|作者 Dr. Yang Hsu-Tung|
The first time the People’s Republic of China gets to have a voice at the United Nations is 1950. It was the early period of CCP’s regime, and its Ministry of Foreign Relations had drafted up a list of individuals to serve as its ambassadors to the UN, to prepare a long-term warfare, and swore to expel Chiang Kai-Shek and company from the UN. The Republic of China’s international standing was truly in peril. If it wasn’t for an old friend - the United States’ strong support, the ROC would be long gone.
(Translated by Leo)