Cai Yingwen called himself a Chinese scholar on the island 18 years ago: is it hard to say it again?

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 Cai Yingwen called himself a Chinese scholar on the island 18 years ago: is it hard to say it again?


On March 11, 2011, Tsai Ying-wen, representing the DPP for the first time, began to refuse to recognize the 1992 Consensus, a far cry from his position as an advisory committee member of the Taiwan Continental Commission under the Kuomintang, according to Taiwans Zhongshi Electronic Daily. Vice President of Taiwan Shixin University You Zixiang pointed out in Facebook that Cai Yings rejection of the 1992 Consensus and various de-Chinalization actions had brought cross-strait relations to a bottoming point. As a matter of fact, Cai needs only to repeat what she said in the Legislative Yuan 18 years ago, and perhaps to find the possibility of easing cross-strait relations.

You Zixiang pointed out that according to the record on page 91 of Volume 89, 41, the first volume of Taiwans Legislative Yuan Bulletin, Cai Yingwen explicitly admitted that he was a Chinese when confronted with the inquiry of Hong Zhaonan, then the Kuomintangs legislator. You Zixiang said that as long as Cai Yingwen could say aloud that she had said earlier that I am Chinese in culture and blood (should beblood relationship), it might not make cross-strait relations worse. You Zixiang pointed out that, however, in 18 years, if this is the same Cai English, why cant you say, In terms of culture and blood, I am Chinese? Can it be changed into another person in 18 years? If we can not even face ourselves honestly and remember our own culture and blood relationship, what else can we say about good will remains unchanged and stability and unity in cross-strait relations? Finally, you Zixiang asked Cai English, said you said, I am Taiwanese, I am also Chinese, so difficult? This article source: Reference News Net editor: Yang Yi _NBJ10647

You Zixiang pointed out that according to the record on page 91 of Volume 89, 41, the first volume of Taiwans Legislative Yuan Bulletin, Cai Yingwen explicitly admitted that he was a Chinese when confronted with the inquiry of Hong Zhaonan, then the Kuomintangs legislator. You Zixiang said that as long as Cai Yingwen could say aloud that she had said earlier that I am Chinese in culture and blood (should beblood relationship), it might not make cross-strait relations worse.

You Zixiang pointed out that, however, in 18 years, if this is the same Cai English, why cant you say, In terms of culture and blood, I am Chinese? Can it be changed into another person in 18 years? If we can not even face ourselves honestly and remember our own culture and blood relationship, what else can we say about good will remains unchanged and stability and unity in cross-strait relations? Finally, you Zixiang asked Cai English, said you said, I am Taiwanese, I am also Chinese, so difficult?