A Letter to 110th New Congressional Members

United State Congress
Washington, D.C. 20510

January 28, 2008

Dear Honorable U.S. Senator/House Representative:
        It is a great pleasure for me to write this letter to you on 
behalf of the National Association for China's Peaceful Unification 
(NACPU) in Washington D.C. to congratulate you as the newly elected 
Congressional Member. We wish you great successes in the New Year and 
would like very much to keep a close contact with you or send a special
 delegation to meet with you this year to discuss some of the 
developments in the Sino-U.S.-Taiwan relations that deserve special 
       We also gladly present you a gift book entitled "One Country, 
Two System" in Taiwan, written originally in Chinese by Dr. Hsing Chi, 
and now translated into English by Dr. Sheng-Wei Wang. Both of them 
were born and educated in Taiwan and later earned their advanced 
degrees in the U.S. The book is published by International Publishing 
House for Chinafs Culture in the U.S. 

       You may already know that, lately, troubling signs are 
unfolding, unsettling the peace and stability of the Asia-Pacific 
region and creating a dire situation across the Taiwan Strait due to 
President Chen Shui-bian's provocative political stance of supporting 
Taiwan independence. Chen had a bad reputation as Time Magazine's 
Man of the Year (2006) for his corrupt government and as a "trouble 
maker generally acknowledged by the international community." Most 
of the people in Taiwan do not support Taiwan independence and want 
to maintain a peaceful relationship with the Chinese mainland. 
America's position on firmly opposing the Taiwan independence 
movement becomes a critical and determining factor in keeping the 
cross-strait peace and stability. Hsing Chi points out that "one 
country, two systems" is the best way to 1) maintain the current 
political systems and life style in both Taiwan and the mainland; 
2) ensure the safety of the Taiwan Strait; and 3) eliminate the core 
hindrance of Sino-U.S. relations.

         America is a great country and America has many great 
politicians and citizens. I, therefore, think that Americans could 
understand the deep pain and sorrow that many Chinese people have 
suffered due to the Chinese Civil War and the subsequent 58-year 
separation of the Chinese mainland and Taiwan. I, hereby, sincerely 
wish that after reading this book, you would be willing to help 
Chinafs reunification, continuing to support the "one China" policy. 

       We would be very happy to receive an appointment with you 
at a time suitable on your side to discuss further the Taiwan issue 
and the Sino-U.S. relations. Our contact information is listed below. 
We sincerely look forward to hearing from you. 

        Respectfully yours, 

Hunter Huang
National Association for China's Peaceful Unification (NACPU)

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