Ma Ying-jeou is looking forward to going to the mainland: I really want to think more now than before.

 Ma Ying-jeou is looking forward to going to the mainland: I really want to think more now than before.

According to reports, in order to welcome Ma Ying-jeous arrival, Taiwans online media reporters have collected netizensquestions in advance through mainland social platforms such as Sina Weibo and Weixin Friendship Circle, and asked questions on the spot. In response to the intention of landing, Ma Ying-jeou explained that three years ago, the 70th anniversary of Taiwans recovery and victory in the War of Resistance Against Japan, We spent a lot of time reviewing this history and touching many cities on the mainland. We really wanted to see how much worse it was then. What happened at that time was very interesting, and now its more interesting than before.

He also mentioned that before choosing Taipei mayor, he had the opportunity to go to the mainland to participate in the Silk Road Run, I was very excited at that time, all of them signed up. He didnt expect to be persuaded to run for Taipei mayor, so he lost his job. Therefore, I hope I can have a chance to see it. After all, I learned a lot from textbooks and many people in the past, especially now many mainland students want me to go to their hometown.

According to Taiwans media earlier, Ma Ying-jeou, a former leader and vice-Leader of the island, and Wu Dunyi, chairman of the Kuomintang, will be lifted three years after the expiration of the no-go-to-mainland ban. It is reported that Wu Dunyi may lead the mayors of 15 Lanying counties to land after 520. Ma Ying-jeou also made clear his will when he was interviewed on this issue.

At a press conference held by the National Taiwan Office on 16 this month, in response to questions raised by reporters about Ma Ying-jeous willingness to visit the mainland, spokesman Ma Xiaoguang responded that during his tenure as Taiwans regional leader, Mr. Ma Ying-jeou adhered to the 92 Consensus and opposed Taiwan Independence to promote peaceful development of cross-strait relations and achieved positive results. We are willing to strengthen exchanges with political parties, groups and people who adhere to the 1992 Consensus, oppose Taiwan independence and support the peaceful development of cross-strait relations, and exchange views on cross-strait relations and the future of the nation.

Source: Author of Taiwan. com of China: Editor-in-Charge of Wang Siyu: Liu Xiaowu_NN4113