Al Jazeera: Taiwan opposition chief in no rush for China meeting
Tue March, 2021, Age: 2 years
Johnny Chiang, the elected leader of Taiwan’s main opposition party, the Kuomintang, said that he was in no hurry to meet with China’s President Xi Jinping and further noted that Beijing’s insistence that Taiwan submit to Communist rule had “no market” on the island nation. The Kuomintang is thought of as being more conciliatory to mainland China than the ruling Democratic Progressive Party. Chiang noted, “the timing (of a meeting) needs to be right, but more importantly there needs to be the precondition of equality an dignity, and it has to be beneficial for Taiwan.