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June, 28, 2016

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Chinese police want cooperation in pyramid scheme crackdown
Mainland Chinese police today called for more cooperation from Taiwan in cracking down on pyramid schemes run by Taiwanese in Guangxi province.
The justice minister-designate on Monday proposed establishing a mechanism with China for addressing criminal activity committed in a third country, in light of recent incidents in which Taiwanese telecom fraud suspects operating abroad were deported to China.
Hagel's hopes
Former U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel, seen in this picture talking to a Washington, D.C. correspondent of the Central News Agency, says he hopes both sides of the Taiwan Strait can address cross-strait issues peacefully and that that is the only meaningful way to go.
A National Chengchi University student studying in Turkey was recently issued a residence permit labelling him as mainland Chinese, Democratic Progressive Party lawmaker Hsu Chih-chieh (許智傑) said today.
DPP accepts 1992 meet, not Consensus
Former premier and Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) heavyweight Frank Hsieh (謝長廷) denied media reports on Wednesday that he had said he believed President-elect Tsai Ing-wen would leave out or deny the "1992 Consensus" in her inauguration speech on May 20.
The Cabinet expressed welcome Sunday for China's invitation of a delegation to the mainland for talks concerning Taiwanese nationals detained there, after 32 Taiwanese fraud suspects were deported from Malaysia to China the previous day.
Malaysia deports ROC suspects to China
Taipei lodged a protest with the Malaysian government for sending 32 Taiwanese phone fraud suspects to China on Saturday. Taiwan will send delegation to China in around a week.
The recent detention of a Taiwanese fishing boat by the Japanese authorities has underscored that if Taiwan were to give up the ace in its sleeve -- eased cross-Taiwan Strait relations -- it will be accorded less dignified treatment, a former national security official warned Saturday.
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A man from China's coastal Zhejiang Province landed on the Taiwan-controlled outlying island of Kinmen off the Chinese coast in a rubber boat early Thursday, claiming that he came seeking freedom.
President-elect Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) pledged Wednesday that her administration will promote ties with mainland China based on democratic principles and on Taiwanese public opinion.
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