Top political advisor meets mainland-based young Taiwan entrepreneurs

Updated: 2016-06-12 10:14


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XIAMEN -- Top political advisor Yu Zhengsheng has wished start-ups of young entrepreneurs from Taiwan a success in the Chinese mainland thanks to the supportive environment in the mainland.

Yu, chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference (CPPCC), made the remarks during a visit to a cross-Straits innovation and entrepreneurship base for youth located in Haicang district of southeastern city of Xiamen on Saturday.

After learning about the work of young Taiwan entrepreneurs, Yu, also a member of the Standing Committee of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, asked relevant government organs to try to solve their outstanding difficulties and problems.

Yu said young people are open-minded and have high aspiration, and the future of cross-Straits relations depend on the young generations.

Young people of the mainland and Taiwan have grown up in different environment, therefore, it is inevitable to think in different ways on some issues, Yu said, adding what is important is that they all hold the same wish of a happy and peaceful life, as well as a prosperous Chinese nation.

He urged creating more opportunities for young people from both sides of the Strait to communicate so that they understand each other better and become good friends, which is significant for the long term development of cross-Straits ties.

Yu also visited the RQ space, a drone and intelligent robot incubator, and the pavilion for Taiwan start-ups in the Haicang base.