Zhao Jieyou, the son of Zhao Yingguang, the former job function email list convener of the DPP's Taipei City Party Department, was involved in drugs, and Huang Chengguo, a "British general" who was a national policy adviser at the time, was controversial because of his underworld background, which made the inner-party struggle appear in the spotlight. forward. The British faction was injured, and the "Shanghai faction" did not benefit. The teapot storm in Taipei City was finally taken advantage of by the new faction. Handover of the Chairman of the Taipei City Party Department of the Democratic Progressive Party (2) Photo Credit: WebMD In 2018, the chairman of the Taipei City Party Department of the DPP was handed over. On the left is Huang Chengguo, a former national policy adviser.
In addition, the domestic violence case of Gao Jiayu, the legislator of the "Goddess of Hong Kong and Lake" at the end of 2021, accidentally involved Lin Bingshu and the new trend. According to media reports, Lin Bingshu called Duan Yikang the "boss" and hoped that Duan would assist in handling media reports; , enjoy the delicious Taiwanese stir-fry, all of them tell the relationship between Lin and the new department. If it weren't for the domestic violence case, Lin Bingshu would probably still be hiding under the table and continue to wander among the new departments. To sum up the above,
looking back on August 26, 2019, Taipei Mayor Ko Wenzhe accepted an exclusive interview with the "United Daily News". No wonder he said unabashedly that he once thought that Tsai Ing-wen had a chance to restart Taiwan, "As a result, she couldn't get rid of it at all. new trend". The new trend of "big", there is also a north-south dispute inside The new trend is originally "monolithic." Perhaps history confuses people. The "Ninghan split" that happened to the Kuomintang also happened to the new trend. Looking back on that year, in 2000, former President Chen Shui-bian led the DPP to advance to the central government for the first time, defeating Lien Chan of the Kuomintang and James Soong of the People's First Party. Although Chen Shui-bian instantly became the co-owner of the Green Camp, once the faction became large and the number of people increased, it was inevitable to divide the faction, and the internal