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Ma Announces Push for Reforms within KMT
President Ma Ying-jeou, who doubles as KMT chairman, announced yesterday his determination to implement major reforms within the party. KMT Secretary-General Tseng Yung-chuan (曾永權) was ordered to prop ...
2014/04/16 12
Amendments to Party Charter Passed at KMT National Party Congress
The KMT yesterday held its 19th National Party Congress in Taichung. In the afternoon, the National Party Congress passed amendments to the party charter regarding the elections of the KMT chairmanshi ...
2013/11/11 1152
The 19 Recommendations Made at the 9th Cross-Strait Forum
The 9th Cross-Strait Economic, Trade and Cultural Forum was held October 26-27 in Nanning (南寧), Guangxi on the Mainland. KMT Honorary Chairman Wu Poh-hsiung (吳伯雄) and Yu Zhengsheng (俞正聲), a member of ...
2013/10/28 911
Ma: No-Confidence Motion Defeated, Premier Should Deliver Policy Report
President Ma Ying-jeou, who doubles as KMT Chairman, yesterday stated at a regular meeting of the KMT Central Standing Committee, “Now that the no-confidence motion has been voted down in the Legislat ...
2013/10/17 527
2013/10/09 421
Ma: Flexible Diplomacy Demonstrates Soft Power, Wins Respect
President Ma Ying-jeou, who doubles as KMT Chairman, yesterday stated that the policy of flexible diplomacy was on the right track over the past five years, which had given our diplomatic allies a pos ...
2013/08/29 792
Chairman Ma: KMT’s Policies Are Key to Stable Cross-Strait Relations
KMT Chairman Ma Ying-jeou said on June 11 that KMT policies were key to today’s stable cross-Strait relations, adding that since he came to office in 2005, the KMT government strived to maintain the s ...
2013/06/13 1384
President Ma Talks with Scholars at Stanford via Videoconference
During a videoconference at Stanford University's Center on Democracy, Development, and the Rule of Law (CDDRL), President Ma Ying-jeou stated yesterday that although the two sides of the Strait were ...
2013/04/17 798
KMT CSC: Ma Ying-Jeou Eligible to Run in Chairmanship Election
The KMT Central Standing Committee (CSC) meeting on January 23rd unanimously adopted a resolution, introduced by CSC member Huang Chao-shun (黃昭順) and co-sponsored by 25 other CSC members, that accord ...
2013/01/24 1101
President Ma's New Year's Day Message: Deepen Exchanges in Cross-Strait Relations
President Ma Ying-jeou gave his annual New Year's Day message on January 1, 2013. Ma stated that he hoped to cooperate with the new leader of the Mainland's Chinese Communist Party (CCP), Mr. Xi Jinpi ...
2013/01/03 1197
2012/12/27 1056
President Ma’s National Day Message Focuses on the Economy
Yesterday, President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) delivered his National Day Message titled “Forging Ahead Together With Composure in the Face of Adversity.” He stated that during past few months, enormous poli ...
2012/10/11 1191
2012/10/09 1044
17 Joint Recommendations Reached at Cross-Strait Forum
The 8th Cross-Strait Economic, Trade and Cultural Forum, organized by the Taipei-based National Policy Foundation (國政研究基金會) and Mainland China’s Research Center on Cross-Strait Relations (海峽兩岸關係研究中心), ...
2012/07/30 1787
Chairman Ma: Turning Crisis into Opportunity and Sparing No Effort to Safeguard the Value of Integrity
During yesterday’s KMT Central Standing Committee meeting, Chairman Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) issued a statement in response to the corruption scandal involving Lin Yih-shih (林益世) ), former secretary-general ...
2012/07/05 1471
KMT Expels Ex-Cabinet Secretary Lin from Party for Corruption
The Kuomintang (KMT) Central Evaluation and Discipline Committee resolved on July 3 to expel former Cabinet secretary-general Lin Yi- Shih (林益世) from party membership.
2012/07/04 1425
DPP Calls for “No Detectable Ractopamine Residue” While Adopting “No Inspection” Policy When in Power
Agricultural Minister Chen Bao-ji (陳保基) was invited to deliver a report on “progress of the Codex Alimentarius Commission (CAC) in 2012” yesterday, June 28th, before the KMT Central Committee meeting. ...
2012/06/28 1745
President Ma Delivers Second Inaugural Address
Yesterday, President Ma Ying-jeou was sworn in for his second term as the President of the Republic of China. He proposed “Five Pillars” in the high-profile address. The “Five Pillars” were (1) Enhanc ...
2012/05/21 1586
Chairman Ma: Capital Gains Tax Must Be Implemented
On May 9, the KMT Central Standing Committee invited Finance Minister Christina Liu to report on “The Purpose and Benefits of Taxing Capital Gains.” Chairman Ma Ying-jeou expressed his determination ...
2012/05/10 1323
Chairman Ma: Saving Energy and Reducing Carbon Emissions Is Gov't Policy
Electricity rates are currently scheduled to be raised in three stages. At yesterday's KMT Central Standing Committee meeting, KMT Chairman Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) stated that if electricity rates were hik ...
2012/05/03 1268
KMT Honorary Chairman Wu Po-hsiung Meets CPC General Secretary Hu Jintao
The KMT visiting delegation headed by Wu Poh-hsiung (吳伯雄), KMT honorary chairman, met with Hu Jintao (胡錦濤) at Beijing’s Great Hall of the People (人民大會堂) on March 22nd. Regarding the future development ...
2012/03/23 1836
U.S. Beef Import Issue: Ma to Take Public Health, National Interests, and US-Taiwan Relations into Account
KMT Chairman Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) stated yesterday, March 21st, at the KMT Central Standing Committee meeting that the U.S.-Korea Free Trade Agreement (FTA), which had already come into effect, would ha ...
2012/03/22 1281
Ma: Gov’t Will Never Sacrifice Public Health for Economic or Trade Benefits
Premier Sean Chen (陳冲) gave a report on his policy concerning the controversial US beef imports issue to the weekly Kuomintang (KMT) Central Standing Committee meeting on Wednesday, March 14. After li ...
2012/03/15 1380
KMT Chairman Ma: Decisions on U.S. Beef Imports Issue to Be Made on the Basis of Professional Discussions
After being briefed by Chen Bao-ji (陳保基), Chairman of the Council of Agriculture, on “The U.S. Beef Issue-Meat Products Containing Ractopamine Residue” during the KMT’s Central Standing Committee meet ...
2012/03/01 1248
February 28 is a public holiday
February 28 is a public holiday, and Feb 27 is a sandwich holiday. We will resume normal work on Wednesday, February 29. The editors and staff of this website wish you a wonderful weekend.  
2012/02/24 1136
KMT Poses Four Questions for Tsai Ing-wen
In a press conference on October 31, KMT spokesperson Lai Su-ju posed four questions for DPP Presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen: 1) Do you believe that the Republic of China (ROC) is a government in ...
2011/11/01 1763
DPP Tsai’s Approach to Seek a “Taiwan Consensus” Strongly Connotes Authoring a New Constitution
The media reported on September 17th that DPP chairwoman and Presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen, who is on a tour to the US, expounded clearly how to seek a “Taiwan consensus” in dealing with cross-S ...
2011/09/19 1768
KMT Reaffirms: Legal Status of Taiwan Beyond Question
Pro-independence groups argue that the legal status of Taiwan was undetermined by claiming that the San Francisco Peace Treaty, signed between Japan and the Allied Powers on September 8, 1951, did not ...
2011/09/06 1828
Tsai Ing-wen Should Give Direct Response to the Question of Whether or Not She Favors “No Taiwan Independence”
DPP chairwoman and Presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen has yet to give her response to the question of whether or not she supports the idea of “no Taiwan independence.” KMT spokeswoman Lai Su-ju said ...
2011/08/31 1551
The KMT Connects with the World and then Mainland China, DPP Connects with Mainland China and then the World
The pan-Green camp accused the pan-Blue camp of connecting with Mainland China first and then the world, and stated that DPP chairperson Tsai Ing-wen insisted on connecting with the world first and th ...
2011/08/30 1702

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