Article from the Daily Wire by Hank Berrien.
On Monday, the U.S. clothing brand Gap became the latest business to bow to China for offending the Chinese government by not acknowledging China’s territorial claims. As CNN Money reported, a Gap store in Canada was selling a T-shirt with a map of China on it that precipitated the Chinese government’s outrage. Why?
Because it didn’t show Taiwan and islands claimed by Beijing in the South China Sea as part of China.
As CNN Money reported, “A user on Chinese social network Weibo (WB) posted photos of a T-shirt they said was on sale at a Gap store in Canada, complaining that its design left out Taiwan and islands claimed by Beijing in the South China Sea.”
China claims Taiwan as its own, a position that the United States is staunchly opposed to. China also claims sovereignty over a huge part of the South China Sea; that position is hotly contested by Vietnam and the Philippines.
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