The Chinese embassy in New Delhi advises the Indian media: “Taiwan shall not be referred to as a ‘country (nation)’ or ‘Republic of China’ or the leader of China’s Taiwan region as ‘President’.” Photo: Bloomberg The Chinese embassy in New Delhi advises the Indian media: “Taiwan shall not be referred to as a ‘country (nation)’ or ‘Republic of China’ or the leader of China’s Taiwan region as ‘President’.” Photo: Bloomberg
The Chinese embassy in New Delhi advises the Indian media: “Taiwan shall not be referred to as a ‘country (nation)’ or ‘Republic of China’ or the leader of China’s Taiwan region as ‘President’.” Photo: Bloomberg

Don’t use Taiwan’s Double Tenth holiday to undermine the one-China principle, Beijing tells Indian media

  • Letter from Chinese embassy in New Delhi reminds ‘media friends that there is only one China in the world’
  • While Taiwan aligns itself to India in advertisements featuring Tsai Ing-wen, China says ‘leader of China’s Taiwan region’ should not be called president

Topic |   China-India relations
The Chinese embassy in New Delhi advises the Indian media: “Taiwan shall not be referred to as a ‘country (nation)’ or ‘Republic of China’ or the leader of China’s Taiwan region as ‘President’.” Photo: Bloomberg The Chinese embassy in New Delhi advises the Indian media: “Taiwan shall not be referred to as a ‘country (nation)’ or ‘Republic of China’ or the leader of China’s Taiwan region as ‘President’.” Photo: Bloomberg
The Chinese embassy in New Delhi advises the Indian media: “Taiwan shall not be referred to as a ‘country (nation)’ or ‘Republic of China’ or the leader of China’s Taiwan region as ‘President’.” Photo: Bloomberg
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