Broadcast|The “Double Ten Day” is almost extinct under the Hong Kong National Security Law

Broadcast|The “Double Ten Day” is almost extinct under the Hong Kong National Security Law

The “Double Ten Day” of the Revolution of 1911, also known as the National Day of the Republic of China, had always been celebrated by pro-Taiwan groups and the Hong Kong people in the past.
The “Double Ten Day” is almost extinct under the Hong Kong National Security Law

The “Double Ten Day” is almost extinct under the Hong Kong National Security Law

In the shadow of the "Hong Kong National Security Law," the celebrations in Hong Kong have almost disappeared.
National Day speech reiterates ‘maintaining the status quo’ Tsai: Taiwanese will not give in under pressure

National Day speech reiterates ‘maintaining the status quo’ Tsai: Taiwanese will not give in under pressure

The President Tsai reiterated that maintaining the status quo is our proposition and we will do our best to prevent it from being changed unilaterally. We will not take any risks, but we must not think that the people of Taiwan will give in under pressure, "because the path set by China will not include a democratic and free way of life in Taiwan, let alone the sovereignty of 23 million people
President Tsai Ing-wen’s National Day Speech – “There Should Be Absolutely No Illusions That the Taiwanese People Will Bow to Pressure”

President Tsai Ing-wen’s National Day Speech – “There Should Be Absolutely No Illusions That the Taiwanese People Will Bow to Pressure”

October 10, 2021 marked the 110th anniversary of Republic of China, also known as the National Day of Taiwan. During this day, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen delivered an important speech, titled "Forging a Stronger Consensus: Standing United to Protect Taiwan". This speech sounds like a direct confrontation with CCP leader Xi Jinping's speech at the "110th Anniversary of the 1911 Revolution" one day ago.