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Es ist ein Fehler aufgetreten. Oder starten Sie eine neue Suche, um noch mehr Fotos bei imago images zu entdecken. Wu Den-yih took office as chairman of Taiwan-based Kuomintang party at its twentieth party congress on Sunday in Taichung.
Taiwan s ex-leader Ma advocates status quo in ties with China Taiwan s former leader Ma Ying-jeou delivers a pre-recorded speech at the Society of Publishers in Asia journalism awards gala dinner on June 15, He spoke about his administration s contribution in improving ties with Beijing in a video message as he was barred by incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen from visiting Hong Kong over national security concerns.
Tsai became the island s first female president and only the second Democratic Progressive Party president since the island s first democratic presidential election in Taiwan s Ma unveils monument to commemorate cross-strait talks Outgoing Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou makes a speech at a ceremony in the Kinmen islands on April 29, Ma unveiled a monument to mark the 23rd anniversary of a landmark meeting between China and Taiwan, saying that it celebrates the peaceful development of cross-strait relations during his eight-year presidency.
Outgoing Taiwan president visits island nearest Senkakus Outgoing Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou 2nd from R on front row visits an outlying island closest to a cluster of Japan-controlled isles in the East China Sea on April 9, , one day before the third anniversary of the signing of a Taiwan-Japan fishery agreement. Taiwan s outgoing president meets successor Taiwan s outgoing President Ma Ying-jeou R shake hands with President-elect Tsai Ing-wen in Taipei on March 30, , ahead of the inauguration in May of Taiwan s first female president.
The two remained divided over various issues, including the South China Sea. Taiwan-controlled islet in S. The monument was erected in December President Ma Ying-Jeou acknowledged that has doubts about the policy that his successor, Tsai Ing-wen, who will take office on 20 May, will take with regard to relations with China, a country that considers the island a rebel province.