Tsai Ing-wen is the president of Taiwan. Tsai Ing-wen says that Taiwan is lucky to have Indian restaurants. Recently the president shared a picture on Twitter. The picture was of a delectable platter of rice, colourful salad, naan and other dishes. President’s favourite chana masala and a cup of tea were also seen.
Prez Tsai Ing-wen says,” I always go for chana masala.”
President Tsai Ing-wen said on Twitter that she loves to eat chana masala and naan. Further, chana masala and tea remind her of her visits to India. She wrote on Twitter:
“#Taiwan is lucky to be home to many Indian restaurants, & Taiwanese people love them. I always go for chana masala and naan, while #chai always takes me back to my travels in #India, and memories of a vibrant, diverse & colourful country. What are your favourite Indian dishes?”
On 10 October 2020, Tsai Ing-wen greeted the crowd during National Day celebrations in front of the Presidential Building in Taipei. She spoke about how much she finds if Indian food. She said that east Asian countries are lucky to have many Indian Restaurants. Also, she added that local people love them.
Along with her tweet, a picture of Indian food was shared. Along with a cup of tea, rice, naan, salad, chana masala and other dishes were seen in the picture.
Love for Indian food among foreign leaders not uncommon:
Now it is not very uncommon to know the love of foreign leaders for Indian food. Australia prime minister Scott Morrison prepared Indian snack samosa at his home during the lockdown. Further, he tagged Narendra Modi in a tweet while he shared the pictures. To which Modi replied by saying that Samosas look delicious and that after the pandemic they will enjoy the snack together.