A mainland think tank has said Taiwan’s president-elect Tsai Ing-wen needs to clarify her position on the 1992 consensus or risk a halt in official cross-strait exchanges. Photo: Reuters

Recognise ‘one China’ or risk deep rift in cross-strait ties, Beijing think tank warns Taiwan’s Tsai

Mainland adviser says exchanges could be called off if president-elect ignores 1992 consensus

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A mainland think tank has said Taiwan’s president-elect Tsai Ing-wen needs to clarify her position on the 1992 consensus or risk a halt in official cross-strait exchanges. Photo: Reuters
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Minnie Chan

Minnie Chan

Minnie Chan is an award-winning journalist, specialising in reporting on defence and diplomacy in China. Her coverage of the US EP-3 spy plane crash with a PLA J-8 in 2001 near the South China Sea opened her door to the military world. Since then, she has had several scoops relating to China's military development. She has been at the Post since 2005 and has a master's in international public affairs from The University of Hong Kong.