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    Posted May 2, 2014 by
    Taipei, Taiwan

    (Red Alert, Travel) DSLR Not Advised in Taipei, TAIWAN

    Owing to continuous demonstrations in Taipei (the capital of Taiwan) aroused by many evil deeds of the government, the authorities recently decided to take two unbelievable actions:

    1. In order to prevent the aggregation of crowds, the authorities began to strictly examine the posts on the internet. The authors of the posts mentioning "Let's pass by ..." or "Let's get together for ..." were tracked and arrested. Messages in social networking websites are also being monitored.

    2. To veil the evidence of bloody suppression, if you bring a DSLR with you, you will be stopped and grilled by the police, especially in the MRT (Mass Rapid Transit) stations and the intersections of major roads.

    Taiwan is no longer a democratic country. The government is trampling the freedom of Taiwan so as to tune up with the notorious China.

    The reporters were chased from the place of demonstration lest the ensuing horrendous behavior be reported. The police used water cannons unscrupulously and violently hit armless crowds.

    Please rescue Taiwan! Please spread the information to your friends.

    (photo courtesy of Tseng River)

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