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Cease your editing of Taipei to say it might be confused with Beijing and the unnecessary changes of "Republic of China" and "Taiwan" to "Republic of China (Taiwan)", and similar forms.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 23:37, 16 August 2014 (UTC)

To Ryulong, please refrain from putting communist Chinese propaganda on the article. Taiwan is not, has never been, and in the future never will be a part of the communist People's Republic of China (PRC). The facts remain that Taiwan is officially referred to as the Republic of China (Taiwan), for confirmation please see the Office of the President, Republic of China (Taiwan) here at:
For additional confirmation that the official title of Taiwan is Republic of China (Taiwan) please take a look at this photo of the national Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) in the African country of Swaziland, please feel free to zoom in on the picture here at:
Thanks! (talk) 23:45, 16 August 2014 (UTC)
This is not "communist Chinese propaganda". The English Wikipedia decided to simplify referring to the modern Republic of China by referring to it as just "Taiwan" and nothing else. Your edits to make these "corrections" are unwelcome, particularly your constant additions of the flags of the PRC and ROC to the main text of these articles and your other insistencies on terminology like your insistence that the ROC be identified as a "democratic industrialized island country" or the fact you labeled Sun Yat-sen as "first president of the Republic of China (Taiwan)" when he was president when the pre-Chinese Civil War Republic of China which governed what is now both the PRC and ROC. When in doubt, keep it simple. Do not replace instances of "Republic of China" or "Taiwan" to "Republic of China (Taiwan)" or "China" when referring to the PRC as "People's Republic of China (PRC)". The English Wikipedia does not welcome edits that constitute nationalism as it is seen as bringing an off-site conflict (in your case the relations between the PRC and ROC) onto a neutrally written website.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 00:48, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
In addition, you do not need to spend any number of sentences regarding either China in the introductory paragraphs of Holy See. It is not relevant to the whole of the article that it has diplomatic relations with the ROC and not the PRC and you do not need to call it a "[[democratic]] [[developed country|industrialized]] [[country|island nation]]" or punctuating each instance of the nations' names with their flags. Cease making these edits. Wikipedia does not need your ROC nationalism mucking about.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 00:59, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
Holy See already mentions it has relations with Taiwan. Stop making these distinctions. Stop with your nationalistic edits. Stop referring to the edits of a white Jew living in Japan as communist Chinese propaganda or a PRC POV when you have an ROC POV.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 01:07, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
And Taiwan is not officially the "Republic of China (Taiwan)". Just because every ROC government office has to add "Taiwan" to their websites does not mean anything regarding an official name. Stop this vandalism and nationalism.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 01:11, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
To Ryulong, if you are not trying to plaster these articles with communist Chinese propaganda, then please prove it by refraining from posting pro-communist China propaganda on these pages to confuse the general public. The fact remains that the Republic of China (Taiwan) is the official title of the country of Taiwan and that the Template:Flagion Republic of China (Taiwan) and the China People's Republic of China (PRC) are two separate independent sovereign countries. And it is just very childish and immature for you to try and confuse the public by posting communist Chinese semantics and propaganda here. Just let the governments of these two countries resolve their differences on their own through a majority referendum vote on Taiwan and let them settle this conflict peacefully. Don't bring your communist Chinese war here to Wikipedia, which is supposed to be academically accurate and based on facts, NOT communist Chinese propaganda!!
And Republic of China (Taiwan) is indeed the official title, disregarding your pro-PRC communist Chinese proganda! Please confirm here at the website of the Embassy of the Republic of China (Taiwan) to the Holy See here:
Thanks! (talk) 01:15, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
You are the one plastering these pages with unnecessary additions to afirm your insistence that the nation on the island of Taiwan is called the "Republic of China (Taiwan)". And your additions to Holy See are not necessary and in the wrong place. There is already a mention on the article that they have a mission with the ROC. And you do not need to define it as a "democratic industrialized island nation" or the PRC as the "mainland communist nation". Saying "ROC" is the official title and Wikipedia need only use "Taiwan" or "ROC" and never both at the same time cannot be "pro-PRC communist Chinese propaganda". The PRC does not want the ROC to exist and it's not my fault that the world at large recognizes that and does not want to piss off the PRC by acknowledging the Taiwanese government's stance that they are independent from the PRC. And there is no need to put the flag of each nation before the name of each nation (particularly in the hamfisted way you're doing it). Stop your edits. They are harming the articles more than helping them. And I can't be nationalist for a country I have never lived in, visited, or have any genetic history in. This declaration of yours is proof that you are not here to edit constructively and only exist to push ROC nationalism.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 01:20, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
Sun Yat-Sen was indeed the first president of the Republic of China (Taiwan), he was not the president of the People's Republic of China (PRC), for that honor belongs to Chairman Mao Tse-Tung who was technically the first "president" or Chairman of the People's Republic of China. Although it is true that Sun Yat-Sen is respected in communist China because of the fact he overthrew the Qing dynasty. But he was not the president of the PRC!
The country of the Republic of China (Taiwan) is officially recognized by over 21 United Nations member countries around the world and unofficially recognized by the United States, Canada, Great Britain and the European Union as well as various African countries such as Nigeria and South Africa. The fact that the ROC (Taiwan) maintains de-facto embassies in those countries is a testament to this fact!
We are simply stating the historical facts, which apparently annoys communist Chinese editors, but Wikipedia is not about what communist individuals want, it is about the real facts and truth behind the articles, don't put fake or altered information here to confuse the public into thinking that Taiwan is a part of the People's Republic of China because it is not and in it's entire 103 year history the Republic of China (Taiwan) has never been a part of the People's Republic of China (PRC). It must be mentioned that the only nationalism is coming from you, Ryulong and your communist Chinese People's Republic of China propaganda which you are trying to paste all over these Taiwan pages to make people think that Taiwan is a so-called "territory" of the People's Republic of China when in fact it is a separate country. The historical facts remain true that the Republic of China (Taiwan ) has been a free independent sovereign country since they replaced the Qing dynasty of China over 103 years ago. It was the People's Republic of China (PRC) which seceded from the Republic of China (Taiwan) during the Chinese Civil War. This year marks the 103 anniversary of the continued existence of the Republic of China (Taiwan) as an independent sovereign country. That's a fact! Thanks! (talk) 01:29, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
No. Sun Yat-sen was president of the provisional Republic of China which controlled both mainland China and Taiwan before the KMT was forced by the CPC to retreat to Taiwan. And I am an American citizen of eastern European heritage living in Japan. How the hell am I a "communist Chinese editor"? The nation that governs the islands of Taiwan, Penghu, Kinmen, the Matsus, Wuqiu, etc. is called the "Republic of China" officially and "Taiwan" informally as far as the English Wikipedia is concerned, not "Republic of China (Taiwan)" as you insist because of how their signage is set up in English, because that terminology never shows up in the English translation of the ROC constitution. Stop this disruption. You are clearly here to push a nationalist agenda and that is not welcome on Wikipedia, no matter how many times you cry Maoist wolf. None of the pages on the English Wikipedia insinuate that Taiwan is a territory of the PRC like you claim they do.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 01:36, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
Please don't spin my words, this is not FOX news, the country which Sun Yat Sen was president was called Republic of China (ROC) which is the same exact country that exists in Taiwan now only because the People's Republic of China, aka the communist Chinese fought against them during the Chinese Civil War and pushed the Republic of China out of the mainland. But the fact remains that Sun Yat sen was president of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and this year is the 103rd year of the continued existence of the free democratic independent country of the Republic of China (Taiwan). Besides why do you support communist China so much when all the communist Chinese have done is destroy ancient Chinese culture during the Cultural Revolution, kill university students during the Tianneman Square Massacre, and causing the deaths of over 100 million Chinese civilians during Mao Tse-Tungs cultural revolution and Great Leap Forward programs which were massive human rights failures. Did all Germans support Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany?? My communist Chinese friend, please think clearly and try to support a country that does good for it's people and not destruction! (talk) 01:46, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
He was never president of "ROC (Taiwan)". He was president of the ROC which now only governs Taiwan. And I am a white American Jew, not Chinese you moron. Stop painting me as your idealogical enemy.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 01:49, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
Taiwan is the Republic of China now, the mainland is controlled by the People's Republic of China, the Republic of China (Taiwan) lost control of the mainland hence the emphasis on Taiwan now, which is the last remaining territory of Republic of China (Taiwan) for your lack of informed knowledge. If you are a Jew, you should've been more educated to know that, but of course you are not. You just some communist Chinese hacker at the Shanghai army unit. If you are white Jew, then please stop posting false information on this page. Because every edit you have done smells of rotten communist Chinese propaganda. But you are probably not a "white American Jew," you are a communist Chinese propaganda specialist working at the Shanghai Army unit trying to spread false pro-communist Chinese information to the world. Please stop pretending to be white when you are so passionately editing in support of communist China. Stop the communist propaganda, and I have reported you for your personal insult! (talk) 02:00, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
I am an American Jew living in Japan. None of this other bullshit. Being a Jew has no bearing on my knowledge of the history of China and Taiwan. And I have not been denying the fact that the ROC is independent from the PRC. I have been telling you that Wikipedia does not use "Republic of China (Taiwan)" to refer to this entity. It uses "Republic of China" formally and "Taiwan" informally but not both at the same time as what you are insisting. I have over 200 thousand edits on this website that go well beyond reverting your nationalistic disruption to make sure that the readers of the article on Taipei know that Taiwan is called "Republic of China (Taiwan)" and that it is a "democratic industrialized island nation". And the article on the Holy See already mentions its diplomatic relations with the ROC. Stop pushing this nationalistic point of view.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 02:05, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
For the last time, I am not insisting that the ROC is not independent from the PRC. Your edits to Taipei, Holy See, and Foreign relations of Taiwan, as well as the ones you made concerning Koxinga last month are not helping anything. You are here to push a point of view that advocates for the Republic of China when it is not needed on these pages. That is not allowed.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 02:11, 17 August 2014 (UTC)


Deception and trickery does not serve you well, no white Jews would be so passionate about Taiwan. You are for sure 100% confirmed a Chinese hacker who specializes in spreading misinformation and proganda to the West and the USA. You are the vandal who is NOT helping anything! And your Shanghai Army Hacker unit in communist China cannot change the truth the educated scholars of the world understand. Please stop your communist propaganda! (talk) 02:15, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
I'm passionate for this project. And reverting your ROC nationalism is not PRC propaganda. It's called retaining the neutrality of this website. Wikipedia does not use "Republic of China (Taiwan)" to refer to the ROC. The article on the Holy See already mentions its diplomatic mission with the ROC. It does not help Wikipedia to be insistent that the ROC be called a "democratic industrialized island nation" with links to relevant and irrelevant articles. I've given you the opportunity to explain yourself. All you've done is be nationalist.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 02:19, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
That's funny coming from you! The facts are that the Republic of China (Taiwan) IS an industrialized developed country, they manufacture the majority of all the computers, electronics and Apple Iphones and Ipads in our world. And they are a democratic country with free presidential elections every four years unlike communist People's Republic of China. Comrade Ryulong, How much is your Shanghai Army Unit paying you to spread false information?? (talk) 02:22, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
I'm not denying that Taiwan isn't industrialized, developed, democratic, or independent from China. I'm telling you it's not necessary to post that information regarding the nation on the article on its national capital or its diplomatic missions because the article on the country clearly states everything you are saying. And stop crying "oppression" and "communist swine" already.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 02:24, 17 August 2014 (UTC)

Your pro-communist Chinese actions speak louder than words, so stop posting pro-communist propaganda here! Your Shanghai Army Unit cannot influence how we Americans think! This is the United States of America, the world superpower! Live with it Bro! (talk) 02:31, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
It is clear that you are incompetent considering that despite every time I've told you that I agree that the ROC has sovereignty, but your edits are bad, you continue to fall back on your argument that I somehow disagree with this fact. I will no longer be conversing with you in this iteration or any future iterations when this IP is inevitably blocked from accessing this website.—Ryūlóng (琉竜) 02:33, 17 August 2014 (UTC)
Why would you waste so much effort arguing with him. How many clues did he leave you that we wasn't interested in a reasoned and logical discourse about the facts? - Metal lunchbox (talk) 10:24, 17 August 2014 (UTC)