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[Cross-strait Express Review No. 526]
Last week, Kaohsiung City became the focus and center of attention of Taiwan's major media. On the same day, there were two demonstrations and their positions were completely opposite. One was a "Korean strike" parade led by the Democratic Progressive Party, and one was a "Thank Korean" movement spontaneously originated by Han Fan. When these two parades meet together, the stronger meaning is very strong. Just like two people are rubbing their wrists, this kind of competition, who loses and who wins, is clear at a glance.
The result is very clear. No matter from the reaction of public opinion or the pictures on the scene, the momentum and number of the Korean side have the upper hand, while the DPP can only use cloth as the head to support the scene, and the momentum is much weaker. In fact, the reason why "Ting Han" got so many "iron powder" is that one of South Korea ’s personal strength is another reason. Another reason is the "assist" of opponent Cai Yingwen.
The 2020 election is almost a fight between the blue and green parties. Although the PFP is also involved, it currently looks "difficult to weather." So the names of these two events are related to the Korean Yu; but in fact, it was a fight against "Cai Tsai" and "Ting Tsai". Nowadays, it seems that the crowd of "Korean" is huge, indicating that more and more Taiwanese people are "anti-Cai".
Tsai Ing-wen is a politician with a high degree of education and rich administrative experience. There are many "brains" like think tanks at the back to help. Why is it that Taiwan's economy is not good and Taiwanese ordinary people are struggling with a boring economy? To a large extent, it is not that she is not capable, but that her mind is not in the economy or the people's livelihood. Tsai Ing-wen and the entire Democratic Progressive Party look at ballots and elections more than heaven. If "serving the people" is the top priority of the ruling party, then Cai Yingwen's top priority is "serving the votes".
The policies that serve the people should be very visionary and warm, while the policies that serve votes are short-sighted, changeable, and even changeable. Tsai Ing-wen and the Democratic Progressive Party, who are devoted to their positions of power and interests, obviously regard the promotion of the economy as a "part-time job." Such a reality has created a "increasing number of Koreans", which is the result of an increasing number of "anti-Cai" people. (Netizen in Taiwan, China: Spark Ebara)
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[Responsible editor: Gao Xu]