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British pianist Dr. K expresses condolences on Taiwan earthquake

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British pianist Dr. K expresses condolences on Taiwan earthquake

A magnitude 7.2 earthquake struck Hualien on the morning of the 3rd, the largest earthquake in Taiwan in the past 25 years. Through the British pianist Kavanagh, who is highly popular in Taiwan and nicknamed “Dr. K” (Dr.social mediaExpress concern for Taiwan and love for the Taiwanese people.

Brendan Kavanagh in hisFacebook(Facebook) Fan page post, I hope everyone in Taiwan is okay and pray for Taiwan.

The post was accompanied by a recent photo of him taken at the public piano at London’s St Pancras International Station; In the photo, he was standing on a piano chair, holding a blue sky and a white sun and a red flag. Field.

Kavanagh was photographed during a live broadcast at St Pancras station in late JanuaryCommunist Party of ChinaThe “Great Internal Propaganda” video sparked controversy among Chinese people, sparking heated debate. In an exclusive interview with the Central News Agency in early February, he said that the CCP’s repressive actions had made him more “radicalized”.

Although he has repeatedly expressed support for Taiwan, which is threatened by Beijing, through photos and videos, Kavanaugh stressed in an interview that he has no ill feelings toward the Chinese people, but He opposes those who try to control the Chinese people and Taiwan.

Kavanaugh’s image of defending freedom and supporting Taiwan caused a “storm of action” in Taiwan. Foreign Minister Joseph Wu also posted a message on social media X to welcome his visit to Taiwan.

In an interview, Kavanaugh told the Central News Agency that he had received numerous invitations to visit Taiwan, including many from “very high-ranking” people. However, due to his busy schedule and family factors, he has no plans to visit Taiwan this year. Although he is interested in it.

At the end of March, reporters once again confirmed whether he could visit Taiwan this year. Kavanaugh responded that he was “really busy” and currently had no plans to visit Taiwan this year.

However, he said he thoroughly enjoyed the experience of interacting with Taiwanese people on a London public piano. In an exclusive interview with the Central News Agency, he once said, “I have received so much love from Taiwan that I feel as if I am a Taiwanese citizen.”

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