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Taiwan’s representative in Washington Stanley Kao is optimistic in the age of coronavirus

But from an official U.S. perspective, he isn’t actually an ambassador. Instead, as representative for the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office, he’s a diplomat in a de facto sense, working out of a relatively modest Tenleytown office. Despite the chaos caused by the coronavirus, Kao feels optimistic about Taiwan’s place in the world and, […]

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Boris is ‘not out of the woods’ and ‘almost took one for the team’, says father Stanley

The Philippines has banned doctors, nurses and other health workers from leaving the country to work overseas in a bid to throw more resources at its own coronavirus outbreak, reports Patrick Sawer. With the pandemic threatening to overwhelm Phillipine’s fragile healthcare system the Government says it requires all available medics and support staff to remain […]

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‘Stache Stampede’ had extra giddy up in Stanley Park for mental health

A day after competing in June’s 5-mile Italy Run in humid New York City’s undulating Central Park, I swapped runners for loafers and paid an emotional and unforgettable visit to ground zero. I expected tears, photos, prayers and protests at the massive site where the world as we knew it stopped turning on 9/11. But […]

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