Could ‘Two Systems’ be the answer to the Taiwan question?

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    We should explore a “two systems” solution to Taiwan question and enrich our efforts towards peaceful reunification. The vision of peaceful reunification and “one country, two systems” is the best way to realize China’s reunification. It embodies Chinese wisdom – thriving by embracing each other, takes full account of Taiwan’s reality, and is conductive to long-term stability in Taiwan after reunification. A difference in systems should not be an obstacle to reunification. It is certainly no excuse for separation.

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