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TAIWAN STRAITS
TAIWANESE LOCALIZATION MOVEMENT
SUPPORTING TAIWAN INDEPENDENCE
EXTREME SUPPORTERS
DISPUTE
OPPOSITION
CONTROVERSIAL
PROTECTORATE
THIRD GROUP
DIFFERENT DEGREES
MAINLAND
MAINLAND CHINA
CHINESE
TAIWANESE
STATUS QUO
NATIONAL BORDERS
INDEPENDENT REPUBLIC
PART
CONTENTIOUS ISSUE
MODERATED
LEGITIMACY
KMT
CURRENT GOVERNMENT
PARTY
POLITICAL OPPONENTS
CHINA
REUNIFICATION
NATIONALIST MOVEMENT
MIXED FEELINGS
PEOPLE
SELF-DETERMINATION
PRC
TAIWAN
SUPPORT
SUPPORTERS
TAIWAN INDEPENDENCE
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Definitions

  1. Taiwan independence is not synonymous with Taiwan. (Web site)
  2. Formal Taiwan independence is also recently seen by Japan as one of the three situations in which another Sino-Japanese war would be triggered.

Taiwan Straits

  1. Currently, the forces of "Taiwan independence" continue to play with fire and create tension in the Taiwan Straits. (Web site)

Taiwanese Localization Movement

  1. Taiwan independence has been some of the motivation behind the Taiwanese localization movement.

Supporting Taiwan Independence

  1. This drew an angry reaction from the PRC who believed that Lee was covertly supporting Taiwan independence. (Web site)

Extreme Supporters

  1. Within Taiwan, the flag is generally accepted as a national flag by all but the most extreme supporters of Taiwan independence. (Web site)

Dispute

  1. There is, however, a deep dispute between the three main political groups of Taiwan independence, Chinese reunification, and supporters of Chinese culture. (Web site)

Opposition

  1. Ma has expressed mild support for Chinese reunification and opposition to Taiwan independence.
  2. In addition to the Taiwan independence movement, there are a number of ideologies which exist in opposition to Chinese nationalism.

Controversial

  1. Any move to renounce sovereignty over Mongolia is controversial because the PRC claims that it is a prelude to Taiwan independence.

Protectorate

  1. Others talked of Taiwan independence or becoming a U.S. protectorate.

Third Group

  1. The third group was influenced Taiwan independence and tried to get rid of the Japanese colonials to establish a native Taiwanese rule.

Different Degrees

  1. Although the name itself might sound straightforward, "Taiwan independence" has varying definitions with different degrees of support.

Mainland

  1. Some persons in the mainland use the past for the present, saying that Zheng Jing was a national splittist and an activist of "Taiwan Independence".

Mainland China

  1. Many supporters of Taiwan independence see no relevance in preserving the memory of the war of resistance that happened primarily on mainland China.

Chinese

  1. This is why some Chinese are uncomfortable with it, while supporters of Taiwan independence tend to be strong promoters of Min- and Hakka-language education.

Taiwanese

  1. Supporters of Taiwan independence tend to believe that either Taiwanese should be preferred or that no language should be preferred. (Web site)
  2. The Taiwan Solidarity Union, which advocates a strong line on Taiwan independence, tends to use Taiwanese even in formal press conferences.

Status Quo

  1. US President George W. Bush said the United States opposed "Taiwan independence" and Taiwan's attempts to unilaterally change the status quo. (Web site)
  2. Some Taiwan leaders in recent years have asserted that Taiwan independence is the status quo that should be defended. (Web site)

National Borders

  1. However, the now defunct National Assembly never officially changed the national borders, as China claims this would be "a precursor to Taiwan independence". (Web site)
  2. However, the National Assembly has not officially changed the national borders, as this would be seen as a precursor to Taiwan independence.

Independent Republic

  1. The Taiwan independence movement intensified in response to this and presented an alternative vision of a sovereign and independent Republic of Taiwan. (Web site)

Part

  1. Originally part of the Taiwan independence movement, its aims are now endorsed by some supporters of Chinese reunification on Taiwan.

Contentious Issue

  1. In addition, the recent contentious issue is Taiwan independence, not the desire for one to demonstrate superiority over the other. (Web site)

Moderated

  1. Though he moderated his stance and took conciliatory gestures, Chen remains a highly divisive figure for his position on Taiwan independence.

Legitimacy

  1. The legitimacy of Cairo Declaration has been challenged by the movement of Taiwan independence in recent years.

Kmt

  1. Opponents of the KMT include strong supporters of Taiwan independence. (Web site)

Current Government

  1. Although the current government leans toward Taiwan independence it has not formally renounced its jurisdiction over Mainland China (including Tibet).

Party

  1. Critics accused him of betraying the party he headed, secret support of Taiwan independence, and involvement in black gold politics.

Political Opponents

  1. Instead, the emphasis shifted to co-opting the political opponents of the DPP administration in Taiwan to counter the threat of Taiwan independence.

China

  1. The Communist Party of China and Kuomintang today both tend to favor the status quo over Taiwan independence.
  2. Many Pan-Green supporters seek formal Taiwan independence and for dropping the title of the Republic of China.

Reunification

  1. This shows that an alliance of Chinese around the world oppose "Taiwan independence" and promote reunification, is taking shape. (Web site)
  2. During the past year, many overseas Chinese have built organizations to oppose "Taiwan independence" and promote reunification. (Web site)
  3. Besides groups seeking the reunification of Taiwan with the mainland, there is a Taiwan independence movement that seeks to establish a Taiwanese republic.

Nationalist Movement

  1. The second view considers the move for Taiwan independence as a nationalist movement.

Mixed Feelings

  1. Supporters of Taiwan independence have historically held mixed feelings toward Koxinga.

People

  1. Chen imposed the attempt of Taiwan independence held by a handful of people on the broad masses of Taiwan compatriots. (Web site)

Self-Determination

  1. Advocates of Taiwan independence have used this omission to justify self-determination.
  2. In addition, in more recent years supporters of Taiwan independence have more often relied on arguments based on self-determination and popular sovereignty.

Prc

  1. The relationship with the PRC and the related issues of Taiwan independence and Chinese reunification continue to dominate ROC politics.
  2. Until the early 1990s, proponents of Taiwan independence argued that they would consider handing Quemoy to the PRC in any negotiated settlement.
  3. Besides supporters of the current government and the PRC, a Taiwan independence movement has grown prominent, seeking to establish a Taiwanese republic. (Web site)

Taiwan

  1. Until the 1990s, the document was considered illegitimate by most supporters of Taiwan independence because of the fact that it was not drafted in Taiwan. (Web site)
  2. On the other hand, a number of supporters of Taiwan independence argue that Taiwan was only formally incorporated as a Chinese province in 1885.
  3. Compatriots in Taiwan have further realized the serious harm "Taiwan independence" can cause.

Support

  1. What the U.S. said is that "it does not support Taiwan independence", which is not equal to "it is opposed to Taiwan independence".
  2. The United States does not support Taiwan independence and opposes unilateral steps, by either side, to change the status quo. (Web site)
  3. The party also draws on support from supporters of Taiwan independence although here it must compete with the more hardline Taiwan Solidarity Union.

Supporters

  1. Since then, the sovereignty of Taiwan has been under dispute between the PRC, ROC and Taiwan independence supporters.
  2. The legitimacy of the Cairo Declaration has been challenged by Taiwan independence supporters in recent years.
  3. Supporters of Taiwan Independence contend that Chinese reunification is really Chinese expansionism and, for Taiwan, annexation by China.

Taiwan Independence

  1. The position of supporters of Taiwan independence is that Taiwan is not part of China and the PRC is the sole legitimate government of China.
  2. Until the mid- 1990s, supporters of Taiwan independence opposed the Republic of China and supported the creation of an independent Republic of Taiwan.
  3. Within Taiwan, support for Taiwan independence and Chinese reunification exists as part of a political spectrum with most people in the middle.

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