Beijing accuses Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen of demanding equal ‘state-to-state’ treatment

Beijing has accused Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen of reviving the “special state-to-state” theory that calls for mainland China and the island to be treated equally.In a speech on Sunday to mark the 110th anniversary of the foundation of the Republic of China, the official title still used by the Taipei authorities, Tsai said that Taiwan and mainland China “should not be subordinate to each other”, comments Beijing and some observers on both sides of the strait interpreted as a revival of…


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