There is still five months to go until the election to head Taiwan’s main opposition party but already the race is shaping up to attract a big field.Whoever wins the chairmanship of the Beijing-friendly Kuomintang is expected to go on to become the party’s nominee for the island’s presidency in 2024 – or at the very least influence who that candidate will be.And unlike the two or three people usually vying for the position, incumbent chairman Johnny Chiang could be facing half a dozen…


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