This year, due to a sudden new crown epidemic, which disrupted the "international order" that the world was accustomed to, countries were almost forced to choose sides between China and the United States, and the tension reached its peak during the US presidential election. Many media in Taiwan seem to I prefer to zoom in on how many countries have a hostile attitude towards China these days. But the paradox is that, even with the efforts of Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Taiwan's representative office in India, where I am currently in Indonesia, by vigorously sharing Taiwan's impressive experience in epidemic prevention this time, the local media's attention to Taiwan has been greatly increased.
Appreciation, even though the similarities and differences between Taiwan and China have been clearly formed, the local society does not photo background removing have the feeling that "you can't have both." That is to say, respecting Taiwan does not mean being hostile to China. China regards it as an object of respect, and believes that such a big country can "appropriately control" the epidemic and rapidly develop an "affordable and effective vaccine", which makes it difficult for Indonesia, which is still the most severe epidemic in Southeast Asia, to match. A few weeks ago, Luhut Pandjaitan, the most powerful "coordinator" in the Indonesian cabinet, visited Beijing to discuss cooperation between Indonesia and China on vaccines. China promises to assist Indonesia in making it a vaccine production center in Southeast Asia.
In contrast, Indonesia, which is severely affected by the epidemic, will of course provide more clinical trialists during the vaccine trial process to fill up those in China who may suffer from lack of confidence. Insufficient gap, both countries take what they need. shutterstock_1796555308 Photo Credit: Shutterstock / Dazhi Images But another, more unexpected deal, a trade and investment pact agreed by the two countries, will be traded directly in rupiah and renminbi instead of the US dollar. Imagine that the world's largest and fourth most populous countries do not follow the "international practice" to trade in US dollars, but develop a cust