Ma Ying-jeou wrote the inscription date "Hundred Twelve", omitting the word "Republic of China".

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[Instant News/Comprehensive Report] Former President Ma Ying-jeou visited China and paid homage to Sun Yat-sen Mausoleum in Nanjing yesterday (28th). Twenty-eight" was signed, and Ma Ying-jeou avoided the "Republic of China" date and only wrote "120", which aroused discussion.

Zheng Yunpeng, a legislator of the Democratic Progressive Party, posted a satirical post on Facebook earlier, saying that if the wording of "one hundred and twelve" becomes the practice of the Kuomintang going to China, it will become "two hundred and five" in 138 years.

Zheng Yunpeng pointed out that when Ma Ying-jeou faced keywords such as "Republic of China, former president" in China, he used "one hundred and twelve" to avoid referring to the Republic of China; When it comes to self-sufficient "former president" positions, "this" is used instead of dodging, and even stuttering is mentioned.

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Zheng Yunpeng thought: "If you have tried it, you still have to give it affirmation." Later, Zheng Yunpeng also expressed his opinion on the "Hundred Twelve" signed by Ma Ying-jeou. In 138 years, it will be written as "two hundred and five"." In the end, Zheng Ye said sarcastically: "It is shameful to escape, but it is useful. Although Ah Q is funny, he can still save Xiaoyue."