“I believe there must be some good points to pass the trade services agreement,” he says, “but I personally think with what has been going on since President Ma [Ying-jeou (馬英九)] took over the country until now, it’s inappropriate to sign this agreement. I’m not totally against this agreement, but I think it’s supposed to be the agreement to help us, not to save us.”
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Taiwan’s musicians have been on the front lines in the campaign against the cross-strait service trade pact, with some organizing performances at the protest venue
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