Andrew Hsia has defended the trip saying it does not mean the KMT will bow to Beijing’s will. Photo: CNA
Andrew Hsia has defended the trip saying it does not mean the KMT will bow to Beijing’s will. Photo: CNA
Taiwan

Taiwan’s opposition Kuomintang delegation begins trip to mainland China

  • The group, led by the party’s vice-chairman Andrew Hsia, has been criticised for visiting amid Beijing’s ongoing military exercises
  • Hsia says the fact-finding visit was planned months ago and is intended to understand the difficulties Taiwanese living on the mainland face

Andrew Hsia has defended the trip saying it does not mean the KMT will bow to Beijing’s will. Photo: CNA
Andrew Hsia has defended the trip saying it does not mean the KMT will bow to Beijing’s will. Photo: CNA
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