Taiwan party chief to China

The head of Taiwan‘s ruling party has departed for a six-day visit to China, in what is seen as another sign of warming ties between the two sides.

During his visit, Kuomintang (Nationalist Party) Chairman Wu Poh-hsiung will meet top leaders and discuss cross-strait transport links. He is the first leader of a Taiwanese governing party to visit China since the two sides split in 1949.

His visit comes days after Ma Ying-jeou was sworn in as Taiwan’s new president. Mr. Ma wants better ties with China and has called for a “new chapter of peace” to be opened.

Things change to China and the Chinese government talks with the nationalists, but still nothing changes in human rights and the Chinese refuse to talk with the ..Ordinary people!

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