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Taiwan and Japan signed an agreement on Thursday to allow more young Taiwanese adults to apply for working holiday visas for Japan, while the annual quota for Japanese youth will remain the same.

In the absence of diplomatic ties, Taiwan-Japan Relations Association President Chiou I-jen and his Japanese counterpart, Mikio Numata, chairman of the Japan-Taiwan Exchange Association, signed the agreement at Japan’s de facto embassy in Taipei.

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