Tsai: “Taiwan will not bow down to China” by President

To protect the democratic way of life, Taiwan will bolster the defences of the island. The president of the country announced that they would not bow down under the pressure of China. The retort of Tsai came on Sunday just after the promise of Chinese President Xi Jinping for “peaceful reunification“. 

China has claimed Taiwan as its country, and currently, it is under a lot of pressure from the political and military to accept Beijing’s rules. This involves the repetitive incursions of Chinese air forces into the identification zone of the air defence of Taiwan. Recently, Beijing has sent some of its 149 planes near Taiwan and ordered them to scramble away all their fighter jets on the first week of October. And this enlightens up the matter of concern at the international level. 

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Tsai’s Tension

Tsai is hoping to ease the tensions across the Taiwan Strait. Her government will act with no violence, but this doesn’t conclude that the people of Taiwan will bow down to pressure. Taiwan will try its best to reinforce the national defence, and they will try their best to defend themselves against the path of China. 

The opportunity that China offers doesn’t provide a free and democratic way of life for Taiwan and its 23 million civilians.

History of Taiwan

Taiwan, also known as the Republic of China (ROC), lies on the coast of mainland China about 161 kilometers off. It is a well democratic governed island at the coast of China. 

Since 1949, the end of the Chinese Civil War, both sides have ruled when the communist party found the People’s Republic of China in Beijing. Nationalists, after losing the battle from there, had fled to Taiwan and formed their independent government all there.  

Beijing saw Taiwan as the one country two system model and used it as a Hong Kong. And after the breakdown of the Chinese security in the former British colony, all major Taiwanese parties have declined.

Bejeiung is also called a 65-year-old separatist who declines to claim that Taiwan was ever the part of China. 

And when Xi broke off the official communication with Taipei, the Tension had started building up a lot. 

Tsai Preparation

Taiwan is trying its best to maintain its goodwill and not to change it. Its situation is very complex and concerning than ever in the last 72 years. The national security and aviation safety of Taiwan is in crisis after the routine presence of the military of China. But Taiwan will not get down.

It will always stand off to defend its democracy. The more they get success, the more will China try to put pressure on them. So it’s better for the citizens of the country to not letting down their guard. 

Tsai is preparing a military modernisation programme to robust its defences. They are trying to build a submarine and missiles that have long-range to strike deep China. 

“Reunification with Taiwan has been the goal of Chinese presidents ever since the formation of the People’s Republic of China, and Xi is determined to achieve this under his leadership,”

said McBride.

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