Probably not, since the “One China” principle is more than simply just “there is only one China” … it also includes " … and Taiwan is part of it."
As to the passport thing, I’m not Taiwanese, so it’s not my business. My take on it, though, is it’s of course just a political issue, and not really one implemented out of necessity. The DPP is, like a previous poster said, just “testing the waters” so to speak to see how far they can go. I think it’s fascinating watching the constant tit-for-tat, and am even more interested in seeing what will happen if the KMT regains power in next year’s election. Exciting times we’re living in …[/quote]
Someone wrote in an earlier thread (I am too lazy to look up the quote) that China never was interested in Taiwan until the latter half of the last century. It, IMHO, is just Beijing trolling and flexing…its a typical brawl on a Saturday night at Vibe…9 against one…I am reading Life and Death In Shanghai right now…I really hate those Red bastards…if they did invade, I would be down on the beach shooting them from my foxhole…right beside Juba…and I wouldn’t even do this for Canada, even if Blueface hisself was crossing the 48th.