Postby Typhoon » Sat Jan 16, 2016 5:18 pm

Nikkei Asian Review | Pro-independence Tsai defeats 'China-friendly' Nationalists by big margin

TAIPEI -- Tsai Ing-wen, 59, the leader of Taiwan's opposition Democratic Progressive Party, trounced Eric Chu from the incumbent Nationalist, or Kuomintang (KMT), party on Saturday in a presidential vote many observers believe confirmed public concern over one key issue: the government had become too cozy in its cross-strait relations with China.

Meanwhile, the PR China CPC continues to demonstrate it's infantile insecurity:

Taiwan's presidential candidates unite after apology by K-pop singer Chou Tzu-yu over flag "scandal"
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