Taiwan Strait on the Tsai government's unwillingness to accept the "1992 Consensus" and provoked the CCP by proposing a "two-state theory" that the Republic of China and the People's Republic of China are not subordinate to each other. Su Qi and intimidated the people of Taiwan. If they did not accept the "1992 Consensus", Taiwan would fall into the tragic situation in Ukraine today. This provoked strong dissatisfaction with Cao Xingcheng, honorary chairman of UMC. Chairman Cao wrote an article accusing Su Qi of creating the "1992 Consensus", deceiving people by saying that.
The Unification Faction Blinds the 1992 Consensus; Ah Bian Sticks to One Side, One Country", mainly focuses on President Ah Bian's remarks that in 2000, when he was first elected as President, he served as the Deputy Chairman of the Mainland Affairs Council during the Lee Teng-hui era. Commissioner Su Qi mentioned to him that there is a so-called "1992 Consensus" between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait, which is "one China with its own expression". Chen Shui-bian is particularly "cold" about "one China", and he intuitions that "one China" will make Taiwan lose its sovereignty. Therefore, he spent several months searching for the files of the "1992 Consensus". As a result, I searched Raster to Vector Conversion
the presidential palace and found nothing. He also asked Gu Zhenfu, chairman of the SEF, and Xu Huiyou, who spoke on behalf of Taiwan in 1992. The answers he got were all denying the existence of the so-called "1992 Consensus". Later, Su Qi himself admitted proudly that the "1992 Consensus" was the term he "created". However, this term later became a "1992 Consensus", a phenomenon expressed by both sides of the Strait.
Wang Hao passed it on to me the day before yesterday. He and Akio Yaita visited the YouTube video of former President Chen Shui-bian. In fact, President in 2000, I supported James Soong. Later, I also became one of the founders of the People First Party. As for Chen Shui-bian, it is natural to "look like a pirate". In a blink of an eye, more than 20 years have passed, and the world is changing, and there is only a ruthless time, sternly examining the merits and demerits of past politicians... However, today, more than 20 years later, through Wang Hao and Akio Yaita's interviews with Chen Shui-bian, I have a special impression of the former President Chen Shui-bian "not to use nonsense." The content of the interview titled.