The lack of an ROC flag on the president’s military uniform spurred internet theories. Spoiler alert: they were wrong

The China Post
Date: August 12, 2017
By: The China Post

TAIPEI, Taiwan — A video released by Ministry of Nation Defense showing President

(Screengrab via UDN)

Tsai wearing a military uniform without a national flag patch has set tongues wagging — many in fury.

The missing embroidery seemed particularly strange considering that it was present on the uniforms of Defense Minister Feng Shih-kuan and National Security Council Secretary-General Yen Teh-fa, both of whom appear with Tsai in the clip.

Making the contrast even more conspicuous was the absence of the flag from the uniform of Tsai’s secretary-general, Joseph Wu.

Speculation intensified after a post about the uniforms was made to a military news Facebook page frequented by military, former military and deep-blue users.
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