Taiwan’s National Day was celebrated about two weeks ago. Aside from the counter-terrorism unit’s show of force during the official parade, the event was full of color and optimism, a kind of anti-thesis to China, which considers Taiwan a rebellious province.
“Even though we have the military capabilities, we are not interested in a war,” Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen said during her speech at the parade. “At the same time, we will continue to preserve the freedom, democracy and Taiwan’s way of life, and we will ensure the right of Taiwan’s residents to determine their future.”
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