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Joseph Wu (吳釗燮; Wú Zhāoxiè; born 31 October 1954) is a politician in Taiwan (Republic of China). He currently serves as the Secretary-General to the President of the Republic of China since 22 May 2017.
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- Such action (People's Republic of China establishing diplomatic relation with Panama) is not only a blatant threat to the Taiwanese people's right to survive but also a blatant provocation to cross-strait and regional peace and stability. We hereby express our serious condemnation.
- Joseph Wu (2017) cited in "Taiwan denounces China for damaging cross-strait peace" on Focus Taiwan, 13 June 2017
- I think our nationals won't support us if we have to spend a lot of money to establish ties with one or two new allies.
- Joseph Wu (2018) cited in "Taiwan won't try to form diplomatic ties with new allies: FM" on Focus Taiwan, 8 May 2018
- I believe that one day, the people of China will become the masters of their own nation, just like their Taiwanese counterparts have done.
- Joseph Wu (2018) cited in "Allies remain a priority: minister" on Taipei Times, 26 May 2018
- (If) the (mainland) Chinese see the vulnerability of Taiwan, not getting United States support, then they would be thinking about starting scenarios where they would be able to take Taiwan over.
- Joseph Wu (2018) cited in "Taiwan vulnerable to Chinese invasion without US, foreign minister says" on CNN, 23 July 2018
- We (Taiwan) will keep fighting hard against state-level interference, infiltration, disinformation, military threats, international assaults, wumao (Internet users who are paid to support the Mainland Chinese government's propaganda), GTB (office of wumao) lunatics and African swine fever.
- Joseph Wu (2019) cited in "Minister hits back at Chinese mockery of president" on Taipei Times, 1 February 2019
- You can't just go and sign an MOU (memorandum of understanding) with one country, and impose rules on another country.
- Joseph Wu (2019) cited in "Nation protests WHO denigration: Wu" on Taipei Times, 5 March 2019