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|Other Titles: ||The management policy and mechanism of releasing Chinese tourists visiting Taiwan|
|Authors: ||黃艷薰;Huang, Yen-Hsun|
|Keywords: ||陸客來臺;對臺政策;政策分析;Chinese tourists visiting Taiwan;policies toward Taiwan;Policies analysis|
|Issue Date: ||2013-04-13 10:34:57 (UTC+8)|
In 2008, Mr. Ma Ying-jeou won the election by receiving over 58% of the vote. Mr. Ma successfully ended eight years of DPP’s ruling and brought KMT back again as the leading party in Taiwan. In Mr. Ma’s plan, he purposed several policies in terms of improving Taiwan’s relationship with China—cross-strait direct flight, limited admission of Chinese academic record, allowing Chinese fund to invest realty in Taiwan, releasing Chinese tourists visiting Taiwan and so on. Because of Mr. Ma’s plan, people expect that there might be some major changes when it comes to Taiwan and China’s relationship. Accompanied with the impact of global financial crisis, in order to promote internal economic, Ma government chose “releasing Chinese tourists visiting Taiwan” as the main policy among the issues of Taiwan and China.
The interrelation between Taiwan and China gradually becomes closer and closer. Although the release of Chinese tourists to visit Taiwan indeed brings enormous business opportunities and boosts the economic, Taiwanese at the same time worry that China will take this economic leak as opportunity to force Taiwan to unite politically. Taiwanese government should stand in people’s shoes to build the strategies and practice the policies. Currently Chinese government pays high attention to the exchange between Taiwan and China and offers considerable advantages. However, focusing on these desirable offers, Chinese government’s strategic intention remains undisclosed. As for Taiwan, whether the gradually loosening policies will bring advantages or disadvantages is worthy of further discussion.
The increased exchange between Taiwan and China deepens Taiwan’s dependency on China and allows China to hold a great influence upon Taiwan. To avoid this situation, the development of cross-strait relationship will switch from “complete openness” to “secure management.” This research consists of five chapters. First chapter is a brief introduction and the final chapter will draw a conclusion. Based on both Taiwan and China’s respective interests, chapter two to four try to deconstruct the background of cross-strait policies of both sides. Taiwanese government can construct even more thorough strategies by analyzing Chinese government’s policies. Focusing on the chance of releasing Chinese tourists to visit Taiwan, this thesis aims to provide a solution for settling the political, economical as well as cultural discrepancies between Taiwan and China.
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