Here we go again. Been down this road before.
Seems that the SAVE THE CHILDREN foundation, a worldwide kids group to help kids in need, etc., they do great things worldwide, every year they publish a list of the best countries to be a MUM and the worst countries to be a MUM. NEWSWEEK has a listing this week on the Web now in the Periscope section. And guess what?
You already know.
Taiwan is not included on either list. Taiwan does not exist in the mind of SAVE THE CHILDREN, which is also bullied by China to delist Taiwan and just call it part of China.
Should we protest? No. What good would it do?
However, should you wish to protest, you can write to NEWSWEEK and SAVE THE CHILDREN by looking them up on the googleweb. The emails are there somewhere.
Is this a big deal? No.
But it is Mother’s Day next Sunday, and Taiwan should be around 15th on the list as the best place to be a mother, no? What’s your guess? From 1 to 150, where does Taiwan come in as a healthy, good place to be a mum?
I will post the link later: Or maybe someone else has time to find it.
Ratings: Not Mother’s Day
The 10 best, and worst, countries to be a mother
May 12 issue
Flowers are nice, but a new report from Save the Children suggests that schooling and basic health care would make better Mother