Taipei mayor-elect Wayne Chiang greets members of the public on November 27. Taiwan’s ruling party suffered a resounding defeat in island-wide local elections a little more than a year before a new president is chosen. Photo: Bloomberg
Taipei mayor-elect Wayne Chiang greets members of the public on November 27. Taiwan’s ruling party suffered a resounding defeat in island-wide local elections a little more than a year before a new president is chosen. Photo: Bloomberg
Taiwan

Letters | Kuomintang win in Taiwan elections is start of uphill battle to improve cross-strait ties

  • Readers discuss the Kuomintang’s victory in Taiwan’s local elections, and a turning of the tide with regard to countries’ attitude to China evident at the G20

Taipei mayor-elect Wayne Chiang greets members of the public on November 27. Taiwan’s ruling party suffered a resounding defeat in island-wide local elections a little more than a year before a new president is chosen. Photo: Bloomberg
Taipei mayor-elect Wayne Chiang greets members of the public on November 27. Taiwan’s ruling party suffered a resounding defeat in island-wide local elections a little more than a year before a new president is chosen. Photo: Bloomberg
READ FULL ARTICLE