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These days, many sex harassment cases related to the DPP have been debunked. Maybe it is concerning the campaign tactics that the opposition parties are trying to use to attack the DPP. But I would like to say something about the sex harassment in Taiwan from a social and cultural perspective.
Most of my peers throughout my career were born around 1945, when China took over Taiwan from Japanese occupation. To tell you the truth, some of them, who are local residents or decedents, were prone to commit the "scandals", and I did see a few cases while working or after working, especially when those dudes were in managerial positions. But I have never seen or heard of those from mainland families doing the same.
Why was that? Maybe I am wrong, but I think those from local families before 1945 might have "inherited" Japanese male chauvinism, which regards females as inferior playthings to men. If you see the concessions granted to the "special businesses", you will understand what I mean.
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