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Taiwan elections

Attacks continue as Taiwan's election campaign enters final stage

After four rocky years for Tsai, poll will decide future relationship with China

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen and Kuomintang candidate Han Kuo-yu speak at recent rallies in Taipei. (Nikkei montage/Akira Kodaka) 

TAIPEI -- The campaign for Taiwan's presidential election on Saturday has entered its final few days, with the three candidates holding a series of rallies across the island in last-ditch bids to secure support.

Incumbent Tsai Ing-wen from the China-skeptic Democratic Progressive Party is expected to see off challenges from Han Kuo-yu, the China-friendly Kuomintang's candidate, and People's First Party Chairman James Soong.

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