Taiwan’s tech billionaire plans to train 3 million ‘black bear warriors’ to combat China

“If we can successfully resist China’s ambitions, we not only will be able to safeguard our homeland but make a big contribution to the world situation and the development of civilization.”

Tsao, United Microelectronics Corp. (UMC) founder, the world’s second-largest contract chipmaker, called a press conference to show his national ID card, declaring that he had renounced his Singaporean citizenship in exchange for Taiwanese citizenship.

He stated that he would remain in Taiwan to defend the country against China’s repeated military threats, noted Taiwan News.

Tsao, who renounced his Taiwanese citizenship in 2011 in protest of a government-led investigation into his company for investing in a Chinese business project, briefly discussed his new perspective on China, citing the Hong Kong democracy movement as a “wake-up call,” the local news report documented.

Three million ‘black bear warriors’

The billionaire plans to train three million “black bear warriors” in three years to work alongside Taiwan’s military eventually.

“I am excited about regaining my Taiwanese citizenship and want to stand with my fellow countrymen to fight against the invasion from the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and to safeguard Taiwan, making Taiwan a “land of the free and the home of the brave,” he said.

Tsao’s money, according to Taiwan News, would be used to train civilian troops for three years by the Kuma Academy, a private military organization also known as the “Black Bear Academy.”

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