Reporter Liu Yixuan/Taipei Report According to foreign media, a high school in the United States once applied to the United Nations to participate in the UN Commission on the Status of Women, but unexpectedly received the Commission’s accusation that an article on the school’s website used “incorrect nouns” to refer to Taiwan, and even suggested that the place be changed to “Taiwan Province of China”. “(Taiwan Province of China). In this regard, Foreign Ministry spokesperson Ou Jiang’an said that China, through its improper influence in the United Nations, has comprehensively suppressed Taiwan and its friends. The evil acts are repulsive and contemptuous, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has severely condemned it. ?Ou Jiang’an said that through its improper influence in the United Nations, China has comprehensively suppressed Taiwan and its friends. The bad behavior is disgusting and contemptuous. The Wall Street Journal reported on the 10th that Regis Jesuit High School in Colorado had previously applied to join the UN Commission on the Status of Women to let students understand foreign affairs. Unexpectedly, at the committee meeting in May this year, China asked Switzerland to Guise Jesuit High School changed the terminology related to Taiwan. The committee sent an e-mail for this, claiming that an article on the school’s website used “incorrect nouns” to refer to Taiwan, and suggested that the place be changed to “Taiwan Province of China” (Taiwan Province of China). The report mentioned that the UN Committee on NGOs (UN Committee on NGOs) is responsible for authorizing large and small groups to participate in UN activities. Some experts pointed out that China will go through their websites for each group that submits an application to find out if there is any Mention the clues of Taiwan. If the wording is not in line with China’s will, it will request the application group to amend it through the board of directors. In this regard, Ou Jiangan stated that China abused its power as a member of the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) “NGO Committee”, improperly implementing the “One China Principle” of its one-sided claim, and required NGOs when reviewing applications. It is necessary to modify the name of my country as “Taiwan, Province of China” (Taiwan, Province of China),” and falsely claim that this is in compliance with the United Nations regulations. Ou Jiang’an said that under the pressure of the Chinese government, the United Nations Secretariat and related agencies have long-term improper cooperation to prevent Chinese people from participating in related activities of the United Nations system. Chinese personnel have also suppressed representatives of other countries’ NGOs who are friendly to our country. Even American high school students participating in United Nations activities are subject to unreasonable scrutiny by Chinese personnel and the United Nations. With its improper influence in the United Nations, China has comprehensively suppressed Taiwan and its friends. The bad behavior is offensive and contemptuous, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs has severely condemned it. ?To apply for participation in the UN Commission on the Status of Women so that students can learn about foreign affairs (Photo/Retrieved from the official website of Regis Jesuit High School in Colorado) Since 2007, senior Chinese diplomats have held the post of UN Deputy Secretary-General in charge of economic and social affairs. Whenever Taiwan issues are involved, Chinese personnel will use the “One China Principle” to pressure international NGOs, and demand that they must be short-term in “United Nations terms”. Chinese officials also threatened NGO representatives not to criticize the Chinese government on issues such as democracy, freedom, human rights, religion, and the rule of law, or they would reject their applications. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs is seriously concerned about China’s improper suppression of NGOs from various countries. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs pointed out that in case of improperly addressing our country’s name, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs instructs the embassies in foreign countries to contact relevant organizations to request corrections in order to defend our country’s name and national dignity. China’s improper abuse of power in the United Nations to suppress NGOs has also gradually aroused the concern of democratic countries and the international community. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs urges governments and NGOs to face up to the improper intervention of the Chinese government. China’s actions not only violate the universal values of democracy, freedom, and human rights emphasized by the United Nations, but also undermine the rights and interests of citizen groups to participate in the United Nations. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs sincerely calls on countries with similar ideas to unite and strengthen cooperation, and urge the United Nations to no longer succumb to China’s political pressure and unreasonable demands. The Chinese government is expanding the erasure of “Taiwan” in international organizations and claiming that “Taiwan” constitutes a serious provocation to China. This is the Chinese government’s conspiracy to annex Taiwan internationally and legally. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reiterated that Taiwan is Taiwan and is not under the jurisdiction of the government of the People’s Republic of China; Taiwan is already an internationally recognized democratic country, and only Taiwan’s democratically elected government has the right to represent Taiwan’s 23.5 million people internationally. Any attempt by the Chinese government to erase “Taiwan” is a provocation to the people of Taiwan and the culprit of the hostility among the people on both sides of the strait.