Taiwanese opposition Democratic Progressive Party heavyweight and former premier Frank Hsieh Chang-ting struck no deals during his just-ended landmark visit to the mainland.Wednesday, 10 October, 2012, 3:06am
Former Taiwanese premier Frank Hsieh Chang-ting's just-concluded mainland visit was viewed as an icebreaker in establishing better relations between the mainland and the island's main opposition party.9 Oct 2012 - 3:38am
Former Taiwanese premier Frank Hsieh Chang-ting will today wrap up a five-day mainland visit that included meetings with State Councillor Dai Bingguo and other senior officials.
As the highest-ranking politician from the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party to visit the mainland, Hsieh met Dai - the most prominent mainland official he has met so far - in Beijing yesterday.8 Oct 2012 - 3:18am
The mainland's top bureaucrat on cross-strait affairs, Wang Yi, met the Taiwanese opposition heavyweight Frank Hsieh Chang-ting in Beijing last night.7 Oct 2012 - 3:49am
All eyes are on whether former Taiwanese premier Frank Hsieh Chang-ting will be able to meet senior mainland official Jia Qinglin in Beijing this weekend.
Asked whether he would meet Jia, Hsieh said he was not sure if the meeting would take place. "Arrangements are still being made over who I shall meet in Beijing," he said.6 Oct 2012 - 10:23am 1 comment
Former Taiwanese premier Frank Hsieh Chang-ting arrived in Xiamen , Fujian , yesterday at the start of a five-day ice-breaking visit that he hopes will help improve ties between the island's opposition Democratic Progressive Party and the mainland.5 Oct 2012 - 2:57pm
Former Taiwan premier Frank Hsieh left for China on Thursday for a trip which makes him the most senior politician ever from the China-sceptic opposition party to visit the mainland.
The visit, described by local media as “ice-breaking”, came amid debate in the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) about whether to change its China policy.4 Oct 2012 - 1:33pm
An "icebreaking trip" to the mainland by Taiwanese opposition heavyweight Frank Hsieh Chang-ting, which begins tomorrow, will help his party find a long-term and stable direction for its cross-strait relations policy, analysts in Beijing and Taipei said.3 Oct 2012 - 1:42pm
Former Taiwan premier Frank Hsieh on Monday announced plans to visit the mainland, a trip that would make him the most senior politician from the Beijing-sceptic opposition party to make such a visit.
The trip, described by local media as “ice-breaking”, came amid debate in the party about whether to change its Beijing policy.29 Aug 2013 - 4:13am
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