Ma Ying-jeou during his visit to China, at his ancestor’s grave “I did ‘President of the Republic of China’ twice”

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Taiwan’s official name comes up one after another … Chinese media does not deliver

Taiwan’s former President Ma Ying-jeou visits his ancestor’s tomb in Xiangtan, Hunan Province, China on the 1st.

(AFP. Yonhap News)

(Beijing = Yonhap News) Reporter Cho Joon-hyung = “Grandfather, I was elected President of the Republic of China twice.”

Former Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou, who is visiting China, visited China on the 1st at his grandfather’s grave in Xiangtan City, Hunan Province, read a memorial service containing his life story and said, “The Republic of China 97 years (2008) ) and 101 years (2012) twice in Chinese I was elected president of the Republic of Korea,” reported Taiwan’s Central News Agency.

Former president Ma also said that during the eight years he was in office (2008-2016), he promoted peace and development on both sides (China and Taiwan), saying, “Taiwan and the mainland (China) divided by the sea This is the most peaceful and prosperous period in 70 years.”

The official name of Taiwan is the “Republic of China”. Earlier, on the 28th of last month, former President Ma mentioned the ‘Republic of China’ when visiting the tomb of Sun Yat-sen (孫文, 1866-1925), the ‘Father of the State’ of Taiwan, but the media did not Chinese consider Taiwan as part of China It does not present the talk about the ‘Republic of China’ of the former President Tama at all.

In the midst of this, while former President Ma was traveling by high-speed train from Wuhan, Hubei Province, to Changsha, Hunan Province the day before, Song Tao, the highest-ranking official in China’s Taiwan affairs department and director of the Taiwan Office Committee Central of the Communist Party of China (ministerial level), with him, Chinese media reported

Former President Ma, who visited China for a 12-day stay on the 27th of last month, became the first person to set foot on the Chinese mainland as a former or future president of Taiwan after the Kuomintang regime, which was defeated in Chinese Civil War in 1949, moved to Taiwan.

Taiwan’s former President Ma Ying-jeou (left) and Taiwan Affairs Office Director Song Tao ride together on the high-speed train on March 31.

(Xinhua Yonhap News)

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