Taiwanese President Tsei Ing Wen’s strong love for Indian culture is once again reflected in the deepening friendship between Indo-Taiwanese people. The President of Taiwan tweeted on Thursday that Indian food and tea are very much liked. Wen said that she often goes to Indian restaurants eating chana masala and naan.
Taiwanese President Tsei tweeted, “Taiwan is lucky to have many Indian restaurants here and the Taiwanese people love them.” I myself always go to eat chana masala and naan while tea always reminds me of my India travel days and the vibrant, diverse and colorful country. What is your favorite dish? ‘ A large number of people are liking and retweeting this tweet by the President of Taiwan.
Let us know that amidst the ongoing tension from China, the Indian public is seen strongly supporting Taiwan. Recently, a large number of Indians sent greeting messages on Taiwan’s National Day. In response, Taiwan’s President Tsai In Weng thanked the Indian people. He praised the people of India, Indian culture and Indian architecture.
Taiwanese President tweeted picture of Taj Mahal
Tsai in Weng tweeted a picture of his Taj Mahal tour and wrote, “Hello my friends from India, thank you for following me here (on Twitter).” Your greeting messages remind me of memorable moments spent in your incredible country. Your Vastu wonders, vibrant culture and kind people are truly unforgettable. I miss my time so much.
The Taiwanese President thanked the Indian people in response to the greeting messages sent to Taiwan from India on its national day. He tweeted that he thanked all the people of India for the good luck message. We can be proud of protecting our shared values like freedom and human rights and protecting our democratic life. Hello.
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