Chiang could at least have taken a leaf from the book of one of his predecessors, Cheng Jei-cheng (鄭瑞城) who, in 2008, not only sent ministry officials to talk to protesters, but went in person to meet the students taking part in the Wild Strawberries Movement protests. Cheng showed actions speak louder than e-mails.
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