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Posters of Taiwan not part of China seen all over the city, courtesy BJP Spokesman Tajinder Bagga

Taiwan, officially known as the Republic of China (ROC), is an island off the southern coast of China that has been governed independently from mainland China since 1949. The People’s Republic of China (PRC) views the island as a province, while in Taiwan—a territory with its own democratically elected government that is home to twenty-three million people—political leaders have differing views on the island’s status and relations with the mainland.

Despite the sovereignty dispute, the economic ties between the island and the mainland have thrived in recent years. Yet political frictions still shadow the relationship, and China and Taiwan have experienced a renewal in tensions under new leadership.

Issues of Taiwanese identity and independence came to an end point now; Protestors started raising voice against China stating that ‘Taiwan is not a part of China’

The political awakening of youth in Taiwan was driven as much by practical frustrations as by political ideals.

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