The community's views are sought on two related suggested edits for the china tag:
The suggested "wiki" edit is:
The “Two Chinas” phenomenon makes this tag ambiguous.
And for the "tag wiki excerpt":
Use prc (People’s Republic of China, “mainland China”) or roc (Republic of China, “Taiwan”) instead, unless a historic predecessor like the Republic of China (1912 – 1949) is meant, or in the event the PRC and ROC reunite.
I'm unsure what to do with these - approve, improve or reject.
But I am leaning towards rejecting them as it seems to me that, despite the suggestions being technically correct, "China" and "Taiwan" are the more recognisable and commonly use terms, especially in English.
Indeed, China's UK embassy and Taiwan's Taipei Representative Office in the UK both use the shortened versions within their text and menu options indicating that they are acceptable by the respective governments.