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ARTE's Mit offenen Karten on Taiwan

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ARTE's Mit offenen Karten on Taiwan

Postby hansioux » 01 Jun 2015, 14:01

ARTE's a French/German channel. It used to show a lot of art films while it's showing in my region. They didn't have anything like this.

With Open Maps (Le Dessous Des Cartes in French, and Mit offenen Karten in German) is a show on geopolitics. They recently had an episode on Taiwan's status.

TAIWAN IN DER UNO?
http://ddc.arte.tv/unsere-karten/taiwan-in-der-uno

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Anyone shows where to find a online video of that episode?
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Re: ARTE's Mit offenen Karten on Taiwan

Postby M. Ando » 01 Jun 2015, 20:23

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Re: ARTE's Mit offenen Karten on Taiwan

Postby hansioux » 02 Jun 2015, 09:52

thanks!!
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