Taiwan's KMT tries its luck at taming the Chinese dragon
Wining and dining with CCP bigwigs days after missiles flew
By: Jens Kastner
With tensions ratcheting up in the Taiwan Strait, the main opposition party is trying to reoccupy its traditional position as China-Taiwan icebreaker, with the party’s Vice Chairman Andrew Hsia (above) on August 27 concluding a trip to Guangdong and Fujian provinces to discuss “national security and territorial integrity,” an agenda that…
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