Taiwan celebrates Oct. 10 or ‘Double 10 Day’

Today’s holiday marks the beginning of an uprising in central China in 1911 that led to the end of the last imperial dynasty. Though it had nothing to do with Taiwan, the day is a national holiday on the self-ruled island. Ashish Valentine reports that the holiday has new meaning this year, amid growing tensions with Beijing.

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