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A local travel agency catering to mainland Chinese tourists closed without notice Wednesday -- the first of such firms to go under since the new government took office.
No reply from China to city forum invite
None of the five Chinese cities invited to an international forum organized by Kaohsiung have provided a response on whether they will attend the event, the city's Deputy Mayor Hsu Li-ming said Wednesday.
New Taipei City Mayor Eric Chu (朱立倫) hosted a lunch with Shanghai delegation leader Sha Hailin (沙海林) Wednesday in Banqiao, on the heels of an official exchange in Taipei.
Ko calls for mutual understanding across strait
Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) called for mutual understanding between Taiwan and mainland China at a cross-strait forum that drew scattered protests in Taipei on Tuesday.
On the other side
Former Kuomintang party spokesman Yang Wei-chung (楊偉中) speaks at an interview at Pop Radio on Tuesday, Aug. 23.
Taipei Deputy Mayor Teng Chia-ji (鄧家基) said Tuesday at the opening of the annual Taipei-Shanghai forum that his city keeps pace with international standards of public order and has a vibrant democratic system.
Protesters congregate outside Shanghai-Taipei forum
Dozens of pro-independence supporters gathered today to protest Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je's attendance at a cross-strait cities forum with Shanghai delegation leader Sha Hailin.
Protesters greet Shanghai delegation
Cheers but mostly jeers greeted a visiting Shanghai delegation that took part in a cross-strait cities forum in Taipei Monday.
Taipei-Shanghai forum chance to break cross-strait impasse: Ko
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) on Monday hailed the upcoming twin-city forum between Taipei and Shanghai as an opportunity to break the stalemate in official cross-Taiwan Strait exchanges seen in recent months.
Shanghai providing support to Taipei Universiade: official
Shanghai has offered Taipei substantial support in the Taiwan capital's efforts to organize the 2017 Universiade and in sports in general, a mainland Chinese official said Sunday.
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