Taiwan students asked if there was any subway and WiFi in Guangzhou.

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 Taiwan students asked if there was any subway and WiFi in Guangzhou.


According to a report by Taiwans Dongsen News Network on November 3, Zheng Mingjia, who attended the first cross-strait network new media joint coverage event on November 1, said, We found that no one would go to Taiwan University to share information, resulting in information asymmetry, and even some college students were asking whether there was a subway to sit on, and the age stayed a long time ago. .

Zheng Mingjia said that Taiwan university students have too few mainland information (video screenshots).

He said that even some college students came to him and asked him, Is there a subway in Guangzhou? Is there WiFi in Guangzhou? Is there a nightclub in Guangzhou...

This comment became a hot search on Weibo. Some mainland netizens said that Taiwanese were unwilling to understand the mainland, while others questioned why it was so closed.

However, there are also some netizens who are not closed in Taiwan. Some people say that the world outlook of young Taiwanese is not a sham; others say that Taiwan has been wrecked by the Democratic Progressive Party.

Even more people contacted the events of tea eggs in previous years, ironical saying that Guangzhou people cant afford to eat tea eggs.

Others pointed out the reason: the media are manipulated by the green frog at the bottom of the well, and young people certainly do not know.

The Tea Egg Incident refers to Taiwan Professor Gao Zhibins exaggerated remarks on TV programs, including that people in mainland China cant afford tea eggs, frozen dumplings and instant noodles at Shenzhen Railway Station. It was ridiculed by mainland when it posted in Tianya community in 2011.

Mainland people cant afford tea eggs (video screenshot)

After Zheng Mingjia revealed that some Taiwanese university students had asked Guangzhou whether there was a subway, some netizens recalled the tea eggs incident and said that it was really sad, Did he (Taiwan professor in the tea eggs incident) ever go to the mainland after all?

Zheng Mingjia, Kaohsiung, is 45 years old. He went to work in Guangzhou, Guangdong, in 2008. He said that Guangzhou has developed rapidly in the past ten years, while Taiwanese youth have little information. They do not know that the number of metros has changed from 2 to 13, that they will increase to 23 in the future, and that there are now Pearl River New Town and CBD of Central Business. So lets share with them at Taiwans universities and let them know what opportunities are available now.

According to the data, Guangzhou Metro has opened 391.7 kilometers, which is the third largest metropolitan rail transit system in China. It ranks fourth in terms of Metro mileage in the world, second only to Shanghai, Beijing and London. Source: Global Times - World Wide Web. More brilliant, please log on to World Wide Web http://www.huanqiu.com responsible editor: Zhao Yaping _NN9005

According to the data, Guangzhou Metro has opened 391.7 kilometers, which is the third largest metropolitan rail transit system in China. It ranks fourth in terms of Metro mileage in the world, second only to Shanghai, Beijing and London.