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Question about getting a Chinese scholarship after having received a Taiwanese one

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Suppose I have done a year of language study in Taiwan supported by a Taiwanese government's scholarship, after that year I want to do a master's degree in Shanghai. If I applied for Mainland China's scholarship, would I be viewed negatively because I had been a recipient of a Taiwanese scholarship? Or does it depend on the type of scholarship I applied for?

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In my experience, it is no problem at all. I have worked for a very pro-independence newspaper in Taiwan and for a Taiwanese governmental organisation, and I have never had any trouble getting a Chinese visa. I assume the Chinese government is aware of these things on my resume, because I don't hide them very well, but they still let me in without a hitch and even invite me to official 活动.

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