By: George Liao, Taiwan News, Staff Writer
Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen made a public announcement at the weekend to
ban the “Taiwanese flag” that represents the Republic of China across Cambodia as a gesture to show his strong commitment to the One China policy, while making clear that Taiwanese investment in Cambodia is welcome.
The prime minister told the Cambodian–Chinese Association in a speech on Saturday that the flag should be raised in the country.
“I request to people here: Please don’t raise the Taiwanese flag whenever you are gathering, even at the hotel during Taiwanese national holidays. It is not allowed,” Hun Sen was quoted by the Cambodia Daily as saying. [FULL STORY]