MAINLAND COMPANY SENDS ZHACAI TO TAIWAN ECONOMIST WHO MOCKED MAINLANDERS AS POOR

A Chinese mainland company has sent a box of zhacai, or pickled vegetables, to the headquarters of a Taiwanese talk show program after a Taiwan economist made an appearance on an episode to mock the idea that mainland residents cannot afford zhacai.

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