class notes 6.30.10 - Taiwan Taiwan Lee, Deng-Hui Era (1988...

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Taiwan Taiwan – Lee, Deng-Hui Era (1988 – 2000) Promoted conflicts between mainstreams and non-mainstream Money-politics brought in government and party Abolished Taiwan provincial government 1992: Recognized China Both China and Taiwan acknowledge that Mainland China and Taiwan are part of “One China” while disagreeing on what that means. China: Communists Taiwan: Future China 1993: Went to Singapore 228 Incident February 28, 1947 Dispute between a female cigarette vendor and a KMT officer of the Office of Monopoly triggered civil disorder. Open rebellion lasted for days in Taiwan Chen Yi used force to put down the uprising, thousands or more Taiwanese were killed or imprisoned. 1995: Visited the US 1996: Direct president election (54% vs 21%) US aircraft carrier battle group in Taiwan Strait 1999: “Two States Theory” No more dialogue 2000: Helped Chen, Shui-Bian win presidential election
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This note was uploaded on 05/04/2011 for the course POLITICAL 497 taught by Professor Dr.sharonwei during the Summer '10 term at Boise State.

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class notes 6.30.10 - Taiwan Taiwan Lee, Deng-Hui Era (1988...

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