Taiwan pro-Beijing politician: You can change China | Conflict Zone

Taiwan pro-Beijing politician: You can change China | Conflict Zone


we can make China a peaceful country you ever said no to Beijing yes for many times I’m telling you the fact why don’t you listen politicians in Taiwan have been out campaigning in presidential primaries ahead of next year’s election with the topic of relations with China very much on the agenda my guest this week outside the capital Taipei is Cho she way who’s been seeking the nomination of his pro-beijing party the Kuomintang as China pushes with increasing urgency for reunification and the Taiwanese continue to reject it what on earth as his party got to offer [Music] Josie wave welcome to comfort zone thank you very much for inviting me you said the only way to resolve antagonism between China and Taiwan is to talk and to love yes you love a China that is threatening Taiwan both verbally and militarily and holding a sword over your head continually how do you love that’s your impression actually if you talk to some Chinese in mainland China as long as you don’t support separation from China they will not treat you like that they’ll not attack you so don’t say the wrong thing otherwise generally right right and you know you would normalize that you think that’s a normal way to live that our power across 180 kilometers of the Straits as to you if you say the wrong thing you’re finished why don’t I don’t think it’s that serious you have to keep saying I think you have to talk to each other if you try to visit China so called the China we called mainland okay we are Taiwan they are a mainland we together is a China it’s a one China well if you think the threats from China is so serious to Taiwan why do you European people all the people around the world all the members are in the UN tried to work with the China try to have dialogue with China try to solve problems it’s true you know that as a human rights record is there working it’s right and we can do that too apart from trade what exactly does Democratic Taiwan have in common these days with one-party Communist China you have free elections yes we change your party in power they don’t you have independent courts they don’t you have a free press they don’t you can speak out against abuses of power and they can’t what on earth have you got in common with mainland China these days I think we should emphasize the differences go there work with them be their friends be their brothers and change them instead of being their enemies go there walk with them you can change them like what you are doing with them now about human rights what are not in China’s that you can change them what on earth is the evidence well you see the trade surplus China with mainland rights you see a lot of changes in Hong Kong recently why China is not using force to press down the demonstration why they compromise why because they seek opportunity to prove they can change they can prove well come on to Hong Kong a little later I want to go into some detail on that but the serious issue is the military pressure from China’s and even two years ago your government’s National Defense report highlighted concerns the Chinese military activity near Taiwan posed an enormous threat to security in the Taiwan States now just a few days ago you had Washington saying that China has stepped up its pressure campaign seeing the largest increase in military activity around Taiwan for 20 years as you and you think that’s meaningless why USA China is going to interfere the election in Taiwan so US is coming here to interfere Taiwan’s election you happy with these bullying time no because I’m not happy about bullying thing but that’s what you’re doing I’m happy about you know we can do Pistons with each other we can ask a China to make changes we are the only people on earth believe that we can make that happen we can make China a peaceful country well you look back the history who’s who are the invaders who are the invaders Japan right who participate the wars in Asia do you want to live in history or you want to live in the no I want in modern national people I want to make history clear that who are the invaders okay if you won’t be someone’s enemy then they will be your enemy if you won’t be someone’s friend oh it was let me tell you one one thing why US is selling f-16 to taiwan instead of f-35 and the u.s. is selling f-35 to Korea to Japan to Singapore to other countries why the United States gave the galley island to I to Japan instead of Taiwan it was our territory why the u.s. is doing that to Taiwan mr. Chou Katie Chen vice president of the Thailand foundation for democracy said last month that more and more taiwanese feel their nation is now under existential threat and you seem to be out of touch with that feeling totally don’t you you know the reality i feel the reality i know how to deal with it chinese in mainland i know what’s the facts I know you haven’t had to deal with them you won’t have to deal with them as a politician I try to deal with them when I was the mayor here the depicts the city mayor I worked with the city in nineteen I do communicate with them I try to work with with them try to ameliorate carbon emission issues environmental issues education issues will work with them that were Matic front where they continue to squeeze you where they ramp up the pressure where they try and persuade countries to drop their recognition of diplomatic recognition you did that you not China didn’t ever remember this you lost in 2018 right to Chinese Russia you’ve not done in a second Tina thank you you recognized China you don’t recognize the Republic of China you recognize Republic of China is Taiwan we were the representative of China before 1971 and the UN I know I’m telling you the fact we exist here the the ROC sit here and that’s what you call the Taiwan but you never knew recognize the hours see here you recognize the PRC rights well in the UN I read an article recently we adhere to one China policy as regards to Taiwan and Hong Kong and I think you should be defined like this wait we are here to one China policy as regards to mainland Taiwan Hong Kong and Macau mr. Chau you’re not talking about China that continues efforts to thwart Taiwan’s participation in international organizations like the World Health Organization and Interpol for instance you want to be members of those organisation help us if trying to stop it why are you agreed to why do you never criticize debating I’m scared everybody I know in China I – no I didn’t say that we’ve read a lot I had no chance time to express my opinion about China’s No – stop this is wrong this is tell you I haven’t said one more thing the UN the EU even Germany you recognize the PRC you don’t recognize the ROC and I truly hope one day you recognize the our see you’ll help us to participate wh oh ok I am using Chinese oh no luck that they tried to talk to you you’re talking as well such great reality see that can t did that can t try to talk to mainland they tried to try yeah they tried to do let us participate show especially charlie heo and icao mr. cho beijing is clearly losing patience with taiwan while you dream of some vague love in between Taipei and and the mainland China is crystal clear what it wants from you and that’s reunification and it refuses to rule out the use of force together doesn’t it and you live with that and you normalize that on a daily basis okay he our comes instead of saying to the no you can’t come crashing you can’t adjust the Constitution okay there’s only one China policy and that includes mainland Taiwan Hong Kong and Macau that’s in our Constitution we should fight by Oregon just Constitution right you’re being taught by Xi Jinping as you were in January unification is an inevitable requirement for the great rejuvenation of the Chinese people he said Taiwan should accept that it must and will be reunited with China whatever talks you’ve been having with China hasn’t got them a better idea and how many people in Taiwan want that reunification under three percent don’t worry about that don’t worry about you don’t worry about people think but don’t worry about their threatening words why don’t you stand up to those threatening words well we stand up to you we stand up to that but in our sitting room and try one must and low-k reunited with China he doesn’t automate have you tried to take a look of our Constitution – have you tried to take a look of our laws mr. Chen at what China not saying our laws an ER Constitution we want a peaceful relationship we want a unification the people don’t the people don’t that’s in our law in the Constitution then try to amend the Constitution that’s your perception our people here want to have a peaceful relationship with the mainland and we want to make money we want to do business together we want to have a democracy in the future in mainland China but not fighting it’s that against them not taking them as an enemy trying to be their friends and try to change them by participation like what you do that’s whether you go that’s working so well is that the reality is mr. Cho that Beijing’s push on unification puts your party the Kuomintang into a very difficult position doesn’t it your veteran China expert su Chi actually said that he said Xi Jinping took away all the space for ambiguity and that puts us the Kuomintang in a very difficult situation that difficulty being that your party is being told get on with this by China and you don’t have a policy of standing up to it do you I do have a policy what is it I declare that I claim that I want to unify China I want unified under Taiwan nameless young chance 23 million people in Taiwan against Medicare against me that’s my policy I descend to see it’s fantasy you have to remember in the world you have to understand the history in the world what’s happening now unification separation yes yes that’s the process unification in separation separation unification that’s the track of the history but there’s one thing very important not by often lower odds nevermind the track of history isn’t it jacket is just worth it’s the facts the question is what people want in argument is that the majority of your population do me a favor once unification do me a favor have you ever stood up I stand up you ever said no to them I stand up for the brute public of the China have you ever said no to Beijing yes for many times what on human rights issues for yes gen’l’men issue accident accident happened that was fertilizer I veto them I was paid to use whenever I went to China I told them you need to introduce democracy to your society oh they’re listening yes so I’ll see the first of the most crackdown in 25 years taking place on human rights activists Human Rights Watch reported last year human rights defenders continue to endure arbitrary detentions imprisonment and enforced disappearance yes and you say nothing about that have you heard I said anything about that I did just now I even told them I even told them because you don’t know my history dealing with them I have a many dialogues with them I told them you have to improve that’s human rights that’s international standards of treating your people I told them to okay I have to tell you one thing if you don’t participate if you don’t join them if you don’t treat them like they can improve then nothing good is going to happen and what it’s a fine line between that and appeasement isn’t it yes it’s a very fast very fine line it’s very ambiguous but you have to do that from your heart people know that ever spoken up for the tiny Taiwanese democracy activist Li Ming che it’s more than EJ Li Ming che it’s more than two years since he was forcibly disappeared you haven’t heard of him Li Ming che it’s more than two years since he was forcibly disappeared by police in China’s Guangdong province and charged with subversion of state power he’s a citizen of Taiwan you don’t talk about you don’t even know his name no he’s in terrible conditions human rights groups around the world have been campaigning for his release no what about garbey sentenced to five years in jail can’t get phone calls can’t get letters four times his wife was prevented from from going to mainland China to visit him and you know his rights of being a parent around 20 years ago I tried to talk to Chinese Communists to release an espionage suspects a lady who just got married and he was released recently I talked to our government too when coming down was the ruling party and they didn’t step in they didn’t try to rescue her she was sentenced to death however in jail for 20 years just a year ago she was released probably just at the end this year she was released and look what the people here have done to help human rights you know we should try to work together and we should try to talk to them and what the government here do let’s talk about Hong Kong again you mentioned it earlier of the interview and you were you were praising China that they had shown restraint with the demonstration I’m not praising them for that who started this in the first place okay that’s the law right for what the demonstrators will tell you that was a constant erosion of their freedoms under the one country two systems’ formula that forced them onto the streets anyway the denial of universal suffrage the the kidnapping of booksellers the banning of a political party the prevention of elected legislative counselors taking their seats because they didn’t like their politics it’s that constant erosion of freedom under the one country two systems that’s the system that Xi Jinping is offering you one country two systems I suggest you take a look what’s happening here in Taiwan in the ROC the ruling party DPP who claimed they protect human rights democracy no I have to tell when the Berenstain thing happening here that’s the reason why it’s so embarrassing because our ruling party is trying to enact martial law here doing something even worse and there is one law related to national security you know that’s what they are doing here our ruling party here in Taiwan of course we criticize the Hong Kong government especially the council try to establish a law which Hong Kong residents disagree and that doesn’t trust so that we’re sure that do you the chief executive you blame the Carrie Carrie Lam the chief exec sees Beijing as appointing right history she’s do point he even so-called elected by some Hong Kong represent why she still there why well that’s come from people s come from people it’s their democracy it’s their system as Hong Kong people let me come back to the question and this is what one thing is important they withdraw the law draft rights they’ve suspended they said they’ve said it’s dead they said they would draw because they did something wrong there in the mid I think something receding with it but not no that’s that’s what’s happening before now they say they withdraw you’re satisfied it’s over no I’m not satisfied about that I’m worried about what’s happening here in Taiwan and the one country two systems’ formula that Xi Jinping has offered to Taiwan we don’t read know that well that’s not gonna happen that’s not gonna happen then you mean Hong Kong is not going to have different systems from China’s system isn’t the lastly I think the system what should exist because that’s the the window shop for Chinese they should show that improvement of democracy to the world Hong Kong system sure isn’t if they try to violate that it’s going to embarrass them mr. Cho isn’t a lesson that you should take away from Hong Kong is that China doesn’t live up to its promises on democracy isn’t that the lesson I think I think talking and one I love chai I don’t live up to the promise I had to think we should try to change them we should try to improve them you should first say no to them well how do you know I didn’t say no to them I’ve doing that I’ve been doing that for so many years every time I visit the China I talk to them I say improve your system especially a democratic system and they step up their interference well they listen look at the propaganda war that’s being waged against Taiwan a study by the University of Gothenburg in Sweden said you’re one of China’s major targets for spreading disinformation happy about that direct interference well I think ROC so-called Taiwan should be more open to outside world especially Western society you’re avoiding my question is disinformation campaign yeah well China is trying to do that but other countries also try to do that too I think we should take active actions in solving their problems we’re very open society but not open enough to the outside world take a look how many english-speaking channels here so take a look at how many how much international media existing here in Taiwan when I exposed enough to the outside world however the politicians here tried to close the door China closed you know we China when we internationally for you we we emphasize localization so much instead of internationalization that’s what you tell ourselves first you don’t want to admit it no we want to improve ourselves too we also want to improve China remember I want to take active active process active approach to China to make China change this idea that you can make China change which frankly is pretty much of a longshot why should people vote for your party next year well if you’re selling fantasies like that why no we’re not selling fantasies you’re realistic it’s a difficult competition why don’t you try to realize what DPP can do DPP influence really in action and why don’t you take a look what we’re fighting for we’re fighting for true democracy here and DPP see ruined democracy here we’re trying to build up a peaceful relationship with the China with mainland we’re trying to create a better society here we’re trying to introduce your systems your values here to Taiwan we’re trying so hard to do that if we want to condense all people here that came he can rule this country perfectly well then we have to respect the democracy we have to open our society to the outside world we have to be honest to peek to our people the fact that our ruling party is cheating our people well the bad news for you is that a plurality of Taiwanese 45% don’t identify with your party or the ruling DPP then take a look take a look you’re right you’re right they don’t trust the parties here yeah they don’t trust them they don’t trust all parties you’re not saying any thing that they think is relevant well I believe that what they’re saying is relevant we realize the fact already people don’t trust the parties here people don’t trust the politicians here which is why would they trust you I mean you you said in the second primary debate in the primary do you claim that the number of Taiwanese people below the poverty line was believed to be around 3.8 million right which is that’s simply not true it’s simply not cheers true but a new research organization says Taiwan proportionally contains fewer people living in poverty than any other country in Asia no no time limit limit less than two don’t listen to me patience Lee you know when I was the mayor in Taba County they are around one quarter of the students couldn’t afford their lunch that’s one quarter if you times that proportion to the total population here in Taiwan I’m telling you the facts I’m not lying that’s terrible I’m telling you the fact that’s not the facts that’s the fact I’m telling you the fact why don’t you listen almost no Taiwanese live on less than 1.9 US dollars a day that’s noble poverty that’s of poverty is different oh really my definition right yes – yeah that’s my definition and you can criticize my damnation you live in so I can tell you if any student cannot afford their lunch then he’s and his family is living in poverty that’s my definition if it all goes wrong here in Taiwan and Xi Jinping loses patience and somebody says something they shouldn’t say and China looks as though it’s moving towards an invasion would you fight for Taiwan or not where do your ultimate loyalties lie mr. Chou we are loyal to our country the Republic of China we’re loyal to our institution you would have idea surely now yes you yes yes if they violated our Constitution to preserve and protect our people and defend our people I’ll fight against the China Josie why it’s good to have your own conflicts on thank you thank you very much [Music] [Applause] [Music] [Applause] [Music]

100 thoughts on “Taiwan pro-Beijing politician: You can change China | Conflict Zone

  1. Dear all, many thanks for your comments, but please keep our netiquette in mind: https://www.dw.com/en/dws-netiquette-policy/a-5300954-0

  2. The politician is only supporting the reunification of China. He is not necessarily Pro-Beijing. This journalist is desperately trying to push words into his mouth. But I'm impressed by his skills though.
    The journalist must understand that there's no "citizen of Taiwan" but citizen of the "Republic of China" the journalist is sadly so oblivious of this and refuses to listen to the answer provided by his interlocutor. Very sad. Poor journalism.

  3. Sehr schlechtes Interview. Das ist kein Interview, sondern eine Sprache, um den Interviewgast zu ihrer Absicht zu führen. Aber sie waren leider besiegt. Trotzdem ist die Wirkung des Kanals eindrucksvoll, man kann komplett den Gast verstehen und ist auch einverstanden. Was noch, bei dem Interview ist Unterbrechen keine Stärke, es ist nur unhöflich.

  4. hey, don't talk human rights. you are NOT qualified! Firstly USAkilled million innocent civilians just middle East alone. Secondly USA is NOT even a. signatory to human rights. How many German soldiers killed innocents during ww2?
    You arrangant uncivilized creature.

  5. Hey who paid you to come here to interfer with another country affair?
    You don't have the guts to go to China to tell Xi off. Are you not?
    You are truly arrangant and disrespectful.

  6. 搜一下conflict zone, 這個主持人的風格大概就是如此, 訪問其他人也不時會有火花爆出,
    如同專欄名 conflict zone一般, 他不是來陪笑臉的, 但標題及提問態度不禁令人反感。
    給周縣長一個讚, 希望台灣有更多人能上得了台面。

  7. Yeah, Germany can be united, but Chinese are not allowed to live peaceful, they have to fight, if Chinese don't want to, the western people make them fight.

  8. How can you be friends with a country that is a totalitarian regime that is determined to crush any opposition to its political system, freedom of speech, and any reforms, and also suddenly says it has dominion over the whole South China Sea?

  9. This DW interviewer with the mind of hit China. to push the other in his way. We are as the viewer feel very not profesional DW German have to quit this guy.

  10. 周錫瑋表現很好啊
    如果是我
    我也不可能預料主持人的問題 有這麼高的敵意
    所以周錫瑋 防守得不錯

  11. Hahaha this German prick picking fight between Chinese and the Germany got the unification they want. If you Germans want to fight China, maybe you should lead the charge. Don't push other ppl to fight each others.

  12. 我是不清楚周先生跟中共有何關係,我只知道中共做什麼事,台灣管不著,何況是被中共打敗的國民黨員的話,會對共產黨有何影響力。
    似乎周先生沒記起國民黨怎丟掉大陸的。

  13. 我不相信周锡玮会不知道李明哲,应该只是一时没听清老外的发音,没反应过来是谁。

  14. If you wanted to go back to Japan's invasions then China invaded Vietnam and Mongolia. Supported the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia and the Communist Malay insurgency.

  15. The host's etiquette is very poor! Always interrupt the respondent's speech! Is this the democratic literacy of the host of your organization?
    The moderator should have an objective perspective and cannot use personal opinions to interpret the respondents' comments.

  16. The vast majority of Chinese mainland exercises in the Taiwan Strait and the mainland are directed against the United States. Why is the host not talking about the military power of the United States in the South China Sea and the Taiwan Strait?

  17. Your company should ask the moderator very well. The interview is to let the sellers express their opinions and opinions. If you follow the mode of this moderator, this is not an interview, but a debate!

  18. https://www.bild.de/regional/stuttgart/stuttgart-aktuell/stuttgart-schwert-killer-toetete-mit-deko-waffe-63821474.bild.html

  19. 中國對台灣做的正是過去納粹對猶太人做的 請德國發揮人道精神 幫助台灣爭取國際地位 謝謝 
    Was China Taiwan antut, ist das, was die Nationalsozialisten den Juden in der Vergangenheit angetan haben. Bitte, Deutschland, um humanitären Geist zu zeigen. Hilf Taiwan, für den internationalen Status zu kämpfen. Danke.

  20. Tim Sebastian doesn't deserve to be a journalist. Consistently, he starts interviews by labeling the interviewee to try to mislead the audience, stops interviewee from talking, twisted interviewee's word to meet his own storylines. This kind of behaviour, is against journalist conduct. He is better to be a fiction writer.

  21. He is so HOSTILE and RUDE! This is not an interview , but an argument with guest. Germany can make trade with China by taking profits, but expect Taiwan & Mainland to be in war. Shame on him!!! From HK

  22. @Tim Sebastian only wanted to get answers what he wanted to hear and just shouted and yelled when Mr Zhou gave him the facts. Well done , Mr Zhou

  23. Tim Sebastian seems to be so concerned of lack of human rights and freedoms of speech in China. But how pathetic it is, when you are so proud of living in a country with freedom, but you don't have a free mind to listen to different views.

  24. I am a Chinese and was born in Taiwan. I support one China police. I do not think anyone from other country has right to decide what Chinese people want to do with our future. It is not their business.

  25. "we can change them!". What a naive way of thinking. The people in mainland China have no say in politics. Yes go change those without a political voice. This is Xi Jing Pings China

  26. 全世界沒有一個國家希望台灣跟大陸統一
    ,因為不符合他們的利益

    有誰會為台灣而戰?是德國還是美國或者是日本?答案是沒有

    台灣沒那個本錢跟大陸搞對抗,兩岸問題最終還是兩岸要坐下來解決

    兩岸需要有善意的交流

  27. The interviewer just wanted to force his opinion upon his interviewee with so much arrogance. He would not let his guest complete his explanation. So rude. A pity.

  28. 只有看清西方的虚伪,台湾才不会沦落为西方的棋子,才能清醒什么是建设性的事。我们马来西亚人旁观者清。西方,我们太明白了。

  29. Maybe you should listen to the man instead of interrupting him. The government in China need to change its attitude to the rest of the world instead of trying rule the world and remember China let’s you exist

  30. 外國媒體不懂中國,硬要讓我們中國人自相殘殺,其心可誅!如果,這些所謂民主自由國家,這麼在意他們所說的,為什麼不跟中華民國建交,卻要跟中華人民共和國建交?直接支持台灣在聯合國的席位,直接承認兩岸,不就是給中國最大的打擊了!只會叫我們要去挑釁挑戰中國?別人的孩子死抹料嗎?這些爛外媒。

  31. 已有主見又要影響受訪者的主持人真是垃圾!
    美國可以是聯邦,中國為什麼不能也有聯邦?只會批評共產黨要消滅共產黨,看看這個世界不是只有一個物種才能生存,可噁的主持人,請放下你那個帝國主義的意識形態!!!!

  32. How is Beijing losing patience with Taiwan? Actually Beijing has been quite patient because in due course reunification is just about automatic. Taiwan's glaring weakness is its energy exposure, which will be targeted with effective ease. There will be no military options for the USA.

  33. Actually both men are evading reality; which is what alternative is available. Politicians in Taiwan want to avoid answering this question, while some fervent Westerners charge like a locomotive fed on emotions.

    All the sane people in the world including most of the people of Taiwan and most Americans want the utmost and foremost to avoid war, and so-called self-determination for Taiwan has no future because it will lead to a devastating war that Taiwan will have to start. The Chinese mainland will eventually have the means to gravely affect the Taiwan economy with little to no force.

  34. To block DW in mainland of China is reasonable, some western always want let China have the civil war again, and after that they can get huge benefit again as 1840.

  35. 这个主持人到死那天都不会懂台湾和中国的关系,其实很复杂,但也很简单。就是中华民族。

  36. the interviewer has upheld a hostile attitude toward the interviewee and snatched every chance to interrupt the guest's speaking. gawd!

  37. Deutsche Welle (DW) is very aggressive here! If the Germans could unite, why do they think that the HAN cannot, God Willing, be ONE someday. "But where is his (sic) evidence that you can change China? Is he selling a fantasy to voters?" DW asks Chou Hsi-Wei…. labelled pro-Beijing as if Beijing is on the Moon.

    The evidence is right in front of your eyes…. They are both Han. They don't need any change…. They were born Han and they will die as Han…. The only fantasy being sold here is peddled by foreigners who want the Chinese to be at each other's throat.
    Leave them alone. And God Willing they will unite someday. Amen.
    Greetings from East Africa

  38. Deutsche Welle (DW) is very aggressive here! If the Germans could unite, why do they think that the HAN cannot, God Willing, be ONE someday. "But where is his (sic) evidence that you can change China? Is he selling a fantasy to voters?" DW asks Chou Hsi-Wei…. labelled pro-Beijing as if Beijing is on the Moon.

    The evidence is right in front of your eyes…. They are both Han. They don't need any change…. They were born Han and they will die as Han…. The only fantasy being sold here is peddled by foreigners who want the Chinese to be at each other's throat.
    Leave them alone. And God Willing they will unite someday. Amen.
    Greetings from East Africa

  39. 頭一次發現周錫瑋英文講得那麼好…堅持身為一個中國人的理念…與德國媒體主持人激辯….釐清兩岸需要和平而非美國或某些西方國家希望兩岸發動戰爭….他們非常希望中國回到軍閥割據的混亂年代….所謂美國強權將獲取莫大利益….這段對話值得好好聽一聽…

  40. Terribly cruel interviewer! how can he have right to label and dictate the interviewee so called pro-Beijing ? Only KMT dare to fight CCP directly in the past and the coward democratic front standing to see see look look…This interrupting specialist has a full brain of prejudice and fake information.

  41. Kmt mr. Cho’s smiling talking is so so nasty in the interview. Just looks like, talks like China’s government speaker.

  42. Chow is absolutely right. If the Germans think Taiwan should stand up to China, why not help Taiwan to achieve that? China is Taiwan's neighbor. What is it supposedly to do? Start a war with China while the rest of the world including Germany is claiming "one China policy?"

    I don't approve of Beijing, but I don't live in Taiwan, I don't need to face the threat of China on a daily basis. Neither does the German journalist apparently.

    Is this interview the German journalist's attempt to help Tsai of the DPP to win the Taiwanese presidential election on 1/11/2020?

  43. 這白痴主持人說「中國沒有獨立的司法!」卻不知道歐美評比司法獨立,台灣48名,大陸46名,台灣還落後兩名!
    沒水準的主持人回家做做功課吧!

  44. Tim, shame on you who dare not look at history! You want to talk about now! Fine ! I forgive you as I know your shameful history too well! As for now, do you recognize ROC? Or,PRC? You don’t walk your talk at all! What a liar! Shame on you!

  45. 周縣長不卑不亢的清晰辯解,反問為何聯合國承認RPC,不承認ROC;
    反問PRC現今的反制行動,就要問當今台灣執政黨民進黨是否對兩岸關係的無作為甚至挑釁造成的;讓主持人幾度無言,他的表現讓人聒目相看!

  46. Taiwan and mainland are chinese originated from the same root. Whatever differences now can be resolved. Why shall taiwan listen to westerner who doen't want to see reunification to happen for their interest? Bravo mr chao, we support you

  47. Thats awkwered and ridigilous in this interwie. The old doesnt know the principles of journalism and interwiewer. He just want to argueing and not listining, only his openians…

  48. This journalist is clearly biased and conducts the interview based on his agenda. Good on the Taiwanese politician on standing his ground.

  49. Ridiculous!!
    到底憑什麼他可以說出台灣想要統一!!

    中國和台灣要和平相處可以建立在兩個不同國家之間而不是一個國家而不是統一

    這樣的和平是中國不要

    如果台灣不自己認同自己為一個獨立的國家,要憑什麼要求國際認同我們是一個獨立國家,要憑甚麼要求國際來正名台灣就是台灣,而不是中國台灣

    周先生整場訪談立場整個矛盾到不行,一下怪各個國籍組織怪聯合國不承認台灣,一下又說台灣和中國本來就是一個國家還說出台灣想要統一,難怪主持人會這麼激動

    當外國人都在 對於中國不斷各方面打壓台灣而忿忿不平的時候,周先生在那邊打圈圈立場模糊不清矛盾不已

    到底為什麼我們的護照上面還在寫著Republic of China ??

    記得去年從愛爾蘭搭飛機回台的時候,check in 櫃檯小姐問我目的地是台灣,請問已經申請好台灣的簽證了嗎?我說:我是台灣人我在台灣出生,我不需要任何簽證來進入台灣,她說:不,系統上顯示你是中國人,你的護照上面也有寫到中國,我因此在櫃檯耗了許久,就因為那 Republic of China 3個單字,就這三個單字,讓台灣人沒辦法理直氣壯的向外國人表明我們是台灣不是中國

    拜託,如果這麼想和大陸做朋友,就放棄台灣籍去當中國人吧

    我們是台灣人~有民主自由的台灣人
    不是對岸人~發表現在這樣的言論還要擔心被抓去關起來再教育

    台灣人醒醒吧~

  50. 这哪里是访问,明明是拷问啊!采访者不允许被访者发表自己的意见,被访者的回答不合他的意他简直要炸了。这个记者真的太缺乏职业道德了!

  51. ”你们为什么不跟PRC对干?他们很糟糕“ ”那你们德国觉得我们好,怎么不承认我们ROC而是承认PRC?” “PRC国际上打压你们啊,不让你们参加国际组织“ ”那你们德国帮忙啊!支持我们进国际组织啊!把PRC踢出去让俺们进来啊" ”咳咳。。。俺们德国就是跟他们做生意而已。“ “俺们ROC也是啊!” 周锡伟机智一百分,啪啪扇双标洋人的脸。

  52. 德國分東與西的時候你們怎麼不對幹?!歐盟跟中國做最多貿易的也是你們 …幹 別人家的小孩死不完嗎

  53. 抗中,全世界的國家,除了幾個小國外,都與中國建交,卻要台灣去對抗中國,不把台灣當國家不支援臺灣,要我們去死,美國只把臺灣當棋子,拿保護費。

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