On sensitive U.S. stopover, Taiwan leader connects to Twitter

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen, cutting a cautious strategic way on her stopovers in the United States, went by the base camp of smaller scale informing administration Twitter Inc (TWTR.N) on Saturday and reactivated an old record.

“Had an awesome visit to @Twitter HQ today. Much thanks to you to @vijaya and group for indicating us around!” read her first tweet from her old record in more than two years. Beforehand she tweeted in Chinese.

There was clashing data before about whether she was opening another English record or restoring the old one.

A source at the meeting said Tsai met with Twitter General Counsel Vijaya Gadde and that CEO and fellow benefactor Jack Dorsey was not present.

Photos of the visit posted online demonstrated the president reactivating her nearness on the informing administration and posturing before the popular photograph that slammed Twitter – 2014 Oscars have Ellen DeGeneres’ “selfie” with top Hollywood VIPs.

Tsai was coming back from seven days in length visit to Central America. In any case, it was her stopovers in the United States that raised more enthusiasm after President-elect Donald Trump said a month ago he would rethink the long-standing “one China” approach, whereby the United States recognizes the Chinese position that there is just a single China and that Taiwan is a piece of China.

He emphasized that probability in a meeting with the Wall Street Journal on Friday, seven days before his introduction. China reacted that the “one China” standard was the non-debatable political reason for China-U.S. relations.

Trump accepted a complimentary call from Tsai after his Nov. 8 triumph, starting shock from China, which trusts the Taiwanese pioneer needs to look for formal autonomy from the territory.

Tsai made a stopover in Houston on Jan. 7 and 8 preceding making a beeline for Central America and arrived Friday night in San Francisco on her way back home. She didn’t seem to have met with any agents of the Trump group amid her short U.S. remains. In any case, in Houston last Sunday, she met with Republican U.S. Representative Ted Cruz and Texas Governor Greg Abbott and started more anger in Beijing.

China had asked the United States not to permit Tsai to enter or have formal government gatherings under the one China arrangement.

Cruz was pointed in his feedback of the Chinese, saying they expected to “comprehend that in America we settle on choices about meeting with guests for ourselves.”

Beijing sees self as overseeing Taiwan a rebel area ineligible for state-to-state relations. The subject is a touchy one for China.

More than a hundred people were assembled outside the Hyatt Regency close San Francisco International Airport, some to challenge and some to bolster the president.

Tsai twisted up her outing with a lunch for 800 individuals from the Taiwanese people group before her booked takeoff for Taiwan toward the evening.

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