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    To date

    To date democratisation in Taiwan has remained a beautiful flower in the Greater China.

    Does "to date" mean "today?"

    Thank you in advance! :P

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    Re: To date

    Quote Originally Posted by bread
    To date democratisation in Taiwan has remained a beautiful flower in the Greater China.

    Does "to date" mean "today?"

    Thank you in advance! :P
    "To date" refers to the time up to today. :wink:

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