Want China Times
Tsai Ing-wen, the presidential candidate of Taiwan’s main opposition Democratic Progressive
Party and the party’s chair, said Tuesday that she may attend the year’s National Day celebrations.
Tsai, who has not attended the Double Ten National Day celebrations during President Ma Ying-jeou’s seven years in office, said she has received an invitation from Wang Jin-pyng, legislative speaker and head of the preparatory committee for the Double Ten celebrations, to attend the event.
She said that she has checked her schedule for October, and believes “some of the itinerary could be adjusted.”
“The goal is still to have the opportunity to attend this year’s National Day celebrations,” she said. [FULL STORY]