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f people on both sides of the Straits.?? "It (the live-fire drill) is a warning to the Uni??ted States, to Tsai Ing-wen and Lai Chingte," said ??Wang Hailiang, a researcher of Taiwan studies at th??e Shanghai Academy of Social Sciences. Tsai is the?? island's "president" and Lai is the "premier". "T??he message is clear. The statement made by the Taiw??an affairs office is very sharp and it has sent a s??trong and clear signal. ... Further military activi??ties can be carried out around Taiwan if the tensio??n escalates," he said. A series of military and po??liD

tical events between the US and the island??such ??as whether US Marine Corps units protect the new si??te of the American Institute in Taiwan??will take p??lace in May and June, Wang said. "If the US and Ta??iwan have recognized the signal from the mainland's?? military drill, they should keep a low profile to ??avoid incurring Beijing's anger," he sB

aid. Spokesm??an Ma Xiaoguang said on Wednesday, "China has alway??s objected if countries with a diplomatic relations??hip with China establish any form of official or mi??litary connection with Taiwan," commenting on remar??ks that US Marines may guard the AIT.BEIJING, March 12 (Xinhua) -- Chinese President Xi Jinping on Sunday calle??d for deepening military-civilian integration, while highlighting sci-tec??h innovation as the key to military upgrading. Chinese President Xi Ji??npi5