Re: why must Debian call Taiwan a "Province of China"?
Anthony Johnson writes:
> We have to choose names from some standards body somewhere...
The "standards body" in question is the UN, which has labeled the place
"Taiwan, a province of China" for purely political purposes. In normal
conversation the place is referred to simply as "Taiwan". Tacking on "a
province of China" is making a political statement. There is no
non-political reason to do it.
> Yes, you love living in China Taiwan. Will you stand on the other side
> when you live in China mainland?
The people who live on the island call it Taiwan. What's wrong with using
the name they choose?
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