[轉錄] 阿北上外交家雜誌啦!

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1.轉錄網址︰ https://reurl.cc/EnvxG0 2.轉錄來源︰ The Diplomat 3.轉錄內容︰ 整段翻好累 我翻關鍵段就好惹 自己往下滑 感謝谷歌翻譯大神 During the pandemic, Taiwan went about business as usual. Schools were open, con certs were playing, theaters were packed. Restaurants were bustling, the economy was booming, and expatriates and overseas Taiwanese flooded into the island. Ta iwan was among a group of fortunate countries, including Australia, New Zealand, Vietnam, and Singapore, whose citizens went about business as usual as tight bo rders, strict quarantine rules, and excellent contract tracing kept the virus at bay. That enviable routine came to an end in mid-May 2021 when an outbreak of COVID-1 9 transmission upended everyday life. Yet, COVID-19 cases have fallen significan tly in recent days. New cases per day have fallen from 535 on May 17 to an avera ge of fewer than 20 in the past seven days. On July 26, Taiwan reported a new lo w of 10 cases of community transmission. How did Taiwan suppress this wave of COVID-19 transmission, even as Australia, V ietnam, and Singapore are struggling with an uptick of the virus? First, Taiwan doubled down on longstanding strategies of masking, quarantine mea sures, and contact tracing. Long before this wave, as early as April 2020, Taiwa n had already instituted mask mandates on public transportation. The government extended the mask mandate to everybody on the island and required its citizens t o wear a mask outside their home. Moreover, Taiwan extended its quarantine facilities for those entering the count ry from abroad to domestic COVID-19 patients. Many local governments began provi ding options for anyone testing positive to quarantine in a government-provided hotel or facility. The provision of quarantine facilities significantly reduced transmission of the virus within the family, thus reducing the number of cases i n the community. Democratic Taiwan, in its attempt to maintain civil liberties, eschewed the more invasive phone-based surveillance technology used by countries in the region. I nstead, contact tracers leveraged the records of Taiwanese businesses who encour aged their patrons to leave their contacts either by writing them down on a piec e of paper or scanning a business-provided QR code from an app from their phones . While these records were imperfect, they still managed to reduce transmission rates in conjunction with universal masking and enhanced quarantine measures whi le maintaining a high level of civil liberties. Second, the Taiwanese government was willing to listen to critics and change its policies in fighting the pandemic. Taiwan emphasizes surface and droplet-based transmission of COVID-19 over the global consensus that the virus could be trans mitted through aerosols in poorly ventilated indoor spaces. Taiwanese authoritie s were reluctant to ban indoor dining in the early days of the outbreak, as they felt that measures such as social distancing and plexiglass installation would prevent transmission. However, after growing intervention from its diaspora and local expatriates who urged the government to restrict indoor activities, many l ocal governments eventually banned indoor dining and restricting indoor activiti es. Incidentally, the mayor of the southern port city of Kaohsiung led the way i n limiting indoor dining. His early move became critical in preventing any sprea d of the virus in Kaohsiung from Taipei and New Taipei City, which had substanti al community transmission. Some local governments have continued to ban indoor d ining partly for fear of criticism from voters, even though such a ban was lifte d recently by the central government as cases fell. Finally, the ruling DPP gove rnment supported the high-profile purchase of BioNTech vaccines from Germany via a mainland Chinese company by a former presidential hopeful in the rival Chines e Nationalist Party (KMT) after segments of the Taiwanese population expressed i nterest in obtaining those vaccines. Third, the Taiwanese people actively sought accountability from politicians in f ighting the pandemic. Fighting diseases became a marker for good governance in T aiwan’s modern history, beginning from the colonial period, where Japanese medi cal officers sought to eradicate infectious diseases to benefit the colonizers, to the more recent period, where Taiwanese health experts criticized politicians for being too slow and unprepared in dealing with the outbreak of the SARS viru s in 2003. In today’s context, the mayor of Taiwan, Ko Wen-je, has been chastised by media personalities, politicians, and voters for his relatively poor performance in f ighting the outbreak. They criticized Ko for not taking contact tracing and test ing seriously enough to contain localized outbreaks at markets, for failing to e stablish a proper vaccine distribution system, and pushing the blame for the per sistent community transmission on the ground to anyone but himself. Elected as a populist, the physician-turned-mayor saw his approval numbers for pandemic cont rol falling almost 7 percentage points from June to July 2021, the most signific ant fall among all mayors. Ongoing criticism has spurred Ko to accept the help o f medical experts from the CDC reluctantly. They have sought to improve anti-pan demic efforts on the ground with the assistance of the vice mayor of Taipei. 在今天的背景下,台灣市長柯文哲因抗擊疫情表現相對不佳而受到媒體人士、政界人士和選 民的批評。 他們批評沒有足夠認真地進行接觸者追踪和檢測以控制市場上的局部爆發, 未能建立適當的疫苗分發系統,並將持續社區傳播的責任推給除他之外的任何人。 當選為 民粹主義者後,這位醫生出身的市長看到他的大流行控制支持率從 6 月到 2021 年 7 月下 降了近 7 個百分點,這是所有市長中降幅最大的一次。 持續的批評促使柯不情願地接受了 疾控中心醫學專家的幫助。 他們尋求在台北市副市長的協助下加強當地的抗疫工作。 Fourth, Taiwan’s media played an understated role in fighting the pandemic. Tai wan’s free-wheeling media, which traces its origins to the democratization of t he media landscape in the 1990s, competed to provide the latest information on f ighting COVID-19 around the clock. Despite some outlets promoting vaccine hesita ncy through emphasizing alleged cases of deaths associated with WHO-approved vac cines, most television stations have modeled good behaviors in their broadcasts. Almost all variety shows and news programs have moved online or insisted that a ll guests and hosts wear masks and socially distance. These measures reflected t he seriousness of the Taiwanese media in fighting the pandemic and modeling appr opriate behaviors for their viewers, irrespective of their political leanings. Fifth, Taiwan reaped the goodwill it sowed in the early days of pandemics. Taiwa n donated more than 51 million face masks to countries worldwide last year. Reci pient countries, in return, have gifted Taiwan precious vaccines during this out break, which the country struggled to obtain due to geopolitical reasons. Japan has given Taiwan more than 3.3 million doses of AstraZeneca vaccines, and the Un ited States has delivered 2.5 million doses of Moderna vaccines to Taiwan in the last two months. Lithuania, Slovenia, and Czechia have also pledged tens of tho usands of vaccines to Taiwan. With the vaccines it purchased from COVAX and the United States, Taiwan has inoculated 28 percent of its population with one dose of vaccine, a considerable leap from the 1 percent of the population before the most recent outbreak. Taiwan’s success may not last, given the virulent Delta variant may breach Taiw an’s borders as it did in Australia, Vietnam, Singapore, and elsewhere. But its experiences, both near and far, should put the country in good stead in dealing with future outbreaks. Global health experts should consider how Taiwan has suc cessfully fought COVID-19 as a democracy, particularly in its incremental improv ements on testing, tracing, and isolation without significantly compromising fun damental freedoms and civil liberties. Despite criticism from the opposition party, the government’s willingness to sh are its homegrown vaccine, developed with the assistance of the U.S. National In stitutes of Health, has revealed Taiwan’s desire to be a responsible member of the global health community. Taiwan’s generosity in sharing masks, resources, a nd expertise reveals the urgency for Taiwan to be given an observer status in th e World Health Assembly. Taiwan can help, and the international health community should facilitate such assistance in order to end the global pandemic. 儘管遭到反對黨的批評,但政府願意分享在美國國立衛生研究院協助下開發的本土疫苗,這 表明台灣渴望成為全球衛生界負責任的一員台灣在分享口罩、資源和專業知識方面的慷 慨解囊,表明台灣獲得世界衛生大會觀察員地位的緊迫性。 台灣可以提供幫助,國際衛生 界應促進此類援助,以結束全球大流行。 4.附註、心得、想法︰ 我跟你說啦 外交家一定是野雞雜誌 綠共側翼 怎摸可以批評我家阿北? 阿北支持度第一名內 雖然老人覆蓋率不高 但我悶打很多人內 你看我們酒吧 甜點店 遊民都打惹 有哪個縣市能做到像我們這樣 嘻嘻 --
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1Frexqwer: 又一家野雞雜誌綠共側翼 07/29 11:45
2Fvincentkuo: 只有聯合報廣告不是大內宣 07/29 11:46
3Fneverfly: 野雞側翼雜誌大外宣還黑阿北,可見得很怕阿北 07/29 11:47
4Fpicapoya: 很閒嘛,防疫倒數的縣市首長比誰都閒 07/29 11:47
5FYamapi5566: 哪來的野雞雜誌 1450不要轉綠共黨媒來自嗨 07/29 11:47
6FAtlantean: 柯粉公認的野雞雜誌又來黑阿北了... 07/29 11:47
7Fbruce2248: 網軍:綠共側翼+1 07/29 11:48
8Fmynumber55: 野雞雜誌啦,啊北不看的 07/29 11:48
9Fpicapoya: 噗,沒看內文,我誤會阿北了 07/29 11:48
10Fmynumber55: 一定出口轉內銷,大內宣 07/29 11:48
11Framirez: 一條龍大內宣 07/29 11:48
12Fmynumber55: 科糞噴起來 07/29 11:48
13Fneverfly: 四趴:看吧,阿北買UDN廣告是對的,阿北沒有輸! 07/29 11:49
14FWTF55665566: 綠營側翼+1 07/29 11:50
15Fohohohya: 只有亞洲週刊才不是野雞 07/29 11:51
16Fsunyeah: 這民進黨寫的吧 07/29 11:52
17FRommelLee: 柯賴爾,國際都說讚 07/29 11:52
18Feyeter: 只要沒給我們阿北好評 都是側翼 07/29 11:52
19Frosehui: 有沒有內鬥家雜誌?他可以當首期的封面人物! 07/29 11:52
20Felainakuo: 野雞雜誌 07/29 11:53
21Fs81048112: 當選為民粹主義者後 = = 07/29 11:54
22Fsomehog: 現在當柯黑還要會英文竹子糕?有這麼競爭嗎? 07/29 11:54
23Fxamous: https://imgur.com/BKzSdUl.jpg 阿北去年也有上啊 07/29 11:55
24Frainfarmer: 這是國際外交界的殿堂.恭喜柯獲得真實的國際評價接軌 07/29 11:56
25Frainfarmer: 世界 07/29 11:56
26Fflamax: KO vid-19國際上紅一整年了 07/29 11:56
28Fmalisse74: 蔡英文又發功控制國際雜誌對我們阿北抹黑 07/29 11:56
29Frainfarmer: 這次主要是針對柯做的評論,無關台北市府表現。 07/29 11:56
30FArthurseed: 野雞雜誌阿,哪次不是野雞雜誌?? 07/29 11:56
31Fg9122xj: 什麼野雞雜誌 07/29 11:57
32Fprestonia: 蔡英文當年在英國接下了光明會總舵主的職位吧 07/29 11:58
33Frogudan: 幾行就把阿北治下的防疫情形寫得清清楚楚,厲害 07/29 12:00
34Fe12518166339: 1450編的野雞雜誌吼 07/29 12:01
35Fdemitri: 阿北登上世界舞台 07/29 12:04
36Fjorden: 野雞雜誌綠共側翼 好了啦 07/29 12:05
37Fdemitri: ‘Elected as a populist’ 因民粹當選 柯粉雞崩潰 07/29 12:06
38Fxanthippe: 我覺得可以創個背刺家雜誌,阿北一定常上封面 07/29 12:07
39Fyoujan: 大外宣的野雞雜誌又在黑我的阿北了. 07/29 12:07
40Flazycat5: 妙妙:加零沒光環,同心圓放毒有版面 07/29 12:10
41Fnepenthes7: 國際認證的扯後腿叛國賊 07/29 12:12
42Fcloudccw: 國際認證的 07/29 12:13
43Fserval623: 笑死 柯畜人渣舔共柯蟑悲憤 07/29 12:14
44Fa0986188522: 綠共側翼+1沒關係玄天上帝有亞洲週刊挺 07/29 12:14
45Fmalisse74: Wayne Soon 好像是東亞問題的專家 普林斯頓博士 怎麼會 07/29 12:14
46Fmalisse74: 為野雞雜誌撰文呢 (誤) 07/29 12:14
47FSantaNM: 參不透玄天上帝旨意的野雞雜誌 07/29 12:14
48FPePePeace: 綠共側翼 07/29 12:15
49Fextrachaos: 聽都沒聽過 綠共側翼雜誌 全台防疫最好明明就是台北 07/29 12:15
50Fae2622: 還真的沒聽過這雜誌...我孤陋寡聞 07/29 12:15
51Finsar2k2: 感覺上就是,叫阿北出來打球,阿北當球 07/29 12:16
52FFreecoins: 白畜:不高興就去罷免,罷免不了就是民心所向給我閉嘴 07/29 12:16
53Fbill8345: 野雞雜誌 07/29 12:16
54FAcalanatha: 除了海峽評論跟求是,都是野雞雜誌 07/29 12:18
55Flovegensokyo: 一定又是哪來的綠共側翼野雞雜誌 07/29 12:19
56Fmalisse74: 33 會不會黑掉啊 07/29 12:21
57Fmalisse74: 市長不情願地接受協助 只好找副市長幫忙 07/29 12:21
58Fmalisse74: 外人的視角看起來是這樣 07/29 12:21
59Fcul287: 柯網軍知道丟人現眼就好 07/29 12:21
60Falinalovers: 有夠兇欸,比一堆柯黑罵的更不留情面是怎樣 07/29 12:22
61Fholysong: 綠營側翼1450有什麼意外嗎? 07/29 12:23
62FOpenGoodHate: 4%:我們只看最中立客觀的中評社 07/29 12:27
63Fdemitri: 台灣人還要顧巨嬰心情 外國人哪管那麼多 07/29 12:30
64FMolester5566: 野雞雜誌 07/29 12:31
65Fvincentkuo: 柯跟馬一樣丟臉丟到國外去 07/29 12:34
66Fwestfour: 作者是瓦薩學院的助理教授,這充其量只是讀者投稿而已, 07/29 12:37
67Fwestfour: 跟台灣報紙民意論壇同等級 07/29 12:37
68Fjack8759: 就實情啊 07/29 12:37
69Fppkkll: 「將持續社區傳播的責任推給除他以外的任何人」,這句話真 07/29 12:38
70Fppkkll: 是鞭辟入裡!! 07/29 12:38
71FLengYu: 你的附注太專業了 07/29 12:38
72FPePePeace: 坐等4%肉搜查作者祖宗十八代是不是跟DPP有關聯 07/29 12:38
73FDolphtw: 又是哪間野雞報社 07/29 12:49
74FRobben: 震撼彈 07/29 12:53
75Floki94y: 區區一個台北市長能丟臉丟到國外去 也算是厲害啦 07/29 12:53
76FSzss: 阿北花不少錢買廣告 07/29 12:57
77FSzss: 這野雞雜誌有個特別就是少數人在看而已,像是華府的從政人 07/29 12:59
78FSzss: 員。 07/29 12:59
79Fstark: 文筆有點生硬不好閱讀 07/29 12:59
80FSzss: 這野雞雜誌不是給一般人看的,只有華府的從政小區才會看。 07/29 13:00
81Fppkkll: 阿北終於實現被美國關注的夢想了?? 07/29 13:02
82Fscott29: 阿北阿北得第一 07/29 13:16
83Ftony121010: 阿北政績+1 07/29 13:20
84Fnewtana: 綠共啦!敢批評柯屁的都是側翼 07/29 13:32
85Fraphael1994: 阿北的美國夢 07/29 13:33
86Fmalisse74: 人家都寫Guest Author了還讀者投稿哩 07/29 13:38
87Fmalisse74: 有爭議的內容下面會加註不代表本刊立場 這篇沒有 07/29 13:38
88Fbal3: XD 07/29 14:20
89Ftomoko17: 阿北的廢國際認證 07/29 16:18
90FRadioMan: 完了 要被洗成野雞雜誌了 可憐 07/29 17:21
91FGV13: 誰知道是不是又出口轉內銷?再繼續吹啊 死了700多人還學不到 07/29 21:07
92FGV13: 教訓? 07/29 21:07

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