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Chinese mainland top negotiator visits Taitung in Taiwan 2014-12-15
Chinese mainland top negotiator visits Taitung in Taiwan

Taiwan leader urges Japanese to admit mistakes 2014-12-14
Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou on Saturday night urged Japanese who deny the Nanjing Massacre to face the history and acknowledge the mistake.

Cross-Straits Media Summit held in Pingtan 2014-12-12
More than 40 executives from media agencies and 150 experts in journalism research across the Taiwan Straits gathered and exchanged views on media development.

Love keeps mainland tourists in Taiwan 2014-12-12
Cross-straits romance is the main cause of Chinese mainland tourists staying in Taiwan illegally, the Taiwan interior department said.

Taiwan enterprise association visits Pingtan 2014-12-12
A delegation from the Third Wednesday Club, the largest social enterprise coalition in Taiwan, visited Pingtan on Nov 26.

Kinmen, Matsu, Penghu to allow visa-upon-arrival for mainland tourists 2014-12-11
The tourism authority in Fujian province confirmed on Dec 10 that mainland tourists can proceed with visa procedures upon their arrival on the islands of Kinmen, Matsu and Penghu in Taiwan.

KMT chairmanship election slated for January 2014-12-11
Taiwan's ruling Kuomintang (KMT) will elect a new chairperson on Jan. 17 of 2015, following the party's defeat in the island's biggest-ever local elections.

Mainland reaffirms peaceful development of cross-straits ties 2014-12-10
Chen Deming, president of the Chinese mainland-based Association for Relations across the Taiwan Straits (ARATS), said on Wednesday that the mainland's policy of promoting peaceful development of cross-straits ties has not changed.

Chinese mainland top negotiator arrives in Taiwan 2014-12-09
The president of the Chinese mainland-based Association for Relations across the Taiwan Straits Chen Deming arrived in Taiwan on Tuesday noon to start a 8-day visit to the island.

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