This argument has been used by several foreigners who feel that, if ROC citizens are treated a certain way in, say, the US, then US citizens should be treated the same way in Taiwan. However, if you want to be fair, then doesn’t something like thismake sense? After all, how many US states post all of their road signs in Chinese?
Yet I know of so many foreigners who routinely get out of tickets by claiming to not speak or read Chinese even if they do, yet still cry “international reciprocity” when ROC citizens in the US are entitled to priveledges they themselves want to have in Taiwan. Isn’t this somewhat of a double standard?