“At this point, to struggle against the hearts of Taiwan’s people is unhelpful and can instead be harmful,” said Andy Chang, China studies professor at Tamkang University in Taiwan. “These companies are not government organizations, so for mainland China to demand they take a crystal clear position on politics, of course, doesn’t form a good image among Taiwan’s people or internationally.”
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