BEIJING - A Chinese mainland spokesperson said here Wednesday that the mainland has always supported and protected Taiwan enterprises and Taiwan compatriots to invest on the mainland.Ma Xiaoguang, spokesperson for the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council, told a press conference that as the mainland continues to open up, Taiwan businessmen and companies, if they follows the economic progress of the mainland, would post better development."We are willing to share the development opportunities with our Taiwan compatriots, and deepen the cross-Straits communication and cooperation economically and culturally, to bring tangible benefits to Taiwan compatriots," Ma said.Ma said that the mainland continued to carry out preferential policies towards Taiwan compatriots living, working and studying on the mainland.The preferential policies are applied in cultural, financial, and social communication, among others, according to Ma.Ma also said the increased number of Taiwan students applying for mainland colleges showed that the development of the mainland and the opportunities it provides have become more and more appealing to Taiwan youngsters. personalised silicone wristbands uk
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Online voting for contests is nothing new. However, Wechat-based voting has become a money-making venture in China. Because WeChat is widely used across China, various contests are hosted on Tencent's social media platform. WeChat vote buying is becoming a money-making venture in China. [File Photo from] Often times participants will share a voting link with their contacts or chat groups for various contests in China which require online votes, begging for a precious vote for someone they know. This has spawned a cottage industry in China, with people now offering to supply individuals or companies with votes. Prices are said to cost around 100 yuan for 300 votes for companies taking part in consumer-based contests, such as best restaurant. Others are offering rates for individual rankings.  These prices can run as high as 8,000 yuan to ensure that a person will earn the top prize in these types of competitions. The report in the Beijing News suggests concerns are being raised about the vote-buying schemes. Some argue that the costly voting is promoting negative values, especially for children. Others note that voting contests which require real-name registration can drive up the potential risk of identity theft by groups hoping to sell votes. Education authorities in China have issued a notice, calling for limits in online campus voting. Authorities are also warning would-be vote buyers that the rankings are ultimately decided by the organizations putting on the vote, meaning a massive payout for the top prize can't be guaranteed.
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