McDonalds just apologized for mislabeling Taiwan Nationality and the Taiwanese authorities jumped right away.

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 McDonalds just apologized for mislabeling Taiwan Nationality and the Taiwanese authorities jumped right away.


Overseas Network, Jan. 21, recently, McDonalds mislabeled Taiwan as nationality in an advertisement in Taiwan. After the incident, McDonalds sent a clarification in the early morning. This clarification, the Taiwan authorities jumped in the early morning of the 20th, openly shouting What? Now even Hamburg must abide by the one-China principle?

A McDonalds advertisement in Taiwan appeared in this scene. The entry of Nationality for the female protagonist in the advertisement protagonist reads the word Taiwan, and this shot stays for two seconds. Subsequently, the advertisement was bombarded by netizens, Nationality should be China! Taiwan is a province, please know. In response to the incident, McDonalds said publicly on the 19th that the advertisement was acted by Taiwan Advertising Company to refuel candidates. We have always adhered to the one-China position and resolutely safeguarded Chinas sovereignty and territorial integrity. At present, the video has been offline, thanks to the attention and supervision of all sectors of society.

But thats not the end.

After McDonalds apology, the Taiwanese authorities jumped. According to Taiwans Joint News Network, on the 20th, the Taiwan authoritiesMinistry of Foreign Affairs publicly shouted in English on its social media in the early morning, What? Now even Hamburg must abide by the one-China principle? Are you kidding?

Social media screenshot of Taiwans Ministry of Foreign Affairs

More noteworthy is the signature of this post is JW in English. And this JW is not a simple social media editor. According to the media, this JW is Wu Zhaoxie, the foreign minister of the Taiwanese authorities. His English name is Joseph Wu, which coincides with the abbreviation.

Wu Zhaoxie (Tuyuan: Taiwan Media)

For the foreign minister of the Taiwan authorities, this blatant act of Taiwan independence, intra-island netizens of course are attacking in groups.

Some netizens lamented Wu Zhaoxies comments as confusing, because the focus is not on Hamburg, but on nationality. More netizens blamed him, Hamburg did not speak about the one-China principle, should we speak about the principle of Taiwan independence? Faced with this foreign minister who can only talk dry, the island people lamented that the Democratic Progressive Party election will be defeated for no reason, the use of small people, social outlook and ethical achievements are not important.

For such acts, Zhi Zhenfeng, a researcher at the Law Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and editor-in-chief of the Blue Book on the Rule of Law on the Internet, believes that the one-China principle has sufficient basis of international law and domestic law. Chinas territorial sovereignty integrity is the core national interest, and the relevant laws concerning Chinas territorial sovereignty integrity must show sharp teeth.

According to the Legal Daily, the Law Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the Internet Development Research Center of Peking University recently jointly released the Blue Book on the Rule of Law on the Internet. In 2017, among the top 500 enterprises in the world, 83 official websites of their mother tongue related to the issue of territorial identification in China. Among them, 66 companies mislabeled Taiwan, 53 companies mislabeled Hong Kong, and 45 companies mislabeled Taiwan and Hong Kong. The Blue Paper on Internet Rule of Law further suggests that, for multinational enterprises established in China, the criminal responsibility of those responsible should be investigated strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Decision of the Standing Committee of the National Peoples Congress on Maintaining Internet Security, or the registration of enterprises involved should be revoked in accordance with the Rules for the Implementation of the Law of the Peoples Republic of China on Foreign-funded Enterprises, or According to the Procedure Regulations on Administrative Law Enforcement of Internet Information Content Management promulgated by National Network Information Office, relevant enterprises are punished. Source: Author of Overseas Network: Roy Qing, responsible editor: Ji Guojie_NBJ11143

According to the Legal Daily, the Law Research Institute of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences and the Internet Development Research Center of Peking University recently jointly released the Blue Book on the Rule of Law on the Internet. In 2017, among the top 500 enterprises in the world, 83 official websites of their mother tongue related to the issue of territorial identification in China. Among them, 66 companies mislabeled Taiwan, 53 companies mislabeled Hong Kong, and 45 companies mislabeled Taiwan and Hong Kong.

The Blue Paper on Internet Rule of Law further suggests that, for multinational enterprises established in China, the criminal responsibility of those responsible should be investigated strictly in accordance with the provisions of the Decision of the Standing Committee of the National Peoples Congress on Maintaining Internet Security, or the registration of enterprises involved should be revoked in accordance with the Rules for the Implementation of the Law of the Peoples Republic of China on Foreign-funded Enterprises, or According to the Procedure Regulations on Administrative Law Enforcement of Internet Information Content Management promulgated by National Network Information Office, relevant enterprises are punished.