A meeting of significance
It's a meeting that's been six years in the making. Eric Chu, the head of Taiwan's ruling party Kuomintang and Xi Jinping, China's president and the head of its Communist Party, met on May 4th in Beijing. The meeting between the two men is only the third between the parties' chairmen when both parties were in power. The last such meeting was held in 2009, when the Kuomintang had a different chairman.
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