Who are you voting for? ft. World Emoji Day

It sure will maintain as a trending topic in Taiwan till 2020 January – who are you voting for?

The populist mayor, Han Kou-yu, was picked to run against President Tsai Ing-wen. Han, the mayor of southern Taiwanese city of Kaohsiung, beats Terry Kou, Taiwan’s richest man, the founder of the world’s largest iPhone assembler Foxconn in the KMT primary.

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Red Infiltration

Last month, there was a rally against pro-China Taiwanese media held in Taipei. People called on the government to take action against pro-Beijing media in Taiwan.

The rally intends to influence the country’s legislature to introduce and pass relevant bills. The co-host of the rally, the New Power Party legislator, Huang Kuo-chang (黃國昌), also called on the National Communications Commission (NCC) to take effective action.

Read more about ”The Cans and the Cannots of the NCC”: In the Era of ‘Red Infiltration by CommonWealth Mag
and Red Media and CCP’s Influence Operations: How Taiwanese Media Became Beijing’s Proxy by Milo Hsieh

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Trump, Bolsonaro, and Taiwan’s Looney Friends

Is Taiwan attracting more and more loonies?

Please read: https://international.thenewslens.com/article/107748?fbclid=IwAR1jv5DBvEajUl8lIk6m4If_wpIpbZLRAkpi37bqDgzVbHaYHnG2XoGZk1k

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In the Swing of Politicizing Sport

Punishing sports people by denying them the chance to compete as part of a national political agenda is wrong.

Please read: https://international.thenewslens.com/article/106829?fbclid=IwAR2t2a9SWxFhOFMcTQxwenKGeqcDxFA34q6Lz8Z1u9c_OAzadv9fgT6RRow

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