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Prosecutors retrace steps of suspected Chinese spy

UNDER SUSPICION The chairman of a Chinese high-tech firm was taken into custody after taking pictures at a military recruitment center in Taipei on Monday

By Rich Chang, Shelley Huang and Jimmy Chuang  /  STAFF REPORTERS

“Perhaps the government should rename Chiashan air force base as Chiashan sightseeing spot,” she added.

Yeh said Taiwan could not rely on President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) to protect the country.

But Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) Legislator Lin Yu-fang (林郁方), a member of the Foreign and National Defense Committee, downplayed the possible impact on national security.

Lin urged the public to remain alert, but not to worry.

“Military facilities that perform classified duties are usually hidden somewhere,” he said.

“Many military facilities of real importance are either underground, hidden in caves or in forests,” Lin said.

ADDITIONAL REPORTING BY FLORA WANG

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