-Taiwan is an inseparable part of China
-Guidelines and Policies for Chinese government to Solve the Taiwan Issues
-Status Quo and Development of Cross-Straits Relationships
-Cross-Straits Dialogues & Negotiations
-International Consensus
-Oppositon to “Taiwan Independence” and Efforts for Reunification
  Taiwan is an integral part of China . In 1895, Japan compulsively seized Taiwan through an invasive war into China . The year 1945 witnessed the Chinese people's great victory in their anti-Japanese war and Taiwan 's restoration to its motherland. In 1949, the Chinese people remarkably won the New Democratic Revolution and founded the People's Republic of China . The Kuomintang ruling group retreated to Taiwan , a province of China , where it gained supports from some foreign powers and continued to confront the central government, and hence come forth the Taiwan issues. The occurrence of Taiwan issues has led to the temporal separation of the Chinese territory cross the Taiwan Straits, and it is a remaining problem coming from a civil war of China itself; on the other hand, it is a consequence resulting from the “Taiwan Independence” secessionist forces and some foreign powers. Over the past 50 years, however, the fact that both territories cross the Straits belong to the same China never changes, and the national emotions of all the compatriots have been remaining the same as blood is thicker than water. The CPC, the Chinese Government and all the Chinese people throughout the world have unremittingly been struggling for the reunification cross the Straits.
   The CPC and the Chinese Government established their guideline of a peaceful reunification in 1979, and then brought forward a reasonable concept of “One Country, Two Systems”, forming a fundamental principle of “peaceful reunification, and one country of two systems”. Guided by this fundamental principle, all the compatriots cross the Straits have made concerted efforts. As a result, the situation has developed from separation to communications, non-governmental exchanges are increasingly expanding and deepening, and economic co-operation has become closer and more profound. All in all, the cross-Straits relationships have changed greatly. But, within the Taiwan Island , there still exists a countercurrent of “Taiwan Independence” secessionism, and the Taiwan authority continues to perform their “Taiwan Independence” separatist activities. That is the most remarkable obstacle for the development of cross-Straits relationships and the peaceful reunification of China , and the most dangerous threat upon the peace and stability in the Taiwan Straits and the Asia-Pacific areas.
   Now it is most urgent for all the compatriots cross the Straits to oppose the “Taiwan Independence” secessionist activities and maintain the peace around the Taiwan Straits. It is where the fundamental interests of the Chinese nation rest in, an inherent demand to maintain the peace and stability in the Taiwan Straits and Asia-Pacific Area. The 1.3 billion Chinese people, including those who are currently living in Taiwan, can never allow anyone separate Taiwan from China with any excuse. With concerted efforts by the Chinese people throughout the world, the reunification of China will surely be realized earlier.