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Taiwan: National Day in Protest Mood

Protesters occupied the famous landmark at the Freedom Square. Photo taken by 鐘聖雄, PTS News Network. Non-commercial use.

Protesters occupied the famous landmark at the Freedom Square. Photo taken by 鐘聖雄, PTS News Network. Non-commercial use.

More than 50,000 protesters are demonstrating outside the President Office in this year's National Day of Republic of China on October 10 in Taiwan. They were demonstrating against the 4th nuclear plant [zh], the protest [zh] against the present referendum law and against the top government officials, including the president, vice president and prime minister for the controversial service trade agreement with China and the recent wiretap scandal.

Protesters, barricades and the policemen outside the President Office. Photo taken by Island Nation Youth. Non-commercial use.

Protesters, barricades and the policemen outside the President Office. Photo taken by Island Nation Youth. Non-commercial use.

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