In this photo by Wally Santana, supporters of Taiwan's opposition protest the arrival of Chinese official Chen Deming, president of the Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits, as he arrives in Taoyuan, Taiwan, on Tuesday. Chen, China's top negotiator with Taiwan, was making his first visit to the island since Taiwan's pro-China ruling party suffered steep losses in local elections on Nov. 29. Concerns over increasingly close trade links with Beijing were considered a significant factor in the party's poor showing. While the ruling Nationalist Party supports close ties with Beijing, its main rival, the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party, wants dialogue with China, but rejects Beijing's demand that it acknowledge that the two sides are a single country.
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