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China: Taiwan opposition DPP strives for cross-strait consensus

Party leader addresses first of nine meetings to map out policy towards mainland

Taiwan’s opposition Democratic Progressive Party yesterday started the first of nine closed-door meetings designed to reach an internal consensus on the future direction of the party’s cross-strait policy. 458 more words

Taiwan opposition party blocks China reciprocal offices

Main opposition party says it will reject draft legislation that would allow semi-official bodies to open branches in Taiwan and on mainland

Taiwan’s main opposition… 996 more words

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Taiwan opposition party DPP to block reciprocal offices with China

Main opposition party says it will reject draft legislation that would allow semi-official bodies to open branches in Taiwan and on mainland

Taiwan’s main opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has pledged to stop Beijing-friendly President Ma Ying-jeou from allowing cross-strait semi-official organisations to set up reciprocal branch offices. 902 more words

Frank Hsieh Indirectly Accepts One China by His Constitutional Consensus

Singtao Daily says in its comprehensive report today that when Frank Hsieh Chang-ting, a heavyweight of Taiwan’s pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) met Wang Yi, chief of Taiwan Affairs Office of China’s State Council, he suggested replacing 1992 consensus with constitutional consensus. 426 more words

Taiwan DPP heavyweight arrives in Beijing

According to Singtao Daily, former Taiwanese Democratic Progressive Party chairman Frank Hsieh arrived in Beijing from Xiamen.

He was met at the airport by Liu Junchuan, chief of the Liaison bureau of the… 306 more words

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Quiet Reception as Taiwan Opposition-Party Heavyweight Visits China

When Lien Chan, then chairman of Taiwan’s Nationalist Party, visited China in 2005, he received a red-carpet treatment. Huge crowds greeted him, his every step followed… 931 more words

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Quick update on DPP election results and my thoughts

Not surprisingly, Su Tseng-chang got elected the party leader as he has got support from some county chiefs and 2 mayors as well as those who control a substantial number of nominal party members. 415 more words