Taiwan's journalist's candidacy has lost its position through the continental continent's ribbon.
Du Zuye, editor-in-chief of the Taiwanese version of the GQ magazine, planned to go to mainland China to act as the editor of the Chinese version of the GQ, but was replaced with a tape that was attacked by the continent at a farewell party organized by Taiwanese counterparts. Du Zuye, editor-in-chief of the Taiwanese version of the GQ magazine, planned to go to mainland China to act as the editor of the Chinese version of the GQ, but was replaced with a tape that was attacked by the continent at a farewell party organized by Taiwanese counterparts. On May 4, Beijing Zhizu magazine published on its website the Red Head Announcement magazine, stating that "Jing Min was immediately editor-in-chief of the Zhizhan GQ Magazine." Du Zuye was not hired for personal reasons. " The men's fashion magazine "GQ" is the publication of the New York International Publishing Group magazine. Despite the fact that this announcement does not explicitly explain the detailed reasons why Du Zuye was not hired, people who understand the situation say that the prospect of the forthcoming Du Zuye car on the mainland can only be a "joke" in the activities. On May 3, Taiwanese GQ colleagues held a farewell party for Du Zuye, where colleagues asked Duo Zuye to wear the KUSO (substitute) tape with the words "counterattack to the mainland", which means he will go to the mainland to evolve. I never thought it was a harmless joke in the eyes of the Taiwan people. Videos and photos circulated over the Internet, causing discontent with the Chinese version of the ("Chi-GQ") boss's magazine, and decided not to hire Du Zuye in one day. In modern Chinese history, the term "counterattack to the mainland" (or "recovery of the mainland") has its special historical significance: it was the political proposal of the Kuomintang government of Chiang Kai-shek during the 1926 Kim Jiang War after moving to Taiwan and until the 1980s. The slogan, which means counterattack on mainland China, occupied by the Chinese Communist Party, is often used in conjunction with political slogans such as "save compatriots", "eliminate communists," and "to kill Zhu (de) plucking Mao (Zedong)." Chinese authorities have been accused of using so-called …[ad_2]