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Hubei governor begins eight-day Taiwan visit

(Xinhua)

09:25, May 08, 2012

Lien Chan (R), honorary chairman of the Chinese Kuomintang (KMT) Party, shakes hands with the visiting provincial governor of Hubei province Wang Guosheng in Taipei, southeast China's Taiwan, May 7, 2012. (Xinhua/Gao Xueyu)

TAIPEI, May 7 (Xinhua) -- Governor of central China's Hubei province Wang Guosheng arrived in Taipei Monday for an eight-day visit, during which he is scheduled to cement business and cultural ties between his province and Taiwan.

Wang is the mainland's third high-level local official to visit the island this year, following Beijing mayor Guo Jinlong's trip in February and Fujian governor Su Shulin's in March.

Wang is scheduled to attend a series of industrial cooperation and cultural activities, and meet with small and medium-sized business owners.

Upon his arrival, Wang paid visits to Lien Chan and Wu Poh-hsiung, the two honorary chairmen of the ruling Kuomintang.

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