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New changes in one country, two systems, China opens a new model for Taiwan

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(BOXUN) Demonstrators in Hong Kong have always regarded the United States as a symbol of democracy and freedom. The “urban conflict” of nearly six months has become increasingly uncontrollable. Most demonstrators are showing the international community a Hong Kong rule of the Chinese Communist Party for nearly 20 years, how the protesters will continue to fight. The democratic movement model in Hong Kong seems to have provided Taiwan with a lot of experience and lessons. Since the last century, Mao Zedong, the leader of the first generation of the Chinese Communist Party, has been hoping to recover Taiwan, but it has not been realized until his death. Regaining Taiwan in the second and third generation of CCP leaders has become a top priority.

Deng Xiaoping, the original leader of China’s reform and opening up, has already sent a clear signal to Taiwan when he implemented the one-two-state system for Hong Kong and Macao. In some internal reference materials of the CCP, the first two countries and two systems were originally designed for Taiwan, and applied to Hong Kong as a social governance model that promised to return to the British government at the time. With the accelerated escalation of anti-government demonstrations in Hong Kong, the practical significance of the one country, two systems has changed a lot. In his recent speech, Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen said that the Taiwanese people of one country, two systems will not accept it. This sentence stung Beijing’s political bottom line.

After the passage of the “Taipei Act” by the US Congress, the China Taiwan Affairs Office expressed this as a ridiculous move. And criticizing the United States is not conducive to the development of Sino-US relations. On the other hand, Taiwan has greatly appreciated this. President Tsai Ing-wen also expressed his gratitude for attending the activities of the American Association in Taiwan. Some analysts believe that the passage of the Taipei Act is a new move to incorporate Taiwan’s diplomatic protection into US domestic law.

Subsequently, the State Council of China issued a measure on the work of Taiwan on the 26th, and adopted economic incentives to counter the passage of the Taipei Act. These twenty-six measures are seen as the most clear attitude of the Chinese Communist Party authorities to Taiwan after the Fourth Plenary Session of the Chinese Communist Party.
The Taiwan Affairs Council issued a statement stating that the Chinese Communist Party intends to divide Taiwan’s interior and is more likely to intervene to influence Taiwan’s elections. These new measures are the extension of the “31 measures against Taiwan” last year, the transformation of patterns, packaging and propaganda, the relevant content is “named Hui The essence of Taiwan and the real benefit.
The preferential strength for Taiwanese businessmen is the largest compared with the 31 measures between the two, but this may also be an opportunity for the Kuomintang, which is implicitly supported by the CCP, in the upcoming Taiwan general election.

Former Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou delivered a speech on the “1992 Consensus” when he visited the United Kingdom. The acceptance of reunification is to keep the Taiwanese people open. It is one of the main measures of the CCP’s policy toward united front against Taiwan to draw the Taiwanese business. This measure is also used frequently by China in the politics of other countries. China has always wanted to have a certain voice in the global governance system. Just like the Marxism that the Communist Party of China believes, it is predicted that communism will defeat capitalism and the CCP has been achieving such a goal.

Taiwan is highly democratized in Asian countries, but the tripartite relationship between the United States, China, and Taiwan has also made some unusual moves in such subtle changes. Especially in the Hong Kong region where the CCP implements one country, two systems, the fierce conflicts in the city since the end of the British government, the inciting nationalist sentiments of Chinese official media and the objective reports of the international media have made his Taiwanese people choose. Made some different moves. Young people in Taiwan are the most solid foundation for the future of Taiwanese society. Some students from mainland China have been ridiculed for publishing speeches that are inconsistent with democratic values. This is very common in Taiwanese universities.

“Accepting democratization requires a process, just like eating turkey. You can’t eat it in a bit. You need to eat it bit by bit. The understanding of democracy from growing up in mainland China has become very distorted. It is also a visit to Taiwan. A very good choice. John is a Chinese American from Utah. In an interview, he said that he is very glad that there is no mainland China that is occupied by autocracy, but he also sympathizes with mainland students who have just arrived in Taiwan. After the Chinese Communist Party has long instilled the concept of nationalist education, some mainland students have become very uncomfortable when they first entered the Western democratic society. This is a kind of thinking ill, but it can also prove that China is not a democracy.

The two models of democratic society from different places in Hong Kong and Taiwan have also shown the international community a different Chinese society. Why does the CCP have to implement a one-day, two-system system with a time limit? Chinese leader Deng Xiaoping is committed to Hong Kong’s 50-year policy of capitalist system, but these will have to make a choice in 2047. Perhaps the CCP is to strengthen its ruling foundation by the economic interests of a democratic society. More and more Western business entities have been turned around by the CCP’s political lawsuits on issues related to Taiwan and Hong Kong. Some unrelated issues have become the political handle of these commercial entities in the eyes of the CCP.

The new measures of the CCP’s work in Taiwan will become more and more institutionalized in the future. The Taiwanese people have also seen the truest face of one country, two systems in the anti-government protests in Hong Kong, and also provided some experience on Taiwan’s future democratization system. And lessons.

The measures attached to Article 26 include:

1. Taiwan-funded enterprises can participate in the construction of major technological equipment R&D innovation, testing and evaluation, and demonstration application systems, and participate in the construction of industrial innovation centers, engineering research centers, enterprise technology centers and industrial design centers.
2. Taiwan-funded enterprises can participate in the fifth-generation mobile communication (5G) technology research and development, standard formulation, product testing and network construction in the mainland according to the principle of marketization.
3. Taiwan-funded enterprises can participate in circular economy projects such as the utilization of construction waste resources in the urban areas, the utilization of garden waste resources, the harmless disposal and resource utilization of urban sludge, the recycling of resources and the comprehensive utilization of bulk industrial solid waste.
4. Eligible Taiwan-funded enterprises can invest in air passenger and cargo transportation and general aviation services in the same way as mainland enterprises, participate in the construction of civil aviation transportation airports and general airports in line with relevant plans, and carry out consulting, design, operation and maintenance services.
5. Taiwan-funded enterprises can invest in theme parks and participate in the construction of tourism infrastructure and supporting services in a franchise manner.
6. Support qualified financial institutions and enterprises in Taiwan to initiate or participate in the establishment of new financial organizations such as microfinance companies, financial leasing companies and financing guarantee companies in concentrated areas of Taiwan-funded enterprises.
7. Encourage all localities to provide policy support for Taiwan-funded enterprises to increase investment according to local conditions.
8. Eligible Taiwan-funded enterprises may apply for guarantee financing and other services to local government financing guarantee funds at various levels, and may finance through equity escrow trading institutions. Taiwanese-funded enterprises are allowed to issue debt financing instruments in the inter-bank bond market.
9. Taiwan-funded enterprises can enjoy trade remedy and trade security measures in accordance with the law in the same way as mainland enterprises.
10. Eligible Taiwan-funded enterprises can use export credit insurance and other tools in the same way as mainland enterprises to protect foreign exchange receipts and reduce the risk of foreign investment.
11. Adopt a rapid inspection and release model for goods imported from Taiwan into the mainland, establish a management system that is conducive to standardizing and developing third-party inspection and appraisal institutions, and scientifically, steadily and orderly promote Taiwan’s importation of third-party goods in mainland China on the basis of risk analysis. The test results are collected. Conduct risk assessment, pre-inspection inspection, and enterprise registration management for products that meet the requirements from Taiwan, and promote cross-strait food, agricultural products, and consumer product safety supervision cooperation.
12. Taiwan-funded enterprises can participate in the formulation and revision of industry standards with mainland enterprises, and jointly promote cross-strait standards interconnection.
13. Eligible cross-strait youth employment and entrepreneurship bases and demonstration sites can be declared as national-level technology business incubators, university science parks and national archives.
14. Taiwan compatriots may seek consular protection and assistance at the embassies and consulates of the People’s Republic of China to apply for travel documents.
15. Taiwan compatriots may apply to become members of farmers’ professional cooperatives and may apply for eligible agricultural infrastructure projects and financial projects.
16. Taiwan compatriots can use the transportation and other products provided by new transportation enterprises.
17. In the pilot, the Taiwanese government holding a residence permit for Taiwan residents in mainland China will use the mainland mobile phone service to provide preferential tariffs.
18. Taiwan compatriots with a residence permit for Taiwan residents enjoy the same treatment as mainland residents in terms of eligibility for home purchase.
19. Taiwanese cultural and creative institutions, units or individuals may participate in the construction and operation of the mainland Cultural and Creative Park, participate in various cultural and creative events and cultural and artistic exhibitions in the mainland. Taiwanese literary and art workers can enter the mainland literature and art institutes, research institutions, or study.
20. Taiwan compatriots working in the mainland can apply for the Chinese Culture and Art Government Award Cartoon Award.
21. Compatriots in Taiwan who are engaged in professional and technical work in mainland universities, scientific research institutions, public hospitals, and high-tech enterprises can meet the corresponding series and grade titles for evaluation. The projects they participate in in Taiwan and the results achieved are equivalent. For professional work performance, the number of years of technical work in Taiwan is equally considered as professional technical work.
22. After graduating from high school, children of Taiwanese businessmen can obtain high school and secondary vocational school diplomas in the mainland to participate in the classification of relevant higher vocational colleges in mainland China.
23. Further expand the scope of colleges and universities recruiting Taiwanese students and increase the proportion of institutions in the central and western regions and non-subordinate institutions.
24. Taiwanese students can apply for various types of subsidy policies to the same universities in mainland China in accordance with the relevant regulations in accordance with the relevant regulations. Taiwanese teachers and students who teach and study in mainland China can apply for the same status as a resident residence permit in Taiwan.
25. Welcome Taiwanese athletes to come to the mainland to participate in national sports competitions and professional leagues, and actively provide opportunities for Taiwan athletes, coaches and professionals to visit, train, participate, work and exchange in the mainland, and prepare for Taiwanese athletes in Beijing in 2022. The Olympic Games and the Hangzhou Asian Games provide assistance.
26. Taiwanese athletes can participate in professional leagues such as football, basketball, table tennis and Go in China, and qualified Taiwanese sports teams and clubs can also participate in relevant professional leagues in the mainland. The Continental Individual Sports Association can award sports technology level certificates to Taiwan compatriots. Taiwanese athletes are welcome to apply for mainland sports colleges.

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