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Home Activity Slideshow 2019-06-08 Heavenly Mandate Chief Messenger, Mentor Lee Yu-chieh(李玉階) and Chief Holy, Wife Guo Chun-hua(過純華) Memorial

2019-06-08 Heavenly Mandate Chief Messenger, Mentor Lee Yu-chieh(李玉階) and Chief Holy, Wife Guo Chun-hua(過純華) Memorial

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Heavenly Mandate Chief Messenger, Mentor Lee Yu-chieh(李玉階) and Chief Holy, Wife Guo Chun-hua(過純華) Memorial
 

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Heavenly Mandate Chief Messenger, Mentor Lee Yu-chieh(李玉階) and Chief Holy, Wife Guo Chun-hua(過純華) Memorial


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Last Updated ( Tuesday, 11 June 2019 07:58 )  

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Peter Wang, center, convener of the 908 Taiwan Republic Campaign, holds a Ministry of Foreign Affairs sign that was torn off the ministry building during a protest in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Lo Pei-der, Taipei Times

Pro-independence protesters tore down a name board of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) yesterday and clashed with police on the sidelines of their protest against what they described as President Ma Ying-jeou’s (馬英九) poor governance and pro-China position.

Hundreds of supporters of the 908 Taiwan Republic Campaign (908台灣國) staged a protest on Ketagalan Boulevard in front of the Presidential Office Building and the ministry yesterday afternoon, raising a Taiwan national flag and throwing shoes at the Presidential Office — an annual event of the pro-independence group.