hoping a record of strong economic recovery and markedly improved ties with rival China will lead him to victory early next year. Full story

Torn pieces of ancient Chinese painting reunited

Two pieces of a torn 660-year-old Chinese painting held by Taiwan and mainland China will be reunited for the first time in centuries at an exhibit at Taiwan's national museum, in a sign of warming ties between the rivals. Full story

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