I also read local papers purely for content.
And when I do, i acknowledge that I am in a country with very few English speakers, meaning low distribution, meaning a small budget, meaning they can't pay competitive salaries for all the fancy editors and writers (that some posters have been whining about)
That's just the way it is. I read local papers knowing those realities and auto-factor them in and never think about it again. Is that wrong?
I am all for direct action but short of single-handedly forcing vast numbers of English speakers to live in Taiwan to improve circulation, what am I gonna do?
The other point for pedants to consider is that English is an international tool of communication that is evolving over time. As a language, it developed from other languages and has developed through history and my guess is it's gonna continue to develop
Take American English for example - a simplified version of English - and that doesn't bother me in the slightest either - but no doubt there were people running around loudly railing against it at the time
Chinglish is just another evolutionary branch. So what?
Language is a dynamic, living thing. It's a bunch of noises that express thoughts and build ideas - it's not owned by anyone