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In the days leading up to U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s controversial visit to Taiwan, there was a clear contrast between the perspective on the ground here and in Washington.

In the island democracy, life carried on as usual. The media focused on domestic news. Taiwanese officials said little about the issue, save Premier Su Tseng-chang telling reporters that Taiwan “warmly welcomes” foreign guests.

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