Tags: Crossstrait

Mainland appreciates Taipei mayor's comments on cross-Strait ties BEIJING, March 31 (Xinhua) — A representative of the Chinese mainland on Tuesday expressed appreciation to comments by Taipei mayor Ko Wen-je on cross-Strait ties. The mayor's latest remarks are expected to promote exchanges between Taipei and the … Read more on Xinhua

Chinese stars, directors to visit for cross-strait film fest Several Chinese directors, actors and actresses are expected to visit later this month for a cross-strait film festival whose Taiwan's events will be held in Taipei and Greater Kaohsiung. Among the stars who will attend is Wang Jingchun (王景春), who … Read more on Taipei Times

Most support line-by-line cross-strait review: survey On the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant in Gongliao (貢寮), New Taipei City, 59.4 percent supported at least a temporary suspension of construction, up 1.4 percent from a similar poll in March last year. Of the respondents, 33.2 percent called for a … Read more on Taipei Times

Cross-strait Economic Cooperation Committee to meet in Taipei 6 (CNA) The next meeting of the Cross-Strait Economic Cooperation Committee, which coordinates issues related to a framework agreement on trade between Taiwan and China, will be held in Taipei on Dec. 10. The Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF) said … Read more on Focus Taiwan News Channel

Taipei mayor calls for more cross-strait flights 2 (CNA) Taipei Mayor Hau Lung-bin called on China Monday to open more routes and increase the frequency of flights to Taipei to meet strong demand for air travel across the Taiwan Strait. Such expansion will also help lower ticket prices and increase … Read more on Focus Taiwan…

SERVICES PACT: TSU knocks cross-strait service trade agreement The signing of a service trade agreement with China could affect issues on the legislature's agenda during the extra session this week, after the Taiwan Solidarity Union (TSU) yesterday vowed to block all proceedings in the remaining four days. Read more on 台北時報

Cross-strait pact's possible impact leads to concerns Left to right, Mainland Affairs Council Minister Wang Yu-chi, Vice Minister of Economic Affairs Bill Cho and Financial Supervisory Commission Banking Bureau Director-General Kuei Hsien-nung yesterday attend a joint forum in Taipei briefing the public … Read more on Taipei Times