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Taiwan: Livecasting the Protest

Different from the fierce encounter between protesters and police forces during the day in front of the Presidential Office, there are more than 400 students peacefully gathering in front of the Executive Yuan in order to bring everyone's attention back to the real question: Is the freedom of expression still belong to Taiwanese? And they protest against President Ma and its government for lowering Taiwanese human right standard as to the level in Mainland China(zh).

Wenli is now there and livecasting via Yahoo!Live along with 400 online watchers.

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  • Lee

    Way to go!
    Taiwanese human right and dignity can not be ignored. Taiwan has been an independent country since 1949. The people on this island have fought for the democracy ever since then. Many have sacrificed their freedom and lives for it. The freedom of expression of Taiwanese is finally established, we can not give it away any more.
    May God and Budha bless Taiwan and the Taiwanese!

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