Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou argues his case with reporters at the Presidential Office Building in Taipai, Taiwan on Aug. 28, 2015. Ma is finishing up his second four-year term in January, and his popularity has dropped amid concerns over Taiwan's economy. Many Taiwan voters, who will go to the polls on Jan. 16, see their country as being over-dependent on trade with mainland China and blame Ma's nationalist party for that predicament.
Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou argues his case with reporters at the Presidential Office Building in Taipai, Taiwan on Aug. 28, 2015. Ma is finishing up his second four-year term in January, and his popularity has dropped amid concerns over Taiwan's economy. Many Taiwan voters, who will go to the polls on Jan. 16, see their country as being over-dependent on trade with mainland China and blame Ma's nationalist party for that predicament. Stuart Leavenworth McClatchy
Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou argues his case with reporters at the Presidential Office Building in Taipai, Taiwan on Aug. 28, 2015. Ma is finishing up his second four-year term in January, and his popularity has dropped amid concerns over Taiwan's economy. Many Taiwan voters, who will go to the polls on Jan. 16, see their country as being over-dependent on trade with mainland China and blame Ma's nationalist party for that predicament. Stuart Leavenworth McClatchy

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