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Mainland slams proposal to abolish Sun Yat-sen portraits in Taiwan [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2016-2-26 07:41:19 |Display all floors
Chinese paramilitary policemen stand guard in front of a huge portrait of Chinese revolutionary pioneer Sun Yat-sen, at the Tian'anmen Square in Beijing, Oct 1, 2015. [Photo/IC]A Chinese mainland spokesman on Wednesday criticized a Taiwan legislator's proposal that would remove portraits of Sun Yat-sen from schools and government buildings in the island.
An Fengshan, of the State Council's Taiwan  ...

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Post time 2016-2-26 14:04:03 |Display all floors
This is disgraceful - Sun Yat Sen was the father of modern era China. Matter of fact - he was married to one of the Sun sisters ---another sister was married to Jiang Jie Shi ( Chian g Kai Shek) and another was a staunch communist. Now--there it is ---- 3 sisters with 3 different views but ALL are from the same family. How I wish Taiwan would get their act together and realize they are Chinese first and don't currently need support (?) from anyone else---particularly Japan.

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Post time 2016-2-27 16:27:51 |Display all floors
The independent country of Taiwan can do anything they like in the country.  It is none of your business, especially the foreign country of china.  You are not allowed to critize what other countries do with their pictures. They can put anyone's picture they like.

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Post time 2016-3-4 20:35:43 |Display all floors
VincentLee must be dreaming. Perhaps you are mixed up and think you are the 52 state?

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