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Taiwan President Broadcast in Mainland China

Ming Pao Daily, Posted: Dec 04, 2008

HONG KONG Taiwanese President Ying-jeou Mas voice was heard for the first time Wednesday by the public in mainland China. The Ming Pao Daily reports that Taiwans Central Broadcasting System and Hong Kong-based ifeng.com worked together to bring Mas talk to audiences on the mainland. Viewers in mainland China logged onto Ifeng.com to post some 10,000 questions for the Taiwanese president. About 90 percent of the questions concerned reuniting Taiwan and mainland China. In his address, Ma encouraged viewers to watch a movie called Cape No. 7 that he said could help them understand Taiwanese peoples feelings about being separated from mainland China for nearly 60 years. Ma added that he has no plans to visit the mainland. When asked about the Dalai Lamas visit to Taiwan, Ma said that Dalai Lama had visited Taiwan twice before, but that now is not a good time for him to come.

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