President Hu Jintao was welcomed to the White House by United States President George W. Bush on his first official US visit as China's president. The leaders pledged to work together to narrow differences on a range of matters including nuclear programs in Iran and Korea, the "one-China" policy on Taiwan, human rights and trade issues, particularly intellectual property protection, China's US$202 billion trade surplus with the US and currency reform. The two met briefly in the Oval Office before being joined by other officials for longer talks. Bush said no concrete progress was made but that disagreements were discussed in "friendship and co-operation", while Hu said China had taken and would continue to take steps to resolve trade disagreements. In the only real break from script , Falun Gong protestors accessed the White House lawn during the welcoming, and China was introduced as the "Republic of China" the official title of Taiwan.