Let us not forget that Taiwan was for years a dictatorship. The dictator was Chiang Kai-sheck, and the party was the Kuomintang. Although it had leftist and democratic origins, Chang turned it into a right-wing dictatorship. The dictatorship fell in the early 1990s and Nationalist China is now a democracy. In an extreme irony, the KMT has become the foremost party in reaching out to the People's Republic of China. Thus anyone wishing to form a party to the right of the KMT has to appeal to the most base of right-wing emotions. Hitler is a very useful icon for making that appeal. I can't see the "National Socialist Association" becoming a major player in Chinese politics. The citizens of both Nationalist China and the PRC are looking forward, not backward.
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