Do you think Taiwanese in general, or if you do not prefer the term "in general" substitute it with "the majority of", has the identity or level of nationalism most of nationals in other countries have?
I believe, in the long run, Taiwan has no other way than
A. to be a county with its nation with their identity as a nation where the ruling party and the opposition will not fight over if Taiwanese should bend knees for economic benefit or not, or
B. to be a part of other country.
I am not talking about political independence here, but their ideology. Many Taiwanese want Taiwan to be regarded as a State, but which does not always mean their identity has enough qualification or rather maturity as national of country.
Since I do not know many Taiwanese, I would like to ask your impression about it.
From my personal experience I believe Taiwanese do not have the maturity of nationalism other nations have, but I know no Taiwanese who are keen about politics.