A boat carries Taiwanese officials across the strait to mainland China in January 2001, when an exchange policy known as the “mini-three links” came into effect. Photo: AFP
A boat carries Taiwanese officials across the strait to mainland China in January 2001, when an exchange policy known as the “mini-three links” came into effect. Photo: AFP

Taiwan, mainland China sea routes could resume after 3 years – maybe before Lunar New Year

  • But the Taiwan side says it is ‘in the process of evaluating’ the worsening pandemic situation on the mainland before giving ferry services the green light
  • Ferry routes across the Taiwan Strait stopped in February 2020 when the coronavirus began to spread through mainland China

A boat carries Taiwanese officials across the strait to mainland China in January 2001, when an exchange policy known as the “mini-three links” came into effect. Photo: AFP
A boat carries Taiwanese officials across the strait to mainland China in January 2001, when an exchange policy known as the “mini-three links” came into effect. Photo: AFP
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