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Taiwan’s opposition party apologises for tweet calling Singaporean dissident an ‘extreme white supremacist’

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Taiwan’s main opposition party has come under fire from Twitter users after lashing out on its official account at an activist who had voiced support for the government’s efforts to procure Covid-19 vaccines.

Roy Ngerng, a Singaporean dissident and activist based in Taipei, tweeted on Thursday that President’s Tsai Ing-wen’s diplomatic efforts had led international allies to come to Taiwan’s aid during its worst coronavirus outbreak.

Photo: Alan C. via Twitter, HKFP remix.

“To be honest, I am very proud that President Tsai has built Taiwan’s relationship with other democracies so well that countries like Japan and US are coming to Taiwan’s aid so quickly, without Taiwan having to lose its integrity, dignity and sovereignty,” his tweet read.



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