Making A New China: Home Coming Journeys

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The handover of two special administrative regions (SAR)–Hong Kong and Macao— to China was a great stride forward towards the reunification of the entire nation. Since then, a series of constructive dialogues between leaders on both sides of the Taiwan Straits have moved China closer towards the CPC’s ultimate goal: reunifying the entire nation.

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