In a business district a couple of miles from Vilnius’ Medieval Old Town, an office block sign lists organisations and companies working there. Nestled between a company called BaltCap and the big accountancy firm Price water house Coopers is the Taiwanese Representative Office in Lithuania, a building which has lit a spark, pitting tiny Lithuania against China.
Taiwan has many similar offices around the world, but they are designated only under the capital city, Taipei, as opposed to the island territory, Taiwan, which resonates far more as the rebel independent nation that China constantly threatens to recover. […]
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