Taiwan's universities are on the verge of accepting Chinese students, with an agreement by one political party to stop trying to block legislation that would allow their enrollment, The Taipei Times reported. The admission of the students -- to both undergraduate and graduate programs -- will not affect the number of slots available to Taiwanese students.
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