Taiwan MP Wang Ting-Yu on China’s military drills near the island | China Tonight | ABC News

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Wang Ting-Yu is a member of the Taiwanese parliament and Taiwan’s Foreign Affairs and National Defence Committee. He spoke to China Tonight’s Stan Grant from Taipei about how people in Taiwan were feeling over the increased tension with China. Watch more from #ChinaTonight: https://bit.ly/3PWEMk0

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