Mainland Affairs Council & Zhang Zhijun

The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC; ) is a cabinet-level administrative agency under the Executive Yuan of the Republic of China. Zhang Zhijun is a politician in the People's Republic of China. He currently serves as the Minister of Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council since 17 March 2013. 1.7/5

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There were no flags and no titles on the nameplates. There could be no suggestion that the meeting was of equals, as one side imagined, nor that it was of a supplicant greeting his master, as the other would prefer to believe. But on February 11th, in the Chinese city of Nanjing, the heads of Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council, Wang Yu-chi, and China’s Taiwan Affairs Office, Zhang Zhijun, shook hands and sat down for talks. Leaders of the two sides have met before but this was the first formal meeting between ministers in their government capacities since China and Taiwan split in 1949.
China -Taiwan - cross straights dialogue ? Taiwan, China Hold Landmark Talks on Mainland by William Ide February 11, 2014 Taiwan and China on Tuesday held their first high-level political talks since their civil war ended 65 years ago. Meeting in the southern Chinese city of Nanjing amid warming cross-strait relations, Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council chairman Wang Yu-chi, and Zhang Zhijun, head of China's Taiwan Affairs Office, both expressed amazement that they were able to arrange the meeting in the space of four months. The two also disclosed that they held a 5 minute meeting on the sidelines of the Asian Pacific Economic Conference (APEC) last October in Indonesia, during which they agreed to make regular get-togethers a reality. Taiwan's Wang said he hopes his visit can serve as a catalyst for further improved ties. 'We are able to sit down today for a meeting to discuss issues concerning both sides and we should cherish this peaceful and stable momentum,' he noted. 'I hope we can further promote t ...
Taiwan, China: Consulates Today, Reunification Tomorrow? Comment Now Follow Comments From the outside, first-ever ministerial level talks between China and Taiwan this week look like a normal meet-and-greet fest. The man in charge of China policy in Taiwan, we’re told, is just spending quality time getting to know his counterpart who advises Beijing on what to do with his island. China sees Taiwan, self-ruled since 1949, as part of Chinese turf. No one expects Wang Yu-chi of Taiwan to sign a deal with Zhang Zhijun of China as they pursue a largely social public agenda through Friday in Nanjing. Wang’s ministry, the Mainland Affairs Council, said at the end of Tuesday it might start now to push China for first-ever de facto consulates, cutting a deal in the future so millions of tourists and investors have representation.
China-Taiwan governments hold first talks in 65 years Landmark meeting overshadowed by China's media access block. China: China and Taiwan are about to begin the highest-level talks since the end of the Chinese civil war in 1949. Wang Yu-chi and Zhang Zhijun, the top cross-strait officials from each side, will meet at the four-day talks in Nanjing. Taiwanese officials said they would raise press freedom after Beijing denied access to some media outlets. Beijing is likely to push Taiwan to pass a free trade deal that is currently stalled in parliament. Speaking to reporters before departing from Taiwan, Mr Wang, head of Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council, said: "My main aim during this visit to the mainland is to promote mutual understanding between the two sides." In quotes carried by Taiwan news agency CNA, he added that he hoped the visit, which was "not easy", would go smoothly, and said the two sides would not be signing any agreements during the talks. China insists that Taiwan is a part of its terri ...
Co-author: Jonathan Sullivan* Published in The Diplomat. Later today Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) Minister Wang Yu-chi will travel to China to meet his counterpart, Zhang Zhijun Director of China’s Taiwan Affairs… [ 644 more words. ]
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