On November 7, 2015, the state sponsored Global Times published an editorial entitled “Xi-Ma meeting Sceptics Show Narrow Minds.” Some excerpts:
The historic meeting on Saturday between Xi Jinping and Ma Ying-jeou has drawn heated discussions across the Taiwan Straits. Worries among some Taiwan people over the island being "dwarfed" seem more prominent than concerns on mainland social media of Taiwan being "lifted" too high.These screenshots were taken on November 7, 2015, and show that a search for "Xi Jinping Meets Ma Yingjiu" (习近平会见马英九) on Baidu News returned no results from websites ending in ".tw," the top level domain for Taiwan.
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Major countries do not have diplomatic ties with Taiwan. The "One China" principle has been widely recognized in the world, which indicates Taiwan is not a country. International organizations either do not accept Taiwan, or consider it a regional body.
Taiwan society should accept reality, being aware that nobody in Taiwan can change it, and no international forces, including the US, can help change reality.