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KMT vice-chairman visits China

Taiwan’s largest opposition party, Kuomintang (KMT), is sending its vice-chairman to the People’s Republic for high-level talks. Andrew Hsia will lead a delegation that will visit the mainland for ten days starting Wednesday, the KMT announced on Monday. She will meet in Beijing with Song Tao, the head of the Taiwan Affairs Office, among others. However, a meeting with the CP chief ideologist Wang Huning, who is currently tasked with drafting a “Taiwan strategy,” was not confirmed.

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