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    Posted March 25, 2014 by
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    Protesters occupy Taiwan legislature

    Are Taiwanese riots?

     
    The Sunflower Student Movement in Taiwan still continues to defend the freedom and the democracy. On March 23rd, students occupied the Executive Yuan. On the next day, however, the government ordered “the anti-riot police” with weapons to expel students! Were the innocent students riots? NO! They had no weapons and desired to use the calm way to negotiate, but what did the anti-riot police do? They treated these young students as riot, and even used the powerful column of water to expel people! There is no communication and no negotiation between the government and people. Moreover, the media couldn’t be subjective and trustworthy. Where is the freedom and democracy of Taiwan? Please give Taiwan a hand!

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