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  • The United States welcomed the historic meeting between the leaders of China and Taiwan on Saturday, calling for further progress in reducing tensions and promoting stability.
  • Chinese President Xi Jinping told Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou that the two sides are a family whose blood is thicker than water during the first meeting between the two sides on Saturday since China'…
  • It is not the first time Chinese politicians from both sides of the Taiwan Straits have chosen to meet in Singapore. That was in April 1993 when the heads of the respective liaison organizations in …
  • Chinese President Xi Jinping and Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou will meet and dine in Singapore on Saturday, marking the first talks between leaders of the two sides in more than six decades.
  • The announcement that President Xi Jinping will meet Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou in Singapore on November 7 hit the headlines across the world. Here are five key implications of the proposed meeting:
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  • Ma appeared flushed after dinner party with Xi
  • Xi Jinping welcomes Taiwan's bid to join AIIB under ap…
  • Chinese official presents six points on Xi-Ma meeting
  • Xi-Ma meeting to have far-reaching impact on cross-Str…
  • Xi-Ma meeting a “hint” for Tsai Ing-wen: expert

Historic handshake Chinese President Xi Jinping (right) shakes hands with Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou as the leaders from the two sides met for the first time since 1949. Photo: Zhang Han/Sino-US.com

Security is tightened at Shangri-La Hotel as the Xi-Ma meeting nears. Photo: Zhang Han/Sino-US.com Security check is tightened at Shangri-La Hotel as the Xi-Ma meeting nears. Photo: Zhang Han/Sino-US.com

Reporters at Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore on November 6, 2015. Photo: Zhang Han/Sino-US.com Reporters at Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore on November 6, 2015. Photo: Zhang Han/Sino-US.com

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