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  • Students from Taiwan visit Columbus, Ga.

    A delegation of students from Taiwan recently visited Columbus, Ga. to promote the Family Table World Peace Initiative of the Happy Home World Alliance International.

A delegation of students from Taiwan recently visited Columbus, Ga. to promote the Family Table World Peace Initiative of the Happy Home World Alliance International. Larry Gierer lgierer@ledger-enquirer.com
A delegation of students from Taiwan recently visited Columbus, Ga. to promote the Family Table World Peace Initiative of the Happy Home World Alliance International. Larry Gierer lgierer@ledger-enquirer.com

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