2 mn read Taiwan Statebuilding Party congressman Chen Po-wei, who DPP’s Tsai Ing-wen supported in the 2020 presidential and legislative elections, went through a recall vote on October 23. In the end, Chen’s dismissal exceeded the threshold of 73,744 votes, and Chen was confirmed to be dismissed. During Chen’s term in Congress, he voted against banning the use of ractopamine meat in schools when the Tsai administration attempted to open up the import of U.S. ractopamine pork to Taiwan. He voted against the import of 40 million doses of international COVID-19 vaccines in Congress this year.
3 mn read The Taiwan New Constitution Foundation, which supports Tsai Ing-wen in the 2020 presidential election, recently released a poll claiming that 65% of Taiwanese are willing to go to war to defend Taiwan in the event of a conflict in the Taiwan Strait. But is the training of compulsory military soldiers produced by the current four-month military training service sufficient to support modern warfare? Currently, the Republic of China (R.O.C.) is the ruling power in colonial Taiwan. The Ministry of National Defense of the R.O.C. recently responded that a compulsory military soldier is a qualified combat soldier after completing their training. But is the R.O.C. army capable of defending Taiwan?
< 1 mn read The Tsai Ing-wen regime in Taiwan attempted to interfere with Public Television Service(PTS) last year by asking the public media to establish an English-language channel, nominally to promote Taiwan. Still, many scholars have questioned whether the English-language channel on public television might become Taiwan’s CGTN(China Global Television Network) and a propaganda tool for the Tsai’s regime. This year, Tsai’s regime has set up an English-language video propaganda platform through the state-run Central News Agency. The first news video promotes the Medigen COVID-19 vaccine that has not yet undergone Phase III trials in Taiwan, which Tsai’s regime supports.
2 mn read On 27 July the vaccine registration platform conceived by the government of the Republic of China, which colonized Taiwan, was reopened and the MVC vaccine was added as an option. According to the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC), the vaccine can cause rare side effects such as facial nerve paralysis and high eye pressure.
2 mn read Taiwan and Hong Kong may send teams for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics to Beijing despite ongoing political tensions with China, the International Olympic Committee said on August 1. Beijing was awarded the 2022 Games in February 2015, becoming the first city to host both the Summer and Winter Games.
6 mn read A married Taiwanese legislator was caught cohabitating with another woman, who turned out to be a fellow politician of the same party. The revelation has been making headline news on Taiwanese media for weeks now and is turned out to be a major embarrassment for the ruling party despite the fact that the said legislator, a rising star and a noted propagandist for the Tsai Ing-wen government, still vehemently refuses to admit the scandalous nature of the affair.
4 mn read France is known as the land of gastronomy, with foie gras, truffles, macarons, baguettes, wine, and champagne. The list goes on and on. As Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin, an 18th-century French lawyer and famous gourmet, once said, “Tell me what you eat, and I’ll know what kind of person you are.” With the rapid advancement of technology, the French have also digitized their food maps.
2 mn read The president of the Republic of China on Taiwan, Ing-wen Tsai, claims to have a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics(LSE), a degree she received in 1984. In her 2011 autobiography, she posted a photo of a short-sleeved Tsai sitting in a chair with her older sister, with the note, “My sister flew to the U.K. to accompany me for my dissertation oral exam.” A month ago, Eat News have revealed that the picture is from Boston, USA. The Eat News correspondent in the U.S. recently gained exclusive access to the Cathedral and interviewed the church member.
3 mn read The president of the Republic of China on Taiwan, Ing-wen Tsai, claims to have a Ph.D. from the London School of Economics(LSE), a degree she received in 1984. In her 2011 autobiography, she posted a photo of a short-sleeved Tsai sitting in a chair with her older sister, with the note, “My sister flew to the U.K. to accompany me for my dissertation oral exam.” Now, readers of Eat News have discovered that the picture is not from London, England, but from Boston, USA. The Eat News correspondent in the U.S. was soon on the ground to check it out.
2 mn read The U.S. Department of State formally informed U.N. Secretary General Antonio Guterres in July that the United States will withdraw from the World Health Organization, effective July 6 next year. A source from Washington D.C. told Eat News the U.S. will form a new world health organization, which is rumored to be called the Global Health Organization. In an Eat News exclusive interview with Ambassador Edwin Laurent of St. Lucia, one of the Republic of China on Taiwan’s diplomatic partners said, “If in the future there would be is to be a change in that structure. Yes, we certainly would.”