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Tsai Ing-wen, Korean Yu. (Image source: Taiwan media)
China Taiwan Net, December 26. According to Taiwan's "Tongsen News Cloud" report, the second television political opinion conference of the 2020 Taiwan elections ended successfully on the 25th, and various camps clashed on various political opinions. Taiwan scholar Niu Zexun observes that the Kuomintang leader candidate candidate South Korea Yu attacked Taiwan authorities ’leader Tsai Ing-wen ’s“ three vacancies ”and hit a pain point. Tsai Ing-wen ’s response to“ hit high altitudes ”shrugged off his responsibilities.
Niu Zexun said that South Korea ’s Yu attacked Tsai Ing-wen ’s “three vacancies”. The first is the annual representative word “Distressed”, the second is the special investigative team, and the third is the “Kashen” incident. Tsai Ing-wen's response was to "fight high altitude" with four or two thousand dollars, putting herself at a disadvantage.
As Tsai Ing-wen attributed Taiwan's "chaos" to South Korea's election, Niu Xun believed that it was "unconvincing." As for Tsai Ing-wen's response to the special investigation team, he pulled out the "Ma Wang Zheng Zheng" old account. He believes that "the lack of leadership". As for the "Kashen" incident, Cai Yingwen did not respond at all. This "three major falsehoods" made Cai Yingwen beaten by South Korea's Yu, and also covered Cai Yingwen's ability to play Korean Yu.
Niu Xunxun analyzed that although South Korean Yu found Cai Yingwen's three major pain points, he lacked in-depth exposition, could not "kill one sword", and had insufficient strategic depth to "grab ammunition everywhere." In terms of spoken expressions and skills, Niu Zexun said that the Korean Yoga has made rapid progress, and the whole conference has a calm look, and it has made the relevant political opinions familiar. In contrast, Tsai Ing-wen, who is conservative in character, relies too much on manuscripts to perform, and has lost a lot of momentum in Han. (Wang Lin from Taiwan, China)
[Responsible editor: Wang Lin]