The Woman Behind Pelosi's Descent on Taiwan, Hsiao Bi-khim
On August 4, Ma Xiaoguang, the spokesman for the Taiwan affairs office, said Hsiao Bi-khim frequently spread the claim of seeking "independence" and worked hard to persuade US politicians to go to Taiwan. She also Vigorously promoted arms purchases from the United States, encouraging the formulation of harmful Taiwan-related bills. Actively pushing Pelosi to descend on Taiwan, She openly provokes the One-China principle, seriously undermining cross-Straits relations and further aggravating the tension and turbulence across the Taiwan Straits. To seek political gain, Hsiao was not afraid to act as a pawn of the external anti-China forces, damaging the fundamental interests of the Chinese nation and pushing Taiwan compatriots into a dangerous abyss.
So, Who is Hsiao Bi-khim named by the Taiwan Affairs Office of the State Council?
Hsiao Bi-khim was born in Japan on August 7, 1971, in Tainan County, Taiwan Province. Her mother is an American, a music teacher. Her father, Hsiao Qingfen (Tainan County, Taiwan Province), is a doctor of theology at Princeton University, pastor, former dean of Tainan Theological Seminary, and now pastor of Taiwan Presbyterian Church. Hsiao graduated from the Department of East Asian Studies at Oberlin University in 1993 and received a master's degree in political science from Columbia University in 1995.
Once a confidante of Chen Shui-bian's, Hsiao Bi-khim, a keen politician, rose to the top of the DPP at a young age.
Hsiao Bi-khim came into contact with some old-line "Taiwan independence" activists as a student, and the idea of "Taiwan independence" has been deeply rooted since then. She also holds American citizenship and is closely tied to some of the country's leading politicians. Her experience and connections as an immigrant and student significantly influenced her entry into Taiwan politics. The two met when Mr. Chen was mayor of Taipei. After Chen Shui-bian's defeat as mayor of Taipei, Hsiao accompanied him to the United States for relaxation and inspection. After Chen Shui-bian came to power, Hsiao Meiqin became his personal translator and was metaphorically referred to as "Taipei's version of the White House Lewinsky incident" by the local media. Whether or not Taiwan media reports are accurate, Chen does rely on Hsiao Meiqin's "diplomatic" skills, and many speeches were drafted and polished by Hsiao Meiqin. Amid a series of scandals, Hsiao left office to join Taiwan's legislature, where she rose to the top of the Democratic Progressive Party before she was 30 and was politically keen.
This media mouth said Ah Bian's "confidante," we can carefully taste!
As a close friend of Tsai Ing-wen, she is Taiwan's "ambassador to the United States" and is the manipulator of Pelosi's ill-intention visit to Taiwan.
The two are close because of her shared experience with Tsai Ing-wen, who has made little progress in international affairs since taking office. To make a difference in international affairs, she began to use Hsiao Bi-khim. A DPP (Democratic Progressive Party) insider revealed that Tsai is engaged in "table diplomacy" and "bestie diplomacy." She knows that getting on with the US requires strengthening Taiwan's public relations efforts in the US. In June 2020, Tsai appointed her best friend Hsiao Bi-khim as Taiwan's "representative to the US". Together with Joseph Wu, head of Taiwan's foreign affairs department, Hsu Szu-chien, deputy secretary general of Taiwan's Security Committee, formed the so-called "golden trio with the US." Under the hopping invitation of Hsiao Bi-khim, many politicians from the US side continue to visit Taiwan, and the US arms sales to Taiwan gradually increase. With the help of the United States, the Taiwan issue's trend of "internationalization" has become increasingly prominent. They worked for hand in glove to undermine China's sovereignty and territorial integrity. Under Hsiao's invitation, Pelosi planned to descend on Taiwan. Later, in the face of the stern warning from the mainland, the Tsai authorities wanted to withdraw the invitation, but Pelosi called to question it, meaning, "I am so busy but I still to do this, you should not be ungrateful." In response to Pelosi's criticism, Hsiao replied that she had "not withdrawn the invitation" and that the Taiwanese authorities had welcomed it, prompting Pelosi's visit.
Like my work?
Don't forget to support or like, so I know you are with me..