Tsai’s campaign stop to woo indigenous support attracts former KMT members (2011/12/29)
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    Tsai’s campaign stop to woo indigenous support attracts former KMT members (2011/12/29)

    DPP presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen held a rally to court Taiwan’s indigenous peoples today and promised to implement autonomous rule once elected. Ten former KMT local leaders, as well as former Nantou County Councilor Wu Hsin-tsai, a KMT member, lent their support to Tsai by attending the event.

    As a Hualien Amis chief prayed, DPP presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen appeared in traditional Paiwan clothing to accept wishes from indigenous supporters for an election victory.

    Tsai’s aboriginal name is Tjuku, meaning “the chief’s daughter.” Representatives from 14 aboriginal tribes came together to stump for Tsai in the run-up to the 2012 presidential election.

    The event was also attended by 10 former KMT members and former Nantou County councilor Wu Hsin-tsai, a current KMT member.

    Tsai Ing-wen
    DPP presidential candidate
    After this election, we will be closely connected. I know that many of our aboriginal brothers and sisters are eagerly anticipating autonomy. Our planning will aim at real self-rule.

    The indigenous demographic has always been difficult for the pan-green camp. The Tsai campaign has set 30% of the indigenous vote, or 120,000 votes, as their goal.
    中文 Chinese  





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