Ding Yiming, the former spokesman of the Executive Yuan, resigned due to the " beef noodle storm ", and the opposition parties still slammed it. The Kuomintang Legislative Yuan group boycotted Executive President Su Zhenchang's policy address for the tenth time, and reported that Su Zhenchang and Ding Yiming were suspected of violating the Food Safety Law by "spreading rumors about food safety." The People's Party Group also went to the Control Yuan to prosecute the government's alleged administrative disinterest.
Ding Yiming's behavior before and after the incident was surrounded and suppressed by public opinion. His every reaction was seen as adding photo background removing fuel to the fire. From messing with pictures, pulling beef noodle shops into the water, to arguing that it was because the metabolism of clenbuterol could not come out, proving that it was okay to eat, to finally claiming to have received a text message of encouragement from the noodle shop owner, and was immediately arrested by the general manager of the noodle shop. Slap in the face and say nothing. All kinds of actions, even the ruling party's own legislators could not stand up, and they criticized them in unison. Although Ding Yiming has resigned on his own accord, his words and deeds have become a breach of the DPP government's policy of opening up pigs.
The Kuomintang and the People's Party even took part in the Autumn Fighting Parade on November 22, which was dominated by labor unions and ring unions. Hold high slogans such as "anti-drug pigs, anti-double standards, and anti-party state". That is to say, if there is no "beef noodle storm" first, Qiudou will only maintain the noise of previous years, and the opposition party and the Pan-Blue media will not be able to hype it. Why did the "beef noodle storm" cause public dissatisfaction? Because Ding Yiming stepped on the two points that Taiwanese people care about most: "re-talking when you do something wrong" and "political manipulation", both of which are related to the people's moral requirements for "politics".