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Mainland Media Not Allowed to Rent Studio in Taiwan to Record Political Programs

Taiwan’s government recently expelled a reporter from China’s Southeast Television who was stationed in Taiwan. He was expelled for violating relevant regulations that prohibit renting a studio in Taiwan in order to host a political program. The Mainland Affairs Council stated that, since that time, there have been no further violations in Taiwan.

During the regular press conference that the Mainland Affairs Council held, Chiu Chui-cheng, the spokesperson for Taiwan, said that on November 17, the Mainland Affairs Council in Taiwan had contacted the Ministry of Culture to remind Taiwanese media reporters and asked them to inform their affiliated media on the mainland not to set up studios in Taiwan to record such programs.

Source: Central News Agency, December 3, 2020