Tsai Ing-wen Again

Terry B’s assessment back in June is in line with polling data, analyzed here by Frozen Garlic’s Nathan Batto in what he calls six astonishing months, encompassing February to August 2019. It’s quite the read!


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Stuff in Love Field is expensive AF. The Gatorade is a whole dollar more expensive than the DC airports.

Explanation I heard was that it’s in a wealthy area.

Ok somebody explain to me slowly, as if I was a 2 year old, why in the name of all mercy are they bringing 2 against one, I mean, Han and Guo against Tsai?

I am going to get an ulcer by mid January.

To weaken a minority government. 40% loses because 2X30% shoots down any decisions.

They are hoping that Han’s popularity sees a steep decline after the party and Chinese control media stopped backing him. If Guo can take over most of Han’s votes, then they have a shot against Tsai, without publicly admitting defeat and replace Han half way through like the last election when they replaced Hong Hsiou-Chu.

5 posts were merged into an existing topic: Tsai Ing-wen’s PhD thesis

The DPP finally announced their VP candidate: William Lai, a former lawmaker, Tainan mayor, premier, presidential primary contender, and man never short of self confidence:


Ugh. I liked Chen.

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Not that one. The doctor.

It’s almost as if he never existed…which I suppose is good for a vice president.

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My boss says Ms. Tsai…
Then I didn’t realized his also Tsai :thinking:

Meanwhile, in the other side, same old mentality…

At least he’s getting some flak for it.

Because Former Prime Minister Chang is a man, he doesn’t understand what women think.

Independent nobody named Marco

Even if Prime Minister Chang is right, it’s not like Tsai is unable to hire hire a married person as an advisor


The m word they are calling him is not exactly man…

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I’m just twisting it to show how easy it is to throw back his shit.

What part of “American beef and pork” don’t you understand, Madame President?

If you’re a fan of Wu Nien-jen (吳念真), you might check out his recent video promoting Tsai’s 2020 re-election bid:

What do forumosans think?



It’s nice to see positive political ads, and it’s done well. Wu shows Taigi is a beautiful language.