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  • 1. China vs. Taiwan Log and Cin
  • 2. Start of the feud
    • Taiwan was invaded and controlled by China in 1662.
    • In 1895 Japan overtook Taiwan from China in the aftermath of the first Sino-Japanese war.
    • After WWII Taiwan was taken back by China for good.
  • 3. 228 Massacre
    • On February 28, 1947, the current Nationalist Chinese government in place put down peaceful protests violently.
    • The estimated number of deaths is in the thousands to ten thousands.
  • 4. 1949-1979
    • Taiwan helped the Nationalist party try to take China in a Civil War.
    • In the end the communist party proved to be the victor.
  • 5. 1949-1979
    • The Chinese communist party took over all of China, but let the nationalist’s control Taiwan.
    • The Nationalist’s limited Taiwan’s freedom of expression.
    • Taiwanese people could not visit China’s mainland.
  • 6. 1979-1998 (cont.)
    • The Nationalist party allows visits to the Chinese mainland.
    • After the ROC became democratic, in the 90’s, it favored independence for Taiwan.
    • In 1998 talks between the two parties broke down.
  • 7. 1998-2008
    • Chen Shui-bian was elected leader of Taiwan, and was pro-independence.
    • China made a no contact policy with Chen over his refusal over the “One china policy”.
    • The policy states everything in China is one, including Taiwan.
  • 8. 1998-2008 (cont.)
    • Chinese leadership built up missile and warned Taiwan of action if it declared independence in 2003.
    • In 2003 international airways were opened between china and Thailand for the first time.
    • In 2005, China enacted the Anti-Secession law, formalizing violent acts to stem Thailand independence protests.
  • 9. 2008-Present
    • When the KMT party took power in China, Thailand’s conditions improved.
    • Negotiations were held formally for the first time.
    • Chinese investors were allowed to invest in Thailand’s markets, boosting economic growth.