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South Korea's Yu Crying Baby Causes Controversy

来源:中国台湾网 December 23, 2019 16:40:00 Source: China Taiwan Net

Tsai Ing-wen (picture source: "China Times")

China Taiwan Net, December 23. According to Taiwan ’s “China Times”, KMT ’s 2020 candidate, South Korea ’s Yu Yu, attended the baby crawling competition on the 22nd. During the awards process, South Korea picked up the baby and kissed its head, causing controversy. In response to this, the fan section of Facebook, Korea posted a publicity photo of Cai Yingwen holding her baby on December 12th, expressing respect for the doctor ’s profession “But is it still a profession if you turn around when you encounter color?”

The KMT 2020 candidate, South Korea's Yu Yu, held a baby girl's photo, which attracted much discussion. Taiwanese doctors on Facebook call on parents with new children. The symbiotic bacteria of different ages and different parts are not the same. You must not wash your hands and do not touch children. "However, in political situations, you can even connect our most scared mouth Let's kiss it? "

In response, the Facebook fan section of South Korea posted a publicity photo of Cai Yingwen holding her baby on December 12 stating that respect for the doctor ’s profession “But is it a profession that turns when it encounters color?” From this promotion As far as I can see, Cai Yingwen was wearing no gloves and no mask, and the newborn he was holding was smaller than the child who cried in South Korea, and even the newborn's cervical spine was completely wrong. Tsai Yingwen's team also made a publicity statement, why no one reminded of health risks? (China Taiwan Net Liu Hongyang)

[Responsible editor: Liu Hongyang]

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