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Flights begin between Taiwan and Mainland China

Upfront Radio, Audio, Odette Keeley Posted: Jul 11, 2008

Editor's Note: Odette Keeley presents a round-up of views from the ethnic media. This week: Kai Ping Liu, deputy city editor of World Journal, [San Francisco] says that for the first time in about sixty years, China Southern Airlines and China Airlines began flights between Taiwan and Mainland China; Agustin Duran, reporter for La Opinion, [Los Angeles] says that the chances of prisoners once released and then being deported are less than they used to be in L.A.; Fariba Nawa, contributor for New America Media, [San Francisco] says with regard to the first major attack on an Indian mission abroad in Kabul and that American mainstream media is disingenuous when it shifts blame from Pakistan.

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