Chiu Tai-shan, Taipei’s new top mainland policy planner, said the Taiwan public found it difficult to accept Beijing’s “new interpretation” of the 1922 consensus. Photo: EPA-EFE Chiu Tai-shan, Taipei’s new top mainland policy planner, said the Taiwan public found it difficult to accept Beijing’s “new interpretation” of the 1922 consensus. Photo: EPA-EFE
Chiu Tai-shan, Taipei’s new top mainland policy planner, said the Taiwan public found it difficult to accept Beijing’s “new interpretation” of the 1922 consensus. Photo: EPA-EFE
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Beijing blast an ill wind for Taiwan’s cross-strait affairs moderate

  • Chiu Tai-shan’s first remarks as head of Mainland Affairs Office described as deliberate attempt to ‘distort and confuse’
  • Linking of 1992 consensus and one country, two systems an ‘unacceptable’ attempt to blame Beijing for deteriorating relationship

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Chiu Tai-shan, Taipei’s new top mainland policy planner, said the Taiwan public found it difficult to accept Beijing’s “new interpretation” of the 1922 consensus. Photo: EPA-EFE Chiu Tai-shan, Taipei’s new top mainland policy planner, said the Taiwan public found it difficult to accept Beijing’s “new interpretation” of the 1922 consensus. Photo: EPA-EFE
Chiu Tai-shan, Taipei’s new top mainland policy planner, said the Taiwan public found it difficult to accept Beijing’s “new interpretation” of the 1922 consensus. Photo: EPA-EFE
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