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Wang Weixing The article was widely criticised, and later removed from the International Herald Leader’s website, and other mainland news portals.
Chen Weixing Chen found it difficult to be selected in China's competitive national team. He made it to the top 15 but the opportunity to play at world class level was limited. Therefore, he decided to venture to Europe, first to Hungary, then Germany then Austria. Chen is considered to be one of the best defensive players in the world, reaching his personal best ranking of World number 9 in 2006.
Wang Weixing Wang's article was published on Tuesday 24 May 2016, in the "International Herald Leader", a newspaper affiliated with the state news agency "Xinhua". He wrote that Tsai was "extreme" in her politics, being an unmarried woman lacking the "emotional balance provided by romantic and family life". He also claimed that Tsai was likely to "hold radical views that could encourage her to seek formal independence from China because she was unmarried and had no children". Wang expressed the view that China's policy regarding Taiwan should be "framed according to these concerns".
Wang Weixing Wang Weixing (王衛星) is a senior scholar for the People's Liberation Army (PLA) in China, and a board member of the Association for Relations Across the Taiwan Strait (ARATS). Wang attracted worldwide attention for an article he wrote criticising the newly elected President of Taiwan, Dr. Tsai Ing-wen, whom he described as being "extreme" and "emotional" as a result of her unmarried status.
Wang Weixing Wang holds the rank of Major General in the PLA, and has previously written that building political trust is the key for relations between Taiwan and mainland China. Tsai was sworn in as Taiwan's first female president on 20 May 2016, and has been criticised by officials in China for refusing to explicitly endorse the so-called "one-China" principle.