James Soong
Hu Meets Soong in Beijing
Hu Jintao, general secretary of the Communist Party of China Central Committee, met visiting People First Party Chairman James Soong in the Great Hall of the People Thursday. Hu said the mainland is ready to talk with anyone in Taiwan who accepts the one-China principle and the "1992 Consensus."
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- CPC, PFP Issue Communiqué
- Soong Returns to Taipei
- Soong Stops over in HK Before Returning to Taiwan
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Lien Chan
CPC, KMT Consensus on Peace
The top leaders of the Communist Party of China (CPC) and the Kuomintang (KMT) met Friday for the first time in 60 years, vowing to end cross-Straits hostility and to oppose secession of the island province.
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- Hu, Lien Hold Talks
- CPC, KMT Work for Formal End of Cross-Straits Hostility
- Lien Welcomes Mainland's Gestures of Goodwill
- Mainland Presents Giant Pandas to Taiwan
- Farewell Banquet Held for KMT Delegation
- Lien's Visit Paves Way for New Exchange
- Lien Chan: Taiwan Faces Crucial Moment
- Spokesman: CPC-PFP Communiqué Contains New Ideas
- Kissinger: US Supports Cross-Straits Dialogue
- Soong's Speech Praised
- Soong's Visit Makes Headlines
- EU Reaffirms One-China Policy
- Lien, Soong Visits Highlight Bonds Across Straits
- Xinhua Commentary: Political Dialogue, Trendy Choice in Cross-Straits Ties
- World Media Applaud Hu-Lien Meeting
- Development of Cross-Straits Relations Trend of Times
- CPC-KMT Meeting Favorable Chance for Sound Cross-Straits Relations
Soong stops over in Hong Kong on way back to Taiwan.
Soong Leaves Beijing for Taiwan.
Soong shakes hands with the crowd before board on a plane to leave Beijing for Taiwan via Hong Kong.
- Anti-Secession Law
- Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council
- China Taiwan Information Center