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TAIPEI—When technology entrepreneur Schee Tzu-han convened a meetup early last month in the Taiwanese capital to talk about how citizens of the self-governing island should respond in the event of a Chinese invasion, fewer than 20 people showed up.
In the days since

Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, interest among Taiwanese in civil defense has reached “tsunami levels,” said Mr. Schee. More than 200 people have called or sent him messages seeking advice on first aid and physical training. “Everyone is aware of what’s happening in Ukraine,” he said.
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