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- I hope that the team on the other side (Mainland China) can cooperate with us to contribute to the peaceful development of relations across the (Taiwan) strait, safeguard cross-strait security, and develop ideas for co-existence and mutual prosperity.
- Chen Ming-tong (2018) cited in "Taiwan's China policy agency hoping to work with Beijing counterpart" on Focus Taiwan, 19 March 2018.
- It (1992 consensus) won't work even if Taiwan accepts the consensus, as (Mainland) China won't accept a free interpretation of 'one China'.
- Chen Ming-tong (2018) cited in "MAC head brushes off '1992 consensus'" on Focus Taiwan, 25 May 2018.
- The future of cross-strait relations depends on (Mainland) China implementing genuine democratic reforms. That is the best solution to the 'Taiwan issue' that we (Government of the Republic of China) can offer the (mainland) Chinese side.
- Chen Ming-tong (2019) cited in "MAC head proposes three tenets for stable cross-strait relations" on Focus Taiwan, 22 January 2019.
- Although (Kaohsiung Mayor) Han (Kuo-yu) and I belong to different political camps, we both possess ROC national identification cards. Like I once said, the distance between the pan-blue (Kuomintang) and pan-green camps (Democratic Progressive Party), however wide it is, is narrower than that between the pan-blue camp and the red camp (Communist Party of China).
- Chen Ming-tong (2019) cited in "MAC minister, mayor meet on cross-strait ties" on Taipei Times, 24 January 2019.
- As Beijing has never renounced the use of force against Taiwan, the participation of some retired Taiwanese generals in mainland China's national celebrations has triggered resentment among the public.
- Chen Ming-tong (2019) cited in "MAC stresses need to tighten China visit rules by ex-officials" on Focus Taiwan, 15 February 2019.
- Exactly what kind of peace agreement (with Mainland China) are we (Taiwan) signing, if we sign one at this moment?
- Chen Ming-tong (2019) cited in "Premier opposes peace agreement with China" on Focus Taiwan, 19 February 2019.