China and Taiwan are set to mark five years of improving ties with de facto consulates. If they are approved, they will represent the highest-level presence by either country.
China is issuing passports with a map of the disputed South China Sea labeled as part of China.
Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou discusses relations with mainland China, economic growth, the risk of armed conflict, and why Taipei will not bow to Beijing as Hong Kong has.
The agreement, made during the first formal talks since 1999, will allow weekend charter flights starting in July. Critics say that Taiwan has made too many concessions too quickly.