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    Posted March 24, 2014 by
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    Protesters occupy Taiwan legislature

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    180 hours of occupying the parliament

     

    CNN PRODUCER NOTE     kaiyusnow took these photos inside Taiwan's Legislature on Monday, March 24. Since protesters first occupied the legislature on March 18, people have been coming in and out, he says. While he was inside he noted, "there was nothing much happening, so there were just good atmosphere around."

    Read more about the Taiwan protest on CNN.
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    it's the 180th hour of occupying the legislature.
    Inside the building, the students divided into different groups to fulfill different needs. Medical team, live broadcasting, supply, security and so on. Also there are professionals like medical doctors and lawyers are also there to help out.
    They have a schedule of when should be doing what, and every 30 mins or so, some group leader will make minor announcement, like, the meal has arrived, or we need to clean up our places now, or simply just cheer their spirits up with a speech or some activities.

    This social movement will still be going on until the government responds properly.
    Their main requests is withdraw the trade pact that was signed without any supervision, and also pass a law that will specify how Taiwan will sign any agreement with China.
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