Wouldn’t that make a great slogan? For getting rid of the Min-Guo system and replacing it with the Gregorian?
Why is this important? For one thing, Min-Guo is annoying and parochial, like the royal year dates used Nepal or Japan. The only other country which agrees that this is the year 92 is… (wait for it)
(There it’s called the “Juche” (“Self-Reliance” / “Kim-worship”) Calendar, and also commemorates the fall of the Ch’ing Dynasty.)
For another, it would represent a way of distancing Taiwan from its KMT era, without exascerbating relations with China as a result. (China already uses the Western calendar, having adopted it as a no doubt logical consequence of believing in godless Communism.)
And just think of the cool posters they could make for this! Happy Jesuses beckoning MRT passengers or blowing out the candles on a birthday cake or something.