Taiwanese president calls Clinton ‘Mrs.,’ not ‘Secretary’

Posted: 2009/06/10 in 新聞與政治

這樣的新聞會被炒作起來也是有原因的

有時候政治人物的一舉一動都是千隻眼萬隻眼的注視下來審核

若是用非正式場合來稱呼對方Mrs.來說似乎也行

不過整體來說用國務親卿來說似乎還是比較正式也不容易出錯

這次的事件也正好告訴台灣執政者

可以多多接觸海外會議或場合

以避免這樣的問題再次發生

Taiwanese president calls Clinton ‘Mrs.,’ not ‘Secretary’

Tue, 06/02/2009 – 3:00pm

Hillary Clinton Ma Ying-jeou, June 1, 2009Yesterday at a state banquet hosted by outgoing Salvadoran President Elías Antonio Saca, Secretary Clinton and Taiwanese President Ma Ying-jeou had a rare informal chat when they shared a table and Clinton made the first move in greeting him and shaking hands.

The United States and Taiwan have not had formal relations since the United States severed diplomatic ties
in 1979 in order to normalize relations with the People’s Republic of
China. Perhaps in keeping with the absence of formal ties, the
Taiwanese president addressed Secretary Clinton as "Mrs. Clinton" while introducing himself as "the president of Taiwan."

Later, Ma told Taiwanese media that the informal chat was typical of "courtesy encounters" that occur at diplomatic functions.

Photo: Thumbnail from Central News Agency-Taiwan

References
http://hillary.foreignpolicy.com/posts/2009/06/02/taiwanese_president_calls_clinton_mrs_not_secretary

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