Chiu Tai-san said the Mainland Affairs Council was likely to “make preparations and assessments to map out new policies and strategies” on Beijing. Photo: CNA Chiu Tai-san said the Mainland Affairs Council was likely to “make preparations and assessments to map out new policies and strategies” on Beijing. Photo: CNA
Chiu Tai-san said the Mainland Affairs Council was likely to “make preparations and assessments to map out new policies and strategies” on Beijing. Photo: CNA
Taiwan

Taiwan’s new Mainland Affairs Council chief may signal shift in policy on Beijing, analysts say

  • Chiu Tai-san, who is seen as a moderate, said he hoped the two sides could move towards ‘exchanges based on pragmatism’
  • Analysts see the appointment as a response to signs from the Biden administration and an effort to ease tensions

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Chiu Tai-san said the Mainland Affairs Council was likely to “make preparations and assessments to map out new policies and strategies” on Beijing. Photo: CNA Chiu Tai-san said the Mainland Affairs Council was likely to “make preparations and assessments to map out new policies and strategies” on Beijing. Photo: CNA
Chiu Tai-san said the Mainland Affairs Council was likely to “make preparations and assessments to map out new policies and strategies” on Beijing. Photo: CNA
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