Foreign and Military AffairsChina opposes Japan visit by Taiwan opposition party chairperson(Xinhua)Updated: 2009-12-08 21:09BEIJING: China opposes the planned visit to Japan by Tsai Ing-wen, chairperson of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), the opposition party in Taiwan, Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Jiang Yu said Tuesday.
Reports said Tsai would visit Japan from December 13 to 16.
“China has consistently and firmly opposed Taiwan independence elements like Tsai Ing-wen visiting countries that have diplomatic relations with China,” said Jiang in response to a question.SpecialsCopenhagen Climate Change Conference 2009moreAnt tribeYoung graduates pursue dreams in city despite harsh reality.High-priced healthcareA recent report said Chinese people were spending $92.9 billion on medical services and health goods, an 86 percent increase from the $50 billion spent in 2003.Celebrity SightingsTheyre hot, theyre out and about.. and we have the phots of your favorite celebrities.”Nine”Nicole Kidman poses as she arrives for the world premiere of the film “Nine” at Leicester Square in London December 3,2009.China will launch its second moon orbiter next October, state media reported today, as it powers ahead with a space programme that has sparked concerns abroad.ColumnsLi XingLooking for climate solutions in CopenhagenChen WeihuaInfotainment makes us less informedmoreChina Daily E-paperChina DailyUS Edition21st CenturyBusiness WeeklyChina Daily PDFSubscribeAdvertiseJobsAbout Us

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