Democratic Progressive Partypresidential candidatelai qingdeIt was officially announced this afternoon that the representative to the United States, Xiao Meiqin, will serve as deputy. Xiao Meiqin said, “I am Xiao Meiqin, and I am back! It is my duty to support Taiwan! I will continue to flirt for the sake of the country” (Taiwanese, meaning “regardless of my safety Working hard”))!Xiao Meiqin said that in the past few years she has been selling products in Taiwan rather than in the United States.Tsai Ing-WenShe considered the task assigned to her by the President to be her best fighting position. She used all her strength and did not dare to slack off. Over the past three years and four months, she and the team at the Representative Office in the United States worked hard to make Taiwan-US relations operate more smoothly, and have been entrusted by Tsai Ing-wen and the people of Taiwan Also tried his best to fulfill his responsibilities. When Lai Qingde invited him to serve as his deputy, he faced a long ordeal. In this election campaign, should she remain in the position she was most familiar with, or should she face a more difficult challenge in a new position.
Xiao Meiqin said that she often described herself as a “fighting cat” because diplomacy is like a cat’s steps. Every step must be cautious, sometimes gentle but also firm. During her stay in the United States, she stood her ground, handled issues properly, and dealt with the difficult political environment. Maximizing Taiwan–US relations also makes other countries with similar ideals more supportive of Taiwan’s international involvement.
Finally, Hsiao Meiqin said that in the morning he asked President Tsai Ing-wen and Foreign Minister Joseph Wu to resign as representative to the United States and devote themselves to the election campaign. She will bring her experience to every position to do more and go further for the people of Taiwan. Thanks Taiwan people trust him and are willing to entrust him with heavy responsibilities. Thank you Lai Qingde.
Taiwan (TagstoTranslate) Lai Ching-te (T) Tsai Ing-wen (T) Democratic Progressive Party