China’s civil aviation authority in April asked 44 foreign airlines to remove wording suggesting Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau were countries independent from China. Photo: AP China’s civil aviation authority in April asked 44 foreign airlines to remove wording suggesting Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau were countries independent from China. Photo: AP
China’s civil aviation authority in April asked 44 foreign airlines to remove wording suggesting Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau were countries independent from China. Photo: AP
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China’s civil aviation authority in April asked 44 foreign airlines to remove wording suggesting Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau were countries independent from China. Photo: AP China’s civil aviation authority in April asked 44 foreign airlines to remove wording suggesting Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau were countries independent from China. Photo: AP
China’s civil aviation authority in April asked 44 foreign airlines to remove wording suggesting Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau were countries independent from China. Photo: AP
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