Is no longer the sullen and sullen experienced the positions of chairman of the Mainland Affairs Council and chairman of the Democratic Progressive Party. Because of her facial features, she was nicknamed "Hot Taiwanese Girl" by young supporters. However, with the recent Sino-US frictions becoming more apparent, there is no shortage of talk about the "new Cold War" in the cross-strait and international media. Although Taiwan, which is on the front line of the two powers, has repeatedly hypnotized itself, it has declared that the relationship between Taiwan and the United States is "the best in history."
However, after scrutinizing the relevant actions of the DPP government, Tsai Ing-wen is clearly aware of the tension in the situation. Since the passage of the "Hong Kong version of the National Security Law" on June 30, Tsai Ing-wen has tried her best photo color correction services to restrain Taiwan's intervention. Even in July It also adopted a relatively low-key response to the turmoil of the closure of the Sino-US Embassy in China, instead of applauding blindly as in the past. The sudden aphasia of "hot Taiwanese girl" is solidly related to the fact that the DPP has just won the presidential election, and now there is no need to manipulate anti-China sentiment to gain votes; but.
Taiwan's spiritual contradiction of "desiring independence but unwilling to fight" is also doomed to be in a geographical position Between the slits, the two sides can only be harmonious in order to preserve the fate of continuation. This is the key to Tsai Ing-wen being forced to give up her role as a hot Taiwanese girl when facing the confrontation between China and the United States. Trapped into the nothingness of history The source of such spiritual contradictions comes from the disputes over historical views in recent years. For a nation-state, the interpretation of history is crucial, but Taiwan is so addicted to it that society as a whole gets lost between the lines of the discussion. In the end, it not only ignores the foundation of the political power.