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Taiwan hopes China can understand that its recognition of the historical fact that understandings were reached between the two sides in 1992 is an important and friendly declaration, a Taiwanese official said Friday.
 
Tsai rejects deadline for accepting '92 Consensus'
Claims that President Tsai Ing-wen rejected the "1992 Consensus" in an interview with the Washington Post were refuted by the Presidential Office Friday, which stressed that Tsai was only responding to the question at hand.
 
Tsai's interview answer is first public refusal to accept '1992 Consensus': Chinese media
Mainland Chinese media on Friday said President Tsai Ing-wen's response in an interview with The Washington Post was the first time she had "officially refused to accept the '1992 Consensus.'"
 
Mainland China 'unhappy' with tourist safety in Taiwan: official
Mainland China is "extremely dissatisfied" with Taiwan's safety measures for visiting mainland tourists, an official said Thursday, following the death of 26 people in a tour bus fire in Taoyuan.
 
Premier Lin Chuan (林全) on Thursday directed related agencies to re-examine low-cost tours for Chinese nationals, after 24 tourists from China were killed in a fire that broke out in their tour bus two days ago.
 
A day after inferno, mainland officials arrive
Mainland Chinese officials arrived in Taiwan Wednesday to facilitate humanitarian arrangements immediately following a deadly accident involving Chinese tourists in Taiwan on Tuesday.
 
The families of 24 mainland Chinese people killed in a tour bus blaze in Taiwan July 19 will arrive Thursday to deal with the aftermath of the tragedy, according to the Travel Agent Association of the Republic of China (Taiwan).
 
Taiwan has been dropped from two lists ranking the most popular summer destinations among mainland Chinese tourists, sparking speculation that Beijing ordered the removal.
 
Beijing said Tuesday that it will send a team to deal with the aftermath of a bus fire that killed 26 people, including 23 Chinese tourists and their Chinese guide, earlier in the day.
 
Fears of Chinese travel ban as Taiwan goes missing from top 10 destination lists
Taiwan has been dropped from two lists ranking the most popular summer destinations among mainland Chinese tourists, sparking speculation that Beijing ordered the removal.
 
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