收到AELTC Public Relations的回信，基本上他們說這件事要去找ATP抗議， 所以我做了修改。
When Rendy Lu time and time and again announces that he is Taiwanese, and proud to be able to play and represent Taiwan. That means international identity - the sovereign nation of Taiwan.
While Taiwanese people do not disagree that we had ties with Chinese culture, but as far as international identity, we do not wish to be assimilated with the Chinese.
Please do not insult us by confusing us with the Chinese and identifying us as Chinese-Taipei. 80% of the people living in Taiwan are Taiwanese not Chinese. Lastly, respect Taiwan's sovereignty, its people and athletes, and embrace us as a member of international community.
Lu is not from Chinese Taipei. He is from Taiwan, the capital of which is Taipei. Lu called his people "Taiwanese" and we should, too.
Many thanks for your email.
Yen-Hsun Lu’s country is registered with the ATP as Chinese Taipei, and that is the
country name for any tennis event which he competes in. It is also in-line with the
Olympic country naming policy. http://www.atpworldtour.com/Tennis/Players/Top-
This is not our choice to make and is something that Yen-Hsun Lu would need to take up with the ATP.
AELTC Public Relations