Diplomatic etiquette, both Taiwan and Japan may be right, but from the perspective of the overall interests of the country, "condolences" and future "state funerals", in addition to representing Taiwanese to attend and greet the Japanese side, there are phone database also Any other more legitimate name? The four characters of "Taiwan-Japan Friendship" are exclusive to Taiwanese officials, shared by the private sector, or private club members. The Japanese side is also paying attention. Abe's 927 state funeral is a good starting point. Figuring out what positive benefits it can bring to
Is there a personal identity in a diplomatic setting? The Vice President of the Republic of China paid tribute to Abe in Japan. If a "private" identity or other avatar could be opened, would this be a good precedent? The identity of "family relatives and friends" emphasized by the Japanese side at the home memorial is to say that China listens. This is of course understandable and should be considered, but we should also think about the special plane the Vice President took and the people accompanying him. His public words and deeds (with or without public talk), is there any room for "private"?