Taiwan President confesses her love for Indian food, read what she loves to eat

India is not only big in terms of population but also in terms of diversity and cultural heritage. India gained Independence from the British rule back in the year 1947. Talking about the details of our national flag that has four colours namely- Saffron, White, Green and Navy blue. Each colour signifies a particular message.

India is a country located in South Asia. It is the second-most populous nation which is the seventh-largest country by area, and the most populous democracy in the world. In fact, it is a land of mystery and known for incredible history.

Navy blue wheel with 24 spokes is Dharma Chakra while the saffron colour stands for courage, sacrifice and the spirit of renunciation. The white colour signifies purity and truth whereas the green stripe stands for faith and fertility.

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen tweeted a message adding that the nation was “lucky to be home to many Indian restaurants & Taiwanese people love them.”

She also disclosed her own favourite dishes and the beverage that she loves when she comes to India.

President Ing-wen disclosed that she always prioritises chana masala and naan when it comes to eating Indian food.

“I always go for chana masala and naan, while #chai always takes me back to my travels in #India, and memories of a vibrant, diverse & colourful country,” she tweeted while posting an image of thaali with a cup of tea next to it.

Quite interestingly, this is the second time this week that President of the Republic of China (Taiwan) tweeted about India. Two days ago, she had shared a few images from her trip to the Taj Mahal in Agra, Uttar Pradesh, while also greeting people of India for following her on social media.

“Namaste to our friends from India,” she wrote. “Your warm regards remind me of fond memories from time spent in your incredible country, your architectural marvels, vibrant culture & kind people are truly unforgettable. I miss my time there dearly.”

Earlier, Taiwan government made several friendship gestures towards India amid escalating tensions with China. Earlier, this month Taiwan’s foreign minister Joseph Wu launched a scathing attack on the Chinese mission after it asked the Indian media to follow “One-China” policy.

A tweet by Taiwanese foreign ministry, said, “India is the largest democracy on Earth with a vibrant press & freedom-loving people. But it looks like Communist China hoping to march into the subcontinent by imposing censorship.”

“Taiwan’s Indian friends will have one reply: GET LOST! JW”, it added.