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Association of East Asian Relations

Association of East Asian Relations
亞東關係協會
Yà dōng guānxì xiéhuì
Agency overview
Agency executive

Association of East Asian Relations (Chinese: 亞東關係協會; pinyin: Yàdōng Guānxì Xiéhuì) is a non-governmental agency of the Republic of China to handle the matters concerning the interests of the Republic of China and Japan. It was established after the government of the Republic of China and Japan severed their diplomatic relations in 1972. Its Japanese counterpart is Interchange Association of Japan. It has liaison offices in Tokyo, Osaka and Fukuoka and branches of the Tokyo Office in Yokohama, Naha and Sapporo.[1]

In 1992, the name of liaison offices were changed to Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office.[2]

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