The app, which has been in testing since May, provides information and documents on the logistics of doing business, studying, getting married and adopting children across the Strait. It was the brainchild of Taiwan-based Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF) and runs on Android and iOS devices.

Tian Chunmiao, whose husband is from Taiwan, told Xinhua that when she used to call the SEF hotline it was often busy and she would just be left hanging on the telephone.

“The app makes everything much more convenient, especially with paperwork. Gone are the days when I would spend hours on the telephone to the SEF to ask about the status of our legal documents,” she said.

The SEF handles cross-Strait affairs, and works closely with the mainland-based Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Straits (ARATS) on cross-Strait agreements.

One of the major functions of SEF is to facilitate cross-Strait exchanges, said SEF chair Lin Join-sane at the release event.

He promised that information on the app will be regularly updated and it will go through many iterations to ensure it was user friendly. Enditem

Source: Xinhua

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