Taiwan must defend its name

Taiwan must defend its name

There are 10 comments on the Taipei Times story from May 26, 2011, titled Taiwan must defend its name. In it, Taipei Times reports that:

As shown by an internal memo that recently came to light, the WHO refers to Taiwan as "the Taiwan Province of China." In response, President Ma Ying-jeou has issued statements criticizing the practice, the Taiwanese delegation attending the World Health Assembly has presented a letter of protest to the WHO Secretariat and Taiwan's delegate at the ...

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paul shykora ARTs

Calgary, Canada

#1 Jun 13, 2011
...YES IT Must,..and ..More...yada u...eh..
Taiwan

Guangzhou, China

#2 Jul 21, 2011
Macau University of Science & Technology
Humanitarian & Arts School
Lecturer: Ms. Guang Hui Huang

She has used racist and abusive language
against taiwanese citizen

I strongly protest her action and request
for apology
Taiwan

Guangzhou, China

#3 Jul 21, 2011
Macau University of Science & Technology
School of Humaritarian & Arts
Lecturer: Ms. Guang-Hui Huang (From Mainland)

She and her family has made racist and
discriminatory language against taiwanese
who are not born or 100% pure breed Taiwanese.

According to her words, Taiwanese not born
in Taiwan or has mixed blood with other nationality
are NOT Taiwanese.

She remarked these category of people as "earth citizen"
Taiwan

Guangzhou, China

#4 Jul 21, 2011
Demand apology from Macau University of Science
& Technology.

Demand apology from Ms. Guang-Hui Huang & her family

We protest against racism.

If this is the case, Obama is not an american
because from what i know his mother is from
Kenya
Taiwanese

Fremont, CA

#5 Jul 29, 2011
She is right

Taiwan is a province of China.

Please refer to the constitution of Taiwan
paul SHYKORA arts

Calgary, Canada

#6 Aug 20, 2011
...long LIVE ...Taiwan...yada u eh...free...
Naruwan Republic

Kaohsiung, Taiwan

#7 Aug 21, 2011
Taiwan must change her name to Naruwan Republic!

The name Taiwan is too Han/Nippon and like Formosa is too colonial.

The world will support a truly non-Han, non-Japanese and the truly Indigenous non-ROC, non-PRC, non-Jap-Formosan Naruwan Republic!

Papulo Maula Kisoan!

It's about time the Naruwans become the true masters of their Sacred Island!

Masalu!
Kyle Murphy

Taichung, Taiwan

#8 Aug 22, 2011
Naruwan Republic wrote:
Taiwan must change her name to Naruwan Republic!
The name Taiwan is too Han/Nippon and like Formosa is too colonial.
The world will support a truly non-Han, non-Japanese and the truly Indigenous non-ROC, non-PRC, non-Jap-Formosan Naruwan Republic!
Papulo Maula Kisoan!
It's about time the Naruwans become the true masters of their Sacred Island!
Masalu!
Hhhmmm why not? Taiwan is stuck as it is and China or Japan could not dare say they own Naruwen too since they are not Chinese nor Japs!

Besides it's the truth !
James

Canada

#9 Apr 26, 2014
Just unbelievable!!!

See for yourselves if you understand Mandarin Chinese. Perhaps, at least you can see these sick people in Taiwan get excited and laugh.

link1_http://www.
youtube. com/watch?v=4BuoVGbosiQ

link2_http://www.

youtube. com/watch?v=dFCsKIsKDCU

Why did the host and co-hosts laugh when they talk about this tragedy?

Why were they so excited to talk about the mistakes and unpreparedness of S. Korean rescuers?

Is it the right occasion to ridicule or attack S. Korea? Do they have hearts?

Why do these TV hosts hate South Koreans so much?

Taiwan is a loser and has lost out to South Korean competition in all fronts. Taiwanese in general are envious of South Korea's success. In contrast, Taiwan's unemployment rate is constantly rising, wage level declining, and factories closing or relocating to other countries.

Taiwanese feel threatened and bitter about it.

They caught this chance to attack S. Korea harshly instead of sending their sympathy.

Why don't they criticize S. Korea later and mourn the victims first?

It only shows the dark side of Taiwanese inferiority complex.

I hope these Taiwanese TV hosts do not represent all of the people in Taiwan. There are people better than these rotten ones.

In reality, these TV hosts would not hurt South Korea in the long-run, but Taiwan's own image!

By the way, these TV hosts are pro-independence!
James

Canada

#10 Apr 26, 2014
Someone went to the wrong school and then complained now.

In Macau, which of the universities in Macau is good?

But many are fake ones.

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