Zheng Jianbang, the chairman of the Central Committee of the Revolutionary Committee of the Chinese Kuomintang (RCCK), emphasized the importance of advancing China’s peaceful reunification during a press conference on the sidelines of the first session of the 14th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC). The RCCK has historically maintained relationships with Taiwan, and Zheng pledged to use this advantage to assist Taiwanese youth in developing on the Chinese mainland, increase people-to-people exchanges, promote integration across the Taiwan Strait, and create stronger bonds between the people on both sides of the Strait.
Zheng Jianbang’s remarks reflect China’s continued commitment to peaceful reunification with Taiwan. The RCCK, founded in January 1948, is one of the eight non-Communist parties in China that participates in state affairs under the leadership of the Communist Party of China. The party has played an active role in advancing China’s reunification, with Zheng serving as a key figure in this endeavor.
In addition to promoting peaceful reunification, Zheng also mentioned other aspects of RCCK’s work, including its contributions to poverty alleviation in China’s rural areas. With China’s emphasis on poverty reduction in recent years, the RCCK has played a crucial role in alleviating poverty and improving the standard of living for rural communities.
Zheng’s emphasis on advancing China’s peaceful reunification highlights the importance of Taiwan in China’s overall strategic vision. The development of cross-Strait relations and the peaceful reunification of China and Taiwan is not only important for the people on both sides of the Strait but is also critical to the stability and prosperity of the region as a whole.
The RCCK’s historical relationships with Taiwan provide a unique advantage for the party to play a meaningful role in promoting integration and forging closer bonds between the people of China and Taiwan. As the RCCK continues to work towards this goal, it will undoubtedly contribute to China’s overall efforts to create a more prosperous and stable region, benefiting not only China and Taiwan but also the entire Asia-Pacific region.