published in time magazineDemocratic Progressive Partypresidential candidatelai qingdeClose-up of a character with the headline “Taiwan’s presidential contender faces balancing trade with China”, describing Lai Ching-te’s background growing up in a miner’s family, until That he does not become the President of Taiwan in the future. Determined to strive to maintain peace in the Pacific, enhance international economic and trade relations, and safeguard national sovereignty.
On cross-Strait issues, Lai Ching-tey said in an exclusive interview that compared to the KMT, the DPP would protect Taiwan’s sovereignty and would not subscribe to the fantasy of reunification. Taiwan should continue to enhance international economic and trade relations to ensure that Taiwan remains an essential member of the international economy to strengthen Taiwan’s overall security. The chip and technology industry is Taiwan’s advantages and Taiwan’s responsibility to the international community.
Time magazine reported that Lai Ching-te was involved inpartnerTaiwan’s highest level government officials marched. Lai Ching-tey said that supporting the issue of gay marriage was a very natural choice as he strongly believes in the values of freedom, democracy and human rights.
The report noted social differences between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait. Compared to Taiwan’s embrace of progressive values and emphasis on democratic politics, Beijing also removed overly emotional tributes following the death of outgoing Prime Minister Li Keqiang to avoid social tension. disturbance.
Reports believe that social differences between the two sides of the Taiwan Strait are increasing day by day. As the son of a miner, Lai Qingde will not be afraid of various challenges and will work without hesitation to ensure Taiwan’s democratic and free way. life.
The Democratic Progressive Party said that in order to present the full report material, Time magazine sent Asia special correspondent Charlie Campbell and a photography team to Taiwan in October to interview, and meet young people, international foreign guests, new entrepreneurs Lai Kingde followed. , representatives of gay families and human rights organizations, and participated in a campaign in Wanli, New Taipei City. Time Magazine described Lai Ching-te’s character and manner of working as a doctor’s bedside manner, listening attentively, soothing emotions with gentle eyes, and comfortable humor.
The report quoted Lai Qingde as saying that when Lai Qingde was a child, a typhoon blew off the roof of his house. The poor living environment was the greatest asset left to him by his father, which inspired him to work harder and be more active. Various tasks give him determination to overcome difficulties. With this work attitude, Lai Ching-te went to Harvard University to study, worked as a physician in Tainan City and is now the frontrunner in next year’s presidential election.
Taiwan(tagstotranslate)Comrade Lai Qingde