Hundreds of people marched in Taiwan's capital

Hundreds of people marched in Taiwan’s capital demanding the release of 12 Hong Kong protesters. The Chinese administration has not even given lawyers access after arresting these protesters in August. They were detained by Chinese authorities illegally on their way to Taiwan by boat.

Hundreds of people marched in Taiwan's capital
Hundreds of people marched in Taiwan’s capital

Protests by Chinese authorities in Hong Kong were protested in several Taiwanese cities, demanding the release of protesters. Campaigns called ‘Hashtack 12 Hong Kong Youth’ have also been launched in support of arrested protesters in the US cities of New York, Vancouver in Canada and Adelaide in Australia.


Let Taiwan and China split after the civil war in 1949 and Beijing ended relations with Taiwan’s President Sai Ing-wen’s government because they refused to recognize Taiwan as part of China. While Taiwan considers China as its territory.

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