Friday, January 22, 2016

As you mention Chiang Kai Shek, he is a total nationalist, his main wish was to take back the mainland and he was firmly against Taiwan's independence. He is not even buried yet, as his wish, he would be buried next to his mother in mainland. I really wonder how you have the face to discuss history and facts as you say ROC was founded by Chiang Kai Shek. Spelling some names (with constant mistakes) doesn't make you know history. You're hilarious. Still, can see your efforts in trying to establish arguments, but still ridiculous.
 Taiwan province was brought under ROC rule in 1945, and the central government moved to Taipei in 1949. The ROC was founded in 1912 by Dr. Sun. CKS did not found a country named Taiwan. Till today, the renmants of the ROC which includes offshore islands from Fujian province which have been ROC since 1912 and Taiwan province minus Diaoyutai islands make up current ROC citizens.

Therefore, portions from Fujian and most of Taiwan come together to form the current ROC which has continued since 1912.

The massacre and martial law occurred only after an armed uprising in 1947. Martial Law stayed in place for that long to make sure the CCP did not infiltrate Taiwan, but that didn't make things any easier for people in Taiwan or Jinmen, Fujian which had a longer martial law period due to its proximity to the mainland part of Fujian.

The ROC is more commonly known as Taiwan including the islands off the coast even though they are not a part of Taiwan province.

The ROC also had elections in 47 and 48 and were subsequently suspended in Taiwan after 49. So the elections in Taiwan in the 90's were not the first.