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Chinese President Xi Jinping's talks with Taiwan linked the "1992 Consensus" to "One Country, Two Systems". President Tsai Ing-wen responded strongly, and all important political figures in the country expressed their views on this issue. One country, the two systems are not only the hottest places in Taiwan, but the Hong Kong media are also very concerned about this. Hong Kong media "Hong Kong 01" published yesterday's comments (6) about the possibility of one country, two systems in Taiwan. Will the forecast "Hong Kong today, tomorrow tomorrow" come true? Hong Kong media pointed out that whether Taiwan's economy is improving is the key, he believes that Taiwan's fundamental problem is not "unification and independence", but fatigue and illusion of the people under long-term economic stagnation.

"Hong Kong 01" reported that Xi Jinping's "Five Points Study" at the 40th Anniversary of "Taiwanese compatriots" said that this was Xi Jinping's official declaration to Taiwan. China has a long-term united front against Taiwan in the past, but from now on, it will be discussed that the principle of "one country, two systems" against Taiwan will be officially placed on the CCP agenda.

The Hong Kong media also analyzed that Tsai Ing-wen immediately took fire lines and equated the 1992 Consensus with the two-state one system. "Actually, this is a clear concept of confusion." Because the one-two-state system, which is generally unacceptable to Taiwan's public opinion, is an "integrated way" proposed by mainland China. However, the concept of "the two sides of the strait belongs to China" in the 1992 consensus was clearly noted in the first article "Regulation on Relations between People's Strait" in Taiwan. In other words, laws and regulations on both sides of the strait are based on the premise of "national unity", and the 1992 consensus is only a confirmation of the premise of national unification. Hong Kong media believe that Tsai Ing-wen's remarks were "quite clear".

Then, the report mentions an "anti-Chinese" wave in Taiwanese society, which is somewhat similar to former Hong Kong. However, Hong Kong media also pointed out that before Hong Kong's return, Hong Kong people with polls of more than 70% were reluctant to return, but "I am worried that the actual number is that 90% of Hong Kong people are reluctant", but , when mainland China 13 When public opinion from 100 million people was called, how could they be careful about Hong Kong's original public opinion and current Taiwanese public opinion?

The report believes that "China's unilateral promotion of peaceful reintegration" is a proposition that cannot be avoided by either side of the strait. However, how it will develop in the future depends on whether mainland China can maintain its stability and whether the Taiwanese economy can continue to improve. Hong Kong media shows that if Taiwan is still paid low like the last 20 years and young people cannot see the future, as more people say "do not care about unification, I want to make more money," Is it the same as paving the way for one country and two systems? Therefore, whether the two parties will "accelerate reintegration" is not dependent on the CCP but on Taiwan itself. The fundamental problem in Taiwan is not "unification and independence", but fatigue and the vacuum of the people under long-term economic stagnation.


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