Now is the Age of Dictator Failsons in Asia Pacific
The children of dictators often attempt to evoke nostalgia for the good old days.
The KMT Enters the Metaverse…With Chiang Kai-shek NFTs
At a time in which it is debated what should be done with symbols dating from the authoritarian period, the KMT proposes to bring these symbols into the digital age–with a dash of the party’s continual cringeworthy attempts to appeal to young people.
The Kuomintang Does Not Know How to Dance
Elderly politicians bust a move
Terry Gou and the Flying Apsara Chihuahua Happiness Society
I REMEMBER READING about a Google brain simulator, trained on the Internet, that automatically began to recognize cats. It goes without saying, but people sure do like their animal memes.
The KMT Does Not Know How to Wear Pants
Where Taiwanese politics are concerned, pants have sometimes been figured as a symbol of…masculinity. This is not just pan-Blue. Pan-green Taiwanese independence activist Koo Kwang-ming once lashed out at President Tsai Ing-wen, Taiwan’s first female president, by claiming that he could not stomach a skirt-wearing woman leading the ROC military.