2012, and the first DPP-legislative job function email list president after the DPP took full power for the first time. The DPP fought against the new trend in the nomination of the Pingtung County legislator, and even resigned as secretary-general of the Presidential Office because of the corruption of the concubine legislator Su Zhenqing. Su Jiaquan Attends President Tsai's Re-election Thanksgiving Dinner Photo Credit: WebMD On the other hand, although Huang Chengguo recommended Wu Yinong, a newcomer from the British department, to be the chairman of the Taipei City Party Department, and made great contributions to the British department in keeping this important position,
but because of the Zhao Jieyou incident, the scandal of the Taipei City Party Department's underworld joining the party was involved, except for Wu Yinong, who had no face. Guang, together with Huang Chengguo's black history that he had been disciplined in the past because of the Qing project, was also made public, causing him to resign from the position of national policy advisor. Even though Su Jiaquan and Huang Chengguo can still offer advice behind the scenes for the British, but in view of social perceptions, it is extremely difficult for the British to push them to the front in the future. Turn: An atypical government official, teaming up with Sunflower to dominate the propaganda war for generations It is often said that the current election campaign requires "
land and air advance". In addition to the organization and manipulation of the land warfare, the propaganda volume of the air combat is also the key to the success or failure of the election. The young generation recruited by the British after the Sunflower Student Movement is the British Raiders who can win in air battles. In 2014, a group of student associations occupied the Legislative Yuan because they opposed the Legislative Yuan's attempt to pass the cross-strait service trade agreement. At that time, public opinion was inclined to sympathize with the students who led the student movement, which also severely damaged the support rate of the Malaysian government, but also contributed to Tsai Ing-wen's re-election in 2016.