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This post was edited by robert237 at 2018-3-1 07:43

The US backed KMT lost China a long time ago. It's time they grow up and face facts.
The west never had China's interests at heart.

Taiwan is part of China.
Will the elite rulers of Taiwan continue to disadvanage their people just to please the west?
Why throw a generous offer like this away? Taiwan, you are no protectorate of the US. Only
your political leaders are and they are welled paid for being so.

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Some Taiwanese have long feared that China would try to take back the island by force. This week China tried a far gentler approach: measures to make it easier for Taiwanese to invest, work and study on the mainland.

Still, the 31 measures unnerved the government in Taipei, which accused China of trying to lure away talent while undermining Taiwanese political identity.

Those reactions from Taipei come less than a week before China's legislature begins annual meetings that normally include a sweeping, high-level statement on the future of Beijing's ever thorny relations with Taiwan. They also follow nearly two years of diplomatic and economic pressure from Beijing against Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen.

China claims sovereignty over self-ruled Taiwan, viewing it as a rogue province. China insists on eventual unification.

China's Taiwan Affairs Office on Wednesday announced the measures aimed at attracting Taiwanese people to do business or study in China.

Twelve of the measures would give Taiwanese investors equal treatment with mainland counterparts. The office said the package overall would help Taiwanese factories cut manufacturing and operating costs and allow their goods to reach further into the massive Chinese market, a hallmark of the $11.2-trillion-plus Chinese economy that grows about 7% every year.

Nineteen measures make it easier to study, set up businesses and work in China.

"They are aimed at sharing the opportunities of the mainland's development with Taiwan compatriots," the Taiwan Affairs Office said on its website.

The Taiwanese government's Mainland Affairs Council dismissed the measures as an attempt by China to fulfill its goal of fusing the island and mainland together.

"Recently mainland China has tightened pressure on us, then it releases 'measures advantageous to Taiwan' to win over our public," the council said in a statement. "For mainland China to repeatedly launch numerous measures like that over the long term means it's accelerating its one-sided economic development goals by attracting Taiwanese resources as well as hoping [the measures] will help change Taiwan's political identity."

A day before China announced the measures, Taiwan's president appealed for foreign help in keeping her island autonomous. China has the world's third-strongest military, compared with Taiwan's at No. 19.

China and Taiwan have been separately ruled since the Chinese civil war of the 1940s, when Chiang Kai-shek's Nationalists lost the mainland to the Communists and moved their government to Taipei.

"Taiwan's stance of maintaining status quo will not change," Tsai said at a Foreign Ministry event Tuesday in Taipei, meaning no unification. "But I want to remind that this maintenance is not just one country's responsibility. Maintaining the status quo requires that every country in the region to work hard together."

Beijing resents Tsai for declining to see both sides as parts of a single country, a precondition for any dialogue. Tsai, who took office in 2016, is also backed by a political party with senior members who advocate more distance from China.
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China needs to accept a generous offer from the native Formosans: Apologise to us for invading our country, pay compensation and kiss our shoes! THen we might forgive you and allow you to stay in so-called "Taiwan". The Chinese settlers whom we have allowed to stay here have apologized to us for the 228 Incident.

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seneca Post time: 2018-3-1 23:43
China needs to accept a generous offer from the native Formosans: Apologise to us for invading our c ...

You are ignorant of facts little monkey.
The KMT were the ones who did all the slaughtering in the 228 incident.
Taiwan has nobody to blame but themselves for trying to oppress Chinese people.
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robert237 Post time: 2018-3-2 15:51
You are ignorant of facts little monkey.
The KMT were the ones who did all the slaughtering in the ...

"Ignorance" is YOUR hallmark, Deer fat boy! YOU don't know anything worth knowing.

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robert237 Post time: 2018-3-2 15:51
You are ignorant of facts little monkey.
The KMT were the ones who did all the slaughtering in the ...



"Taiwan" does not have to blame Taiwan for the 228 Incident; it can blame it on the CHINESE conquerors and interlopers. The civilized ones among them have apologized, though. Will the Chinese in China do the same? There are many other "incidents" that they could apologise for.

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seneca Post time: 2018-3-2 00:00
"Taiwan" does not have to blame Taiwan for the 228 Incident; it can blame it on the CHINESE conq ...

One of the main reasons the poorly equipped CPC defeated the US backed KMT is because the CPC
treated the people well in the villages they visited or passed through while the KMT would steal from
the villagers and rape the women.
If you knew anything about Chinese history you'd know the KMT were barbarians while the CPC was
the friend of the Chinese people during the civil war.
Don't you know anything little monkey?
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robert237 Post time: 2018-3-2 16:21
One of the main reasons the poorly equipped CPC defeated the US backed KMT is because the CPC
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Bobby, you weren't in China so you aren't exactly a fountain of insider knowledge. You don't know Chinese history well because if you did you wouldn't talk as if the past was still happening now. The Communists behaved themselves better in the days when they were struggling to win the harts and the minds of the people, but once they had displaced the legitimate rulers they turned vicious and barbarous. Over the last three decades, the people in Taiwan have fared better than the people in China. Today the KMT is popular and working to meet the people's hopes. In China, the people have to meet the Party's hopes.

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