Former President Ma Ying-jeou will leave for China in the afternoon to worship his ancestors. It is rumored that the Chinese side will receive him at the "head of state level" and may send central leaders to pick him up.
[Reporters Su Yongyao, Chen Yun/Report from Taipei] Former President Ma Ying-jeou will leave for China today (27th) afternoon to worship his ancestors. It is rumored that the Chinese side will receive him at the "head of state level" and may send "central level leaders" to pick him up.
The Presidential Palace stated that it expects the Chinese government to ensure the dignity of former President Ma’s trip in accordance with the basic principles of the international reception of outgoing heads of state. Foreigners also believe that if Beijing sincerely expresses respect for the former head of state of Taiwan, rumors of calling him “Mr.” should be avoided. .
Regarding media reports, Beijing will give former President Ma a head of state-level reception. Presidential Office Spokesman Lin Yuchan said that President Ma was the former head of state of our country. Regarding the visit of former President Ma, we hope that the Chinese government will follow the international standards for receiving outgoing heads of state. According to the principle, we will provide arrangements that meet the specifications to ensure the dignity, convenience and safety of the former President Ma's trip.
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Foreigners pointed out that China has always claimed to be a state of etiquette, and it is also a major country in the world. If Beijing sincerely expresses respect for the former head of state of Taiwan, it will not only give standard courtesy in terms of safety and itinerary, but also in the etiquette of communication and interaction such as salutation. , but also pay attention to the respect that is due. The previous rumors called "Mr." should be avoided.
The person said that after all, shouting "head of state level" and finally becoming "Mr.
"Yanzi Envoys Chu" tells the story of the state of Chu trying to humiliate Yanzi at that time. I believe the Chinese should be more familiar with it.