Frank Hseih, former leader of Taiwan’s Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), said on Monday that “unexpected” (sure Frank, sure) meetings with Chinese officials during his visit to the mainland were “very good“.
From Want China Times:
While in Beijing, Hsieh met with Wang Yi, director of China’s Taiwan Affairs Office, during which he proposed a “constitutional consensus” to replace Taiwan’s ruling Kuomintang-backed “1992 consensus” of “one China, respective interpretations.”
He also held talks with Dai Bingguo, a member of China’s State Council, before meeting with Chen Yunlin, president of the quasi-official Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Strait, who serves as China’s top negotiator with Taiwan.
During the meeting with Dai, Hsieh urged Beijing to allow Taiwan a greater presence in the international community.