Saturday, April 12, 2014
The recent student-led protests have elicited different views within Taiwan's main opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) on what the movement means for the party's policy toward China, with some questioning the growing opinion that the party should adopt a softer line.
Beijing has taken a rational view of the recent protests in Taiwan against the Cross-Strait Trade in Services Agreement and has not exerted any pressure on Taipei on the matter, Mainland Affairs Council Minister Wang Yu-chi said yesterday.
Friday, April 11, 2014
Zhang Zhijun, Minister of Beijing's Taiwan Affairs Office under the State Council, believes that the recent Sunflower student movement has given him more reason to come to Taiwan, and he hopes to make a visit before the end of June, he said yesterday.
Thursday, April 10, 2014
A former vice president of the World Bank wanted in Taiwan as a defector indicated his support Wednesday for Taiwan's pursuit of freer trade for the sake of growth.
Former Vice President Vincent Siew headed yesterday for China's Hainan Province, where he will attend this year's Boao Forum for Asia annual conference that will run through Friday.
Wednesday, April 9, 2014
Former Taiwan Vice President Vincent Siew is expected to meet with China's premier Li Keqiang at the Boao Forum for Asia on Thursday.
Tuesday, April 8, 2014
A number of Chinese groups have canceled or postponed scheduled visits to Taiwan amid controversy over the cross-Taiwan Strait trade-in-services agreement, sources said Monday.
Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei has voiced his support for Taiwanese student protesters leading a movement against a disputed trade-in-services pact with China, praising them as “educated, well-mannered and rational.”2 Comments
Sunday, April 6, 2014
Former Vice President Vincent Siew is expected to meet with Chinese Premier Li Keqiang at a forum in China later this week amid strong protests in Taiwan against a cross-strait trade pact.
Friday, April 4, 2014
Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) Minister Wang Yu-chi (王郁琦) yesterday commented on the student-favored version of a draft bill for the closer monitoring of agreements signed between Taiwan and mainland China, saying that it has constitutional issues.1 Comment