Dear Mr. President Clinton,
Mr. Vice President Al Gore,
Mainland China ---
Police have detained two of China's most prominent, active
dissidents and three other democracy campaigners in a concerted
crackdown apparently aimed at crushing a budding opposition
Police in two cities descended on the homes of Xu Wenli, Qin
Yongmin and other members of the China Democracy Party on Monday
(Nov. 30, 1998) night and took them away, relatives and a human
rights group said yesterday (Dec. 1, 1998).
Washington, Nov. 30 ---
The report, titled " A national security strategy for
a new century" also noted that the U.S. strategy of promoting
democracy includes efforts to pursue a constructive, goal-oriented
approach to achieving progress on human rights and rule of law
issue with mainland China.
The report said that other key U.S. security objectives for
the future include:
--- Sustaining the strategic dialogue begun by
the recent summits between Clinton and mainland Chinese President
Jiang Zemin summits and other high-level exchanges between the
United States and mainland China.
--- Strengthening mainland China's adherence to
international non-proliferation norms, particularly in its export
controls on ballistic missile and duel-use technologies.
--- Achieving greater openness and transparency
in mainland China's military.
--- Encouraging mainland China to play a constructive
role in international affairs through active cooperation in
the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Regional Forum, the
Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation Forum and the Northeast Asia
--- Improving law enforcement cooperation with
mainland Chinese officials through increased liaison and training
The White House stressed that "our policy toward China
is both principled and pragmatic; expanding our areas of cooperation
while dealing forthrightly with our differences. "Therefore
seeking to isolate mainland China is clearly unworkable."
More importantly, the report said, choosing isolation over engagement
would not make the world safer but would make it more dangerous.
It would undermine rather than strengthen U.S. efforts to foster
stability in Asia and halt the proliferation of weapons of mass
destruction and it would hinder the cause of democracy and human
rights in mainland China, set back worldwide efforts to protect
the environment, and cut off one of the world's most important
Above reasons; we know the program of U.S. policy
about relating to mainland China contrary to build a constructive
strategic partnership between the U.S. and mainland China. However;
the situation of Taiwan should be maintained enough power for
Beijing's military threat.
From history that we found over the post time,
the policy of "self-"contradictory" and "double-ways'
strategy" is the major game of communist China.
In our view; we are always confused by real plots
of communist China.
Very thanks to your support our country. Taiwan need your help,