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Members of the Formosa Melody Music Center of Yilan, Taiwan, bring traditional instruments and folk songs to Madera in a celebration of their sister city status. Yilan Mayor Curtis Tsung-Yuan Chiang also was in attendance. The group will perform a free concert at Madera South High School's Multipurpose Room on Tuesday, Aug. 16, at 6:30 p.m. SILVIA FLORES The Fresno Bee
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