The "Reverse Osmosis Law" was passed. Lu Pei returned to the mainland to visit relatives. Some local officials greeted gifts. Was it a subsidy? The picture shows the Chinese Cross-Strait Marriage Coordination and Promotion Association came to Taiwan to legislate to fight for rights and interests many years ago. (China News Agency)
The "reverse osmosis law" has caused land-feeding groups that frequently travel between the two sides of the strait to worry about being affected by the "law," emphasizing that land-feeding is a special group on both sides of the strait. Just as Hui Niang's family may have dinner and exchanges with mainland officials, these simple interactions may be deducted. " "Infiltrators" or "infiltrators" hats will now mobilize members of the Lu Pi to the Taiwan legislature to express their concerns and opinions on this matter.
Shi Xueyan, chairman of the China Cross-Strait Marriage and Family Service Alliance, said that many land distribution associations will hold cultural cross-strait exchange activities and return home interactions. Therefore, they are very worried that once the "Reverse Osmosis Law" is passed, it will cause unnecessary distress to Land Distribution. .
Shi Xueyan is also worried that some land distribution companies do business in the mainland and have accounts. If the "Bill" is passed, as long as it involves the costs of dealing with mainland officials, it may violate the law, but these interactions are difficult to avoid.
She said that she will mobilize members of the Mainland China Cross-Strait Marriage and Family Service Alliance to match the land, gather in Taiwan's legislature to protest, and hope to make every effort to prevent the "evil law" from being passed, and to return a stable and secure environment for Taiwanese businessmen, Taiwanese students, and land partners. .
In addition, the number of Lu Sheng's visitors to Taiwan has been decreasing year by year. Chen Zhengui, the president of Practice University, said that Lu Sheng had the most in Taiwan in 43,000 in 2015. They pay tuition fees of 50,000 yuan (NT $, the same below) and 100,000 for private schools each year. Together with the living expenses in Taiwan, Lu Sheng can bring more than 4 billion yuan to Taiwan in one year.
He pointed out that the problem of declining birthrate in Taiwan is serious, and overseas students are required to supplement their students. Terrestrial students are the largest source of overseas students. Once terrestrial students do not come or come very rarely, it is a "worst" for Taiwan universities. "Helpless".
Source: China Times, Taiwan