• Eighth cross-strait trade and cultural forum

      [Eighth cross-strait trade and cultural forum] "Cross-Strait Economic, Trade and Culture Forum" is based on the 2005 CPC Central Committee General Secretary Hu Jintao and the Chinese KMT Chairman Lien Chan to reach the "peaceful development of cross-strait common vision" established。 Under the initiative, in mid-2006 the first "cross-strait economic and trade forum" held in Beijing。 2006 mid-second "cross-Strait Agricultural Cooperation Forum" held in Boao, Hainan。 In 2007 the third "Cross-Strait Economic, Trade and Culture Forum" held in Beijing。 Since then, the group's name began to be fixed, still in use today, to convene an annual forum。
      Under this initiative, in 2006 April 14 to 15, the first "cross-strait economic and trade forum" held in Beijing。
    2006 October 17 to 18, the second "cross-Strait Agricultural Cooperation Forum" held in Boao, Hainan。 2007 April 28 to 29, the third "Cross-Strait Economic, Trade and Culture Forum" held in Beijing。
    Forum name began to be fixed。 2008 December 20 to 21, the fourth cross-strait trade and cultural forum held in Shanghai。
      [Features] theme for the eighth forum of cross-strait economic and trade and cultural forum is "to deepen the peaceful development for the benefit of people on both sides."。
    Forum will focus on the development of Retrospect and Prospect of peace, deepen economic and trade cooperation, expand cultural and educational exchanges to discuss three issues, in order to bring together the two sides of public opinion and unite a community consensus to consolidate and deepen the peaceful development of cross-strait relations a good situation。 By then, high-level KMT and the CPC and other political parties in Taiwan who, on both sides of department heads, experts and scholars, cross-strait trade, finance, tourism, culture, education, publishing, film and other industry representatives who will attend the forum, and discuss the peace plan for the future, a total of seek the welfare of the people。

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