PROTEST AT HONG KONG TRADE OFFICE IN TAIPEI
TAIWAN SHOWS SOLIDARITY WITH HONG KONG MOVEMENTS
As a sign of solidarity with the Hong Kong Class Boycott and Occupy Central, Taiwanese groups attempted to occupy the Hong Kong trade office in Taipei in the night of September 28 to 29.
In the morning of September 29, a brawl ensued in the building’s lobby.
After the brawl, the police forces secured the passage.
A representative of the Hong Kong Trade office in Taipei came down to receive the protesters’ message.
Apperently denying the police actions in Hong Kong, the representative was confronted with media reports depicting the events of the previous day (Yes, trust me: he’s behind there!).
There was no lack of media presense…. but will they report?
As the representative from the Trade Office left, another brawl ensued.
Chen Wei-ting and Lin Feifan discuss strategy.
As the protesters agreed to leave the building, they left their messages behind.
A final round of demands in front of the building.