字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント Tsai Ing-wen will become the most powerful woman in the Chinese world on Friday, when she is inaugurated as Taiwan's new president. But her honeymoon will be short, as she faces three big challenges. The Taiwanese economy is in recession, hit by the slowdown in China, its biggest export market. Tsai's Democratic Progressive Party wants to boost growth by promoting investment and trade with other countries beyond China. Her chances of success depend on challenge no.2. Although Taiwan is a self-governing democracy, Beijing claims the island as one of its provinces. China's leaders are deeply hostile to Tsai and her party because of their desire to push Taiwan toward independence. Since Tsai's election victory in January, Beijing has already fired warning shots, curbing their number of tourists, and restarting a battle with Taipei for diplomatic allies. Tsai must walk a tightrope between Beijing's suspicions and the hopes of her supporters, they're proud of their separate Taiwanese heritage and upset with what they perceive as Beijing's bullying.