Tsai Ing-wen meets with Japanese MP Kiyaji
After Tsai Ing-wen's re-election, a cross-party member of the Japanese parliament immediately organized a so-called "Japanese-Chinese Councillor's Symposium" and started a two-day agenda for visiting Taiwan on the 16th. On the morning of the 17th, Tsai Ing-wen met with the chairman of the so-called "Japanese-Chinese Councillor's Meeting", and she also received a congratulatory letter from Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. After being satired by netizens on the island, after holding the American thigh, Tsai Ingwen began to show a charming attitude again.
Taiwan's leader Tsai Ing-wen: Welcome to our good friend, Chairman of the Board of Directors Guyu Furuya, to visit Taiwan again.
The members of the Japanese side's visit to Taiwan this time include the so-called "Japan-China Councillors' Meeting", the Japanese House of Representatives Koyaji and Kaneko. Kiyaji Furuya forwarded to Tsai Ingwen a handwritten letter written by Abe as the president of the Liberal Democratic Party, and expressed his congratulations to Tsai Ingwen. The two sides also exchanged views on so-called "Japan-Taiwan cooperation" in areas such as security and economics.
This is not the first time Abe has written to Cai Yingwen. As early as January 2016, Keiya Furuya also went to Taiwan to submit a letter from Abe to Tsai Ing-wen, and Tsai Ing-wen also asked Japan to support Taiwan's accession to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement. In December 2018, when Tsai Ing-wen met with Furuya Furuya, he referred to Furuya Furuya as an "important good friend" in Taiwan, and even claimed that he wanted Japan to be the "international backing" of Taiwan.
To please Japan, the Tsai authorities have no bottom line: on historical issues, they continue to beautify Japan ’s colonial rule over Taiwan; when promoting the "new southward policy" earlier, Tsai Ying claimed to expect more cooperation with Japan; Tsai Ing-wen also repeatedly Post in Japanese, thank the Japanese government for her support. Tsai Ing-wen ’s attitude of "going to China and Japan" has also drawn irony from netizens on the island. Some people have commented : "Japan is your home", "Take Japanese ass, there is no cure", "See Japan" People are dwarves. "
Tsai Ing-wen's "Sunday Anti-China" Approved
Immediately after winning the election in the island, Tsai Ing-wen showed a flattering attitude towards the United States and Japan. While clasping the thighs of the United States and Japan, she spoke wildly and provoked the mainland impatiently. Aroused strong anxiety and word of mouth on the island's public opinion.
Tsai Ing-wen's refusal to recognize the "92 Consensus" and its core meaning of the "One China" principle has directly led to the growing freezing of cross-strait relations. Some netizens in Taiwan pointed out that without the mainland as a strong backing, Taiwan will naturally lose the most important reliance in the game against Japan. Of course, it will not be possible to obtain the best practical benefits for Taiwan.
The Kuomintang and the people's representative Fei Hongtai criticized, and the Cai authorities should straighten up and stop being a Japanese vassal, otherwise Cai Yingwen would move to Japan and Taiwan would look down on such leaders.
Taiwan's "Wang Pao" published a statement that the tension between the two sides was eased after China and the United States signed the first phase of the economic and trade agreement. With stable Sino-US relations, Tsai Ing-wen is less likely to be able to make waves. Compared with the big picture between China and the United States, Tsai Ing-wen's tough tone is only a small problem.
The overseas edition of "People's Daily" pointed out that: Cai Yingwen said "not provocatively", but while trying to prevent cross-strait exchanges, he openly promoted "Taiwan independence" to the outside world. This is a test of the mainland's bottom line and an extremely dangerous act of playing with fire. Those who play with fire will set themselves on fire.