Why Isn't Taiwain part of the PRC?

Jun 2015
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While this is an interesting notion, can you elaborate it further?
In the webnovel of Red Dawn (赤色黎明),the time traveler Chen Ke (later, the leader of China in the novel) rates Sun Yat-Sen rather negatively.
He says that "the Three Principles of the People" has nothing to do with livelihood and daily well-being of the people, and he does not meet with Sun Yat-Sen throughout the novel.
Sun Yat-Sen doesn't play MUCH a role in this timeline at all.
Chiang and Sun wanted a capitalist state with an authoritatian/single-party government.
 
Jun 2015
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taiwan will be treated in the two system.

however, there won't be a confederation. taiwan's system has almost no advantage compared with mainland. their politicians lie. they mistreat their own police and military sections, calling those serve in the sections as moth. taiwan politicians "purchase" the vote tickets. they body fight in the legislature. one of the must do thing before the voting is their politicians visiting temples and ask for gods' support. ...

taiwan's system, at its current state, at its level of faith and honesty, deserve no equal stand with mainland's. mainland people won't accept a confederation where joiners are equal.
As said, as an outsider I see it as a happy medium.