Free fried chicken cutlet and bubble tea: Taiwan's election fever continues after the polls

Democratic Progressive Party legislator Lin Chun-hsien holds up a fried chicken cutlet to promote his plan to give out 200 servings in his voter district in Tainan on Jan 15, 2020.
Democratic Progressive Party legislator Lin Chun-hsien holds up a fried chicken cutlet to promote his plan to give out 200 servings in his voter district in Tainan on Jan 15, 2020.PHOTO: LIN CHUN-HSIEN/FACEBOOK

TAIPEI - Popular Taiwanese vlogger Chen Chih-han was handing out fried chicken cutlets in six cities across Taiwan on Saturday (Jan 18) after he wagered that incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen would win her re-election bid in last weekend's presidential election.

Mr Chen, 40, is an Internet celebrity and martial arts gym owner with 856,000 YouTube subscribers and known for his brutally honest views on Taiwan's politics.

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