Guam’s Chinese community turns out for Taiwan president


Journal Staff

President Tsai Ing-wen of the Republic of China (Taiwan) visited Guam on Nov. 5 for what the governor’s office described as a “private and unofficial visit.” 

Nevertheless, Tsai was provided a police escort upon arrival on the island. 

Her motorcade went first to the Hyatt Regency Guam, where she was met by leading members of Guam’s Chinese community, with a banner and waving American and Taiwanese flags. 

In the afternoon, Gov. Edward B. Calvo, who had visited Taiwan the previous week, hosted what his office called . . .

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