Highlights of Jia Qinglin's work report of CPPCC

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Boosting exchanges with Taiwan

-- Over the past year, CPPCC invited a delegation of representatives of public opinion in Taiwan, which was comprised of members of political parties and persons without party affiliation in Taiwan, to visit Beijing.

-- CPPCC sent a delegation to Taiwan by invitation for the first time under the name of the CPPCC Members Association. CPPCC used these occasions to explore a new approach to exchanges between CPPCC committee members and representatives of public opinion in Taiwan.

-- CPPCC made full use of the role of Heluo culture, cultural and historical data, Beijing and Kunqu opera, calligraphy and paintings, religious exchanges and the Whampoa spirit as a bridge and link to increase the solidarity of Chinese sons and daughters and use cultural exchanges to cultivate in Taiwan compatriots the sense of being a part of the Chinese nation.

-- CPPCC made full use of the Shanghai World Expo, the Guangzhou Asian Games and other platforms for cross-Straits exchanges and cooperation to actively develop exchanges and cooperation with Taiwan, and strengthen emotional ties and increase common understanding between people across the Straits.

-- This year, CPPCC will actively promote the deepening of exchanges between CPPCC committee members and representatives of public opinion in Taiwan; broaden contacts with relevant political parties, organizations, social groups, influential figures from all walks of life and the general public in the island of Taiwan; and effectively do its work related to the people of Taiwan.

-- CPPCC will actively promote the implementation of the cross-Straits Economic Cooperation Framework Agreement (ECFA), encourage the Western Taiwan Straits Economic Zone to fully play its role in leading the way and exploring new paths, and further expand cross-Straits exchanges and cooperation in the areas of economics, trade and culture.

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