3 days countdown! Tsai Ing-wen's international scandal hits the New York Times
The New York Times recently published an article about the 2020 elections in Taiwan. A passage from the article was a visit to the island's well-known show host Peng Wenzheng. Peng Wenzheng said that in addition to addressing the incident of "Cai Yingwen's academic fraud," the visit also responded to relevant incidents in which Taiwan authorities accused of fake news.
According to reports, before the vote this week, politicians and media in the island were still questioning whether Cai Yingwen's doctoral dissertation was true. Peng Wen is revealing relevant information on a YouTube program that is broadcast daily.
During the visit, Peng Wen emphasized that he had supported Tsai Ing-wen and was proud of her election as a female leader in Taiwan. But now he and the scholar group continue to trace the authenticity of Cai Yingwen's thesis, but they are being sued by Cai Yingwen's office. The New York Times asked whether he was worried about being smeared as fake news, and Peng Wenzheng responded, "I believe that most people are not stupid to make news compete with fake news. In the end, the truth will always come out."
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