Wednesday, December 16, 2009

DPP Sunday Rally Information

"The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) demonstration against the government’s China-leaning economic policies will be held on Sunday in Taichung starting at 2:30pm, the party announced yesterday, urging the public to join the protest. The protest will be held on the eve of the fourth meeting between Taiwan’s Straits Exchange (SEF) Foundation Chairman Chiang Pin-kung (江丙坤) and his Chinese counterpart, Chen Yunlin (陳雲林), head of Beijing’s Association on Relations Across the Taiwan Strait (ARATS)."

Article in Taipei Times/Link to Map of Route
Protesters will gather at 2:30pm at two locations — the intersection of Mincyuan Road (民權路) and Taichunggang Road (台中港路) and the corner of Chaoma Road (朝馬路) and Anhe Road (安和路).

The processions are expected to meet up at 5pm on Hueiwun Road (惠文路), where a rally will be held in an empty parking lot, the spokesman said.
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Johnny said...

Sorry, Michael. I leave the comment not for the rally information. I am curious about your idea about the contraversial phrase "in the next decades", said by President Ma in an interview by Asian Wall Street Journal.

Anonymous said...

That is the only thing the DPP is good at!

Άλισον said...

About: That is the only thing the DPP is good at!

...Compared with the KMT, that is good at nothing (NIL, ZERO, EMPTY, τίποτα) except Killed Many Taiwanese.

and a troll cowardly hiding his ID.