Senior media worker Ge Shu-ren, left, applies for permission to hold a protest on Ketagalan Blvd at the New Construction Office at the Taipei City Government’s Public Works Department Friday. The purpose of the protest, which will be held on Sept. 29 and aims to attract people from all political parties, is to “Hit the streets and scold [Ma] Ying-jeou.”Sep 15, 2013FULL STORY
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