Chinese unification

Chinese unification, also known as the Cross-Strait unification or Chinese reunification, is the potential unification of territory currently controlled (and/or claimed) by the People's Republic of China and the Republic of China under one political entity, possibly the formation of a political union between the two republics. Together with full Taiwan independence, unification is one of the main proposals to address questions on the political status of Taiwan, which is a central focus of Cross-Strait relations.

Chinese unification
Territory controlled by the People's Republic of China (PRC) (purple) and the Republic of China (ROC) (orange). The size of minor islands has been exaggerated in this map for ease of visibility.
Traditional Chinese中國統一
Simplified Chinese中国统一
Literal meaningChina unification
Cross-Strait unification
Traditional Chinese海峽兩岸統一
Simplified Chinese海峡两岸统一
Literal meaningTwo shores of strait unification