September 4, 2015


Analysis

Move China and Taiwan to find common ground

Wang Yu-chi, front centre in sun glasses, head of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council, poses for photos with other officials during a visit to the Mausoleum of Sun Yat-sen in Nanjing, in eastern China's Jiangsu province on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. China and Taiwan hailed a new chapter in their relations on Tuesday and said their ties would advance after they held their highest-level government talks since they split amid civil war in 1949.

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Wang Yu-chi, front centre in sun glasses, head of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council, poses for photos with other officials during a visit to the Mausoleum of Sun Yat-sen in Nanjing, in eastern China's Jiangsu province on Wednesday, Feb. 12, 2014. China and Taiwan hailed a new chapter in their relations on Tuesday and said their ties would advance after they held their highest-level government talks since they split amid civil war in 1949.

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