cvs commit: doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/faq book.sgml
leeym at leeym.com
Mon Aug 25 07:50:35 UTC 2008
2008/8/25 Cheng-Lung Sung <clsung at tw.freebsd.org>:
> On Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 04:24:14PM +0900, Hiroki Sato wrote:
>> Gabor PALI <pgj at FreeBSD.org> wrote in <48A75F24.10404 at FreeBSD.org>:
>> pg> Taiwan --> Republic of China ?
>> This is a politically-sensitive issue. Recently "Chinese Taipei" is
>> often used compared to Taiwan and R.O.C., and Ma Ying-jeou (the
>> president) says "Chinese Taipei" is the appropriate name for
>> international affairs in an interview about Taiwan's pursuing an
>> observer position in WHO.
>> Any ideas from people in Taiwan?
> Taiwan -> Taiwan
> Although 'Republic of China' also shows on my passport, but we wouldn't
> mind leaving the 'Taiwan' standing for us.
> I voted for President Ma. But that does not mean what he says is
> abosultely right. That's the progress of democracy.
> Since here is neither WHO nor WTO, and obviously we commiters in Taiwan
> contributed lots to the FreeBSD project.
> Please. Thank you for respecting our culture :)
> And thanks god
> said so.
"Chinese Taipei" is definitely NOT the appropriate name for
international affairs, it's just a ridiculous alternative when we are
not be able to use "Taiwan".
In this case, simply Taiwan is the best name.
Please. Thank you for respecting our culture :)
Yen-Ming Lee <leeym at leeym.com>
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