Is Taiwan's new cabinet a 'losers union'?

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Published on 20 Jan 2019, 7:30
After Tsai Ing-wen took office in 2016, the DPP as the ruling party has brought chaos and absurdity to Taiwan. On January 14, Su Tseng-chang was sworn in as the new leader of the Executive Yuan, with his “new cabinet” regarded as “the losers' union.” It is alleged that to implement the DPP’s desinicization movement, the former director of the Taipei Palace Museum had made an agreement on the loan of Yan Zhenqing’s calligraphy, one of the most precious Chinese treasures, with a Japanese museum, ignoring the inevitable damages for the work. So will Tsai Ing-wen and the Democratic Progressive Party survive political challenges? Will the US continue to play the “Taiwan card” against Beijing? And what is the political purpose behind exhibiting Yan Zhenqing’s calligraphy?

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