China’s do’s and don’ts for Indian media ahead of Taiwan national day

China’s do’s and don’ts for Indian media ahead of Taiwan national day

China on Wednesday issued a series of guidelines for the Indian media for coverage of the national day of Taiwan, observed on October 10 saying all countries having diplomatic ties with Beijing should “firmly honour their commitment to the One-China policy”.

A advertisements issued by the Taiwan government in two Delhi-based newspapers ahead of the national day,  featured an image of President Tsai Ing-wen and the slogan “Taiwan and India are natural partners” .

The advertisement referred to Taiwan’s efforts to counter Covid-19 and its sharing of experiences and essential medical items with like-minded partners.

The India-China border standoff, experts and commentators have called for New Delhi to review its relations with Taipei, which has been dealing with the Chinese military’s actions in recent months .

A letter sent out by the Chinese embassy in New Delhi referred to the “so-called forthcoming ‘National Day of Taiwan’ with a message to remind that there is only one china in the world that is the sole legitimate government representing the whole of China.

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