Taiwan Passport map; INDEPENDENT TAIWAN!

Taiwan Passport map; INDEPENDENT TAIWAN!

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Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#1 Dec 4, 2012
DPP’s passport stickers to show Taiwan, not China
By Chris Wang / Staff reporter

In response to what it called the government’s inaction over Beijing’s recent move to include Taiwan as part of its territory in its new passports, the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) yesterday issued passport stickers as a countermeasure to highlight Taiwan’s sovereignty.

“We would like to let the international community know that Taiwan is not part of China,” DPP spokesperson Wang Min-sheng (王閔& #29983;) said.

China’s new passports, which Beijing began issuing in May, include Taiwan and the South China Sea as Chinese territory and sparked protests from countries which have territorial disputes with China, including Taiwan, Vietnam, India and the Philippines.

The Philippines decided not to stamp new Chinese passports, Vietnam stamps “canceled” on the passports and India affixes a visa to Chinese passports stating its own territorial claims.

Taiwan has not implemented any countermeasures, other than the Mainland Affairs Council issuing a verbal protest, saying that Beijing’s unilateral move would destabilize the region.

Disappointed at the Ma administration’s passivity and inaction, the DPP has ordered 10,000 stickers, which come in the same size as Taiwanese passports, with the slogan “Taiwan is my country” and a map highlighting Taiwan’s territory and its geographical position, Wang said.

Taiwanese could stick the stickers on their passports to assert Taiwan’s sovereignty as a protest against China, Wang said.

The stickers are to be distributed at the DPP’s local offices and the Bureau of Consular Affairs under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Wang said.

The ministry warned people over the use of the stickers in a press release issued yesterday evening, saying it would be a violation of current regulations and could cause trouble for tourists when clearing customs and entering foreign countries.
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#2 Dec 4, 2012
"The Philippines decided not to stamp new Chinese passports, Vietnam stamps “canceled” on the passports and India affixes a visa to Chinese passports stating its own territorial claims."

CCP fails totally once again!

HA HA HA HA HA HA!
RayH

Guangzhou, China

#3 Dec 4, 2012
Mirolyuba wrote:
"The Philippines decided not to stamp new Chinese passports, Vietnam stamps “canceled” on the passports and India affixes a visa to Chinese passports stating its own territorial claims."
CCP fails totally once again!
HA HA HA HA HA HA!
Two useless countries and a non-existant one.
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#5 Dec 6, 2012
RayH wrote:
<quoted text>
Two useless countries and a non-existant one.
But you support a friendless, parasitic CCP dictatorship that trys to force its fake maps, fake power, and fake society upon its neighbours and FAILS TOTALLY!

FAILS TOTALLY!

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Surrey, Canada

#6 Dec 8, 2012
I guess "RayHole"has to HIDE now!

So PREDICTABLE, these weak CCP supporters!

But FUNNY in their incompetent schemes!

Like stupid, bloodthirsty, corrupt clowns!
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#7 Dec 11, 2012
RayH wrote:
<quoted text>
Two useless countries and a non-existant one.
But you support a friendless, parasitic CCP dictatorship that trys to force its fake maps, fake power, and fake society upon its neighbours and FAILS TOTALLY!

FAILS TOTALLY!

Do YOU HIDE because you are ALSO a TOTAL FAILURE?

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
lct

Beijing, China

#8 Dec 11, 2012
Bank of China Ltd.’s Taipei branch won the right to clear yuan transactions in Taiwan, paving the way for use of the mainland’s currency on the island that’s been ruled separately since a civil war six decades ago.
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Surrey, Canada

#10 Dec 12, 2012
^ Unfortunately, that is pure propaganda fantasy, as there is no interest in such a thing at all in Taiwan, and the Chinese Communist Party dictatorship does not have even the authority to issue a postage stamp for Taiwan!
lct

Beijing, China

#11 Dec 12, 2012
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP wrote:
^ Unfortunately, that is pure propaganda fantasy, as there is no interest in such a thing at all in Taiwan, and the Chinese Communist Party dictatorship does not have even the authority to issue a postage stamp for Taiwan!
read your media. bloomberg. loser.
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP

Surrey, Canada

#14 Dec 12, 2012
lct wrote:
<quoted text>
read your media. bloomberg. loser.
Yes, apparently, the CCP is so WEAK now, it BOASTS about a single bank branch accepting RMB for exchange!

LOSER REGIME!

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
lct

Beijing, China

#15 Dec 12, 2012
CHINA HUMILIATED by CCP wrote:
<quoted text>
Yes, apparently, the CCP is so WEAK now, it BOASTS about a single bank branch accepting RMB for exchange!
LOSER REGIME!
HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!
it is not exchange, it is replacement of taiwan dollars. you clown.
bll

Christchurch, New Zealand

#16 Dec 12, 2012
lct wrote:
<quoted text>
it is not exchange, it is replacement of taiwan dollars. you clown.
Licked, you little sweety. For years we had banned commie Chinese money in Taiwan, but just last week , for better or worse, people can now go to some banks and exchange NT dollars for commie money.
But Licked we can do the same for USA dollars, Aussie dollars, or just about any currency in the world,,,, what you are so happy about Licked baby, is that we have just decided to let your corrupt country, play with the big boys
lct

Beijing, China

#17 Dec 12, 2012
bll wrote:
<quoted text>
Licked, you little sweety. For years we had banned commie Chinese money in Taiwan, but just last week , for better or worse, people can now go to some banks and exchange NT dollars for commie money.
But Licked we can do the same for USA dollars, Aussie dollars, or just about any currency in the world,,,, what you are so happy about Licked baby, is that we have just decided to let your corrupt country, play with the big boys
what are you talking about? RMB was exchangeable in Taiwan a few years ago. LOSER.

if we did not lend $95 billion to taiwan earlier this year, the NT dollar now already worthless.

next, they will have to move business headquaters to Fujian. idiot.
bll

Christchurch, New Zealand

#18 Dec 12, 2012
licked,, sweety.. reading Xinhua does not make you knowledgeable(?)lol
Central bank Governor Perng Fai-nan (&#24429;&#28142;& #21335;) yesterday said the currency clearing agreement between Taiwan and China may take effect before the Lunar New Year, which falls in February next year.

Meanwhile, the Financial Supervisory Commission is to send an official letter to local banks today or tomorrow that would allow them to do onshore business in yuan, a commission official said by telephone yesterday.

Perng made the remark after the People’s Bank of China on Tuesday appointed the Taipei branch of Bank of China Ltd (&#20013;&#22283;& #37504;&#34892;) as its clearing bank for yuan trading in Taiwan, a critical step in pushing forward the memorandum of understanding for cross-strait currency settlement signed on Aug. 31.
Earlier in September, the Chinese central bank appointed the Bank of Taiwan’s (&#21488;&#28771;& #37504;&#34892;) branch in Shanghai as the New Taiwan dollar clearing bank in China.

At a meeting of the Finance Committee at the legislature yesterday, Perng said he met officials from the Taipei branch of Bank of China late on Tuesday. He said he hoped the Chinese bank would accelerate follow-up procedures for the yuan settlement.

“The next step now is for clearing banks on both sides to sign a currency settlement agreement,” Perng said in a question-and-answer session at the committee.

It may take about a month for such an agreement to take effect, Perng said, adding that he expects domestic banking units in Taiwan to officially launch onshore yuan trading by the Lunar New Year.

As you can see Licked, your countries currency is only just become acceptable in our country, but I think after next election,, it will be back to the status quo.
lct

Beijing, China

#19 Dec 12, 2012
bll wrote:
licked,, sweety.. reading Xinhua does not make you knowledgeable(?)lol
Central bank Governor Perng Fai-nan (&#24429;&#28142;& #21335;) yesterday said the currency clearing agreement between Taiwan and China may take effect before the Lunar New Year, which falls in February next year.
Meanwhile, the Financial Supervisory Commission is to send an official letter to local banks today or tomorrow that would allow them to do onshore business in yuan, a commission official said by telephone yesterday.
Perng made the remark after the People’s Bank of China on Tuesday appointed the Taipei branch of Bank of China Ltd (&#20013;&#22283;& #37504;&#34892;) as its clearing bank for yuan trading in Taiwan, a critical step in pushing forward the memorandum of understanding for cross-strait currency settlement signed on Aug. 31.
Earlier in September, the Chinese central bank appointed the Bank of Taiwan’s (&#21488;&#28771;& #37504;&#34892;) branch in Shanghai as the New Taiwan dollar clearing bank in China.
At a meeting of the Finance Committee at the legislature yesterday, Perng said he met officials from the Taipei branch of Bank of China late on Tuesday. He said he hoped the Chinese bank would accelerate follow-up procedures for the yuan settlement.
“The next step now is for clearing banks on both sides to sign a currency settlement agreement,” Perng said in a question-and-answer session at the committee.
It may take about a month for such an agreement to take effect, Perng said, adding that he expects domestic banking units in Taiwan to officially launch onshore yuan trading by the Lunar New Year.
As you can see Licked, your countries currency is only just become acceptable in our country, but I think after next election,, it will be back to the status quo.
research unionpay card global domination.
BTW, like I said before , be good at raisin cows.:)
Mirolyuba

Port Moody, Canada

#20 Dec 13, 2012
Big deal.

Tourists can but RMB in Taiwan, which is still useless playmoney everywhere else.

Yawn.

"Taiwan to become third offshore RMB clearing and settlement centre
Original headline: The third way

Source: Asia Risk
Author: Garima Chitkara
Source: Asia Risk | 06 Dec 2012
Categories: Clearing and settlement
Topics: Asia, Taiwan, Taiwan Central Bank, Post-trade settlement, Clearing, Chinese renminbi
inShare0 Taipei is set to become a local hub for RMB settlement and trading, following Hong Kong and Macau. However, hurdles remain in the development of a liquid offshore RMB funding and interbank market

As with Taiwanese travellers to China, renminbi transactions will no longer need to stop in Hong Kong on their way to the mainland. A clearing mechanism between the RMB and NTD means that Taiwanese traders can directly settle their invoices through a clearing bank in Taiwan without going through Bank of China in Hong Kong...."

I guess TOTAL LOSER REGIMES like that of the CCP must BOAST ENDLESSLY about how junk news like this foreshadows the "world domination" of the CCP dictatorship.

Did you know that the CANADIAN DOLLAR is exchangeable EVERYWHERE ON EARTH?

In only another 50 years, CCP China MAY catch up to CANADA!

HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA HA!

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