„I would like to stress that, we would be happy to see normal cross-strait exchanges based on equality and dignity, openness and transparency, and no political talks.“

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„We should harbor a positive mentality to any cross-strait development and exchange.“

—  Eric Chu Taiwanese politician 1961
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„The two sides of the Taiwan Strait will deepen cross-strait exchanges, and it will be difficult to continue such exchanges without representative offices.“

—  Ma Ying-jeou Taiwanese politician, president of the Republic of China 1950
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„We should cement political trust between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait and continue to define cross-strait relations under the 'one China' framework. Cross-strait relations are special relations.“

—  Wu Po-hsiung Taiwanese politician 1939
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„It is the most crucial responsibility of the Straits Exchange Foundation and the Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits to seek the biggest benefits for people on both sides. We will handle cross-strait affairs realistically and with patience.“

—  Lin Join-sane Taiwanese politician 1944
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„Any threats toward cross-strait relations would be unproductive.“

—  Katharine Chang Taiwanese diplomat 1953
Katharine Chang (2017) cited in " Beijing "cannot confirm" carrier's movement through the Taiwan Strait http://www.chinapost.com.tw/taiwan/national/national-news/2017/01/11/489092/Beijing-cannot.htm" on The China Post, 11 January 2017

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„Cross-strait relations are not nation-to-nation based. These are special relations.“

—  Wu Po-hsiung Taiwanese politician 1939
Wu Po-hsiung (2013) quoted in: " Ma not reserved on cross-strait issues: Xi http://www.chinapost.com.tw/taiwan/national/national-news/2013/06/14/381157/Ma-not.htm" in The China Post 14 June 2013. Statements were made during KMT-CPC Forum in Beijing in June 2013.

„Kinmen will become a rapidly developing free economic pilot zone and base for peaceful cross-strait development.“

—  Chen Fu-hai Magistrate of Kinmen County 1963
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„It would be against (Mainland) China's hope of a rapprochement in cross-strait relations if it continues to ignore Taiwan's rights and suppress Taiwan's participation in international organizations.“

—  Lin Cheng-yi
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„The people on both sides of the Taiwan Strait are all Chinese by ethnicity. Cross-strait relations are not international relations. Each side acknowledges the existence of "one China", but maintains its own interpretation based on the 1992 Consensus.“

—  Ma Ying-jeou Taiwanese politician, president of the Republic of China 1950
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„The religions begin by assuring us that if we could see the full picture we would find it more integrated than we would normally suppose.“

—  Huston Smith Religious studies scholar 1919 - 2016
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„Only when the political basis that reflects the 'One-China' principle has been confirmed (by Taiwan) can the regular exchanges across the strait be sustained.“

—  Li Bin
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„The (ROC) government’s stance on cross-strait ties is based on the 1992 consensus and our stance that ‘one China’ means the ROC is unequivocal and has never changed.“

—  Wang Yu-chi Taiwanese politician 1969
Wang Yu-chi (2013) cited in " Wu returns from Beijing, dismisses DPP’s criticism http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/front/archives/2013/06/15/2003564825/1" on The Taipei Times, 15 June 2013

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