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Lien Chan (連戰; Lián Zhàn; born 27 August 1936) is a politician in Taiwan. He was the Premier of the Republic of China from 27 February 1993 to 31 August 1997.
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- I believe that the peaceful development of cross-strait ties will continue to be deepened and institutionalized.
- Lien Chan (2013) cited in "Hu Jintao meets Lien Chan, urging further co-op" on China Daily, 26 February 2013.
- One China; peace on both sides of the (Taiwan) Strait; mutually beneficial integration; strive for a Chinese revival.
- Lien Chan (2013) cited in "Inside China: Taiwan VIP’s pilgrimage to Beijing" on The Washington Times, 7 March 2013.
- Both of our (Mainland China and Taiwan) legal and governance systems were built following the 'one China' structure. That is why Cross-Strait relations are not state-to-state relations and there is no room for Taiwanese independence.
- Lien Chan (2018) cited in "Lien Chan says no room for Taiwanese independence in talks with Xi Jinping" on Taipei Times, 14 July 2018.
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- 1936 births
- Living people
- Premiers of the Republic of China on Taiwan
- Vice Premiers of the Republic of China on Taiwan
- Vice Presidents of the Republic of China on Taiwan
- Governors of Taiwan Province
- Chairpersons of Kuomintang
- Ministers of Foreign Affairs (Taiwan)
- Ministers of Transportation and Communications (Taiwan)