Xiamen University.

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[Reporter Zhong Lihua/Taipei Report] The epidemic has slowed down, and China has recently begun to actively recruit young Taiwanese students to study in China. Some National Taiwan University alumni who have graduated for many years have received promotional emails from Xiamen University. However, the application requirements must support "one country, two systems" ", adhere to the "one-China principle" and the "1992 Consensus", and oppose "Taiwan independence" separatist activities and "interference by external forces."

It is understood that China's colleges and universities have listed "supporting 'one country, two systems' and 'national unity'" as application requirements since 2020, but this time it is the first time to "oppose external interference."

The email was titled "A Letter from Xiamen University" and stated that Xiamen University is "one of the preferred universities for overseas Chinese students from Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan to go to the mainland (mainland of the motherland)." It also included the phone number and email address of the contact person.

Taiqing, who received the email, said that the letter was sent to him to apply for a Ph.D., but how did Xiamen University know that he had a master's degree?

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Click on the admissions information, the application requirements require, "be of good character, support the basic policy of "one country, two systems", support the basic laws of the Hong Kong and Macao Special Administrative Regions of the People's Republic of China; adhere to the one-China principle and the "1992 Consensus", and oppose "Taiwan independence" separatist activities and "interference by external forces", and is committed to promoting the peaceful development of cross-strait relations, integrated development, and the process of reunification of the motherland."

The MAC has reminded many times on its official website that in recent years, China has continued to add requirements such as "supporting 'one country, two systems' and 'national reunification'" to the admissions guidelines for some colleges and universities in Taiwan. Taiwanese students studying in China may be affected by Chinese political thinking. Review concerns.

In fact, China released the "Taiwan Student Scholarship Management Measures" on October 16, 2017. The first application condition is "identify with one China and support the unity of the motherland"; if the award-winning students have words and deeds against "one China", the school will cancel His qualifications and reporting to his superiors clearly demonstrates China's strict ideological control.

The epidemic has slowed down, and China has recently begun to actively recruit young Taiwanese students to study in China. Some National Taiwan University alumni who have graduated for many years have received admission promotion emails from Xiamen University.

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Since 2020, China's colleges and universities have listed "supporting one country, two systems and national unification" as an application requirement, but this time it is the first time to "oppose external interference."

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