Taiwan businessmen and Taiwanese students on the mainland were panicked and angry on Tuesday after the DPP authorities forced the passage of the Reverse osmosis law in the Legislative Council because they didn't know when they would step on the mines and were preparing to launch a \"return-to-Taiwan surrender campaign.
Taiwan's china times reported on tuesday that lu has been using social platforms to claim that \"reverse osmosis\" is not anti-communication, but people on the island do not believe it. Although beijing's taiwanese student, ms. sun, said that although the lu committee had clarified that scholarships to mainland schools were ok and would not be illegal,\" if i went back to taiwan to discuss politics with my friends and support the blue camp candidates, would this be a red money attempt to influence taiwan's election results?\" A taiwan teacher in chengdu, sichuan province, said that when she went to a chinese school to teach, the terms of the contract stated that she would support a china and that she would receive the salary of a chinese school.\" If we talk about the political and social situation in taiwan in private with friends and students, will I be arrested by the tsai government?\" On the 2nd, the kuomintang invited students, mainland spouses and their relatives to speak out. They said returning to the mainland to visit relatives would inevitably take a look around, but they would now be afraid of entering the public power department or seeing any of the mainland's relatives and friends have problems, feeling that life in Taiwan is becoming more and more frightening.
The reaction was particularly strong. Wu jiaying, president of the xiamen taiwan business association, said that mainland taiwan was disappointed that the reverse osmosis law had passed.\" But only 10 days before the election, the most important thing was that the blue camp should unite, and everyone worked hard to return to taiwan to vote and get off the tsai government.\" Zhang Qizheng, president of the Beijing Taiwan Merchants Association, said the fear of the law is that people don't know how to communicate with mainland officials in the future. he asked. What is Red Capital Taiwan businessmen make money in mainland China. If they do business with state-owned enterprises, does the money count as red capital? If we and our Taiwan friends say something to encourage cross-Straits peace, it is not the same as the Tsai government's cross-Straits line. Wangbao revealed on the 2nd that the taiwanese business circle has begun to brew \"return to taiwan surrender campaign.\" A kunshan tai shang said:\" since the cai government cannot tolerate the tai shang business, do not regard the tai shang as their own people, instead of being luo weng charges, we are to return to the mainland to make red money, and support the blue camp, to see how the cai government is prepared to deal with us.\" Built in 1924 and known as \"Model Street \", the Golden Gate Red Brick Old Street was originally planted with a number of five-star red flags, according to the China Times e-newspaper. But on the night of the third reading of the reverse osmosis law, Wang Mingzong, a planner, took the five-star red flag overnight and confessed he was afraid of being investigated to get himself into trouble.
《 Wangbao on Tuesday commented that after the implementation of the "reverse osmosis law ", people involved in cross-strait exchanges are vulnerable to prosecution or even be" red hat ", until the acquittal, has long been disgraced. The china times also said that the "reverse osmosis" third reading by provoking panic between taiwan businessmen, taiwan students, taiwan cadres and other groups on both sides of the strait, the DPP "left blue, right red, this is not a political operation, what is a political operation?"