China, Taiwan
Beijing propaganda seeks to end use of word 'president' for Taiwanese leader

Outgoing Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen at a campaign rally in Taipei, Taiwan, on 29 December 2023. Taiwan's presidential election is scheduled for 13 January 2024.
Outgoing Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen at a campaign rally in Taipei, Taiwan, on 29 December 2023. Taiwan's presidential election is scheduled for 13 January 2024. © Ritechie B. Tongo/EFE/Newscom/MaxPPP
Nothing is being left to chance to remind the world that Beijing sees Taiwan as a province of the People's Republic of China. Chinese Communist Party propaganda is set to launch a campaign to have the island's president referred to as the "chief executive of Taiwan". [...]
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