Attend your classes like any normal day, and let the stooges of foreign countries flunk out for good.
Refuse to attend any meetings you did not ask to be held. It is a waste of your time. They are putting your academic future at risk, while your parents are working and paying for it. Tell them to pay YOU to attend their meetings. And if they disrupt classes, demand they pay for your tuition, and any makeup time to finish your classes in the future. These stooges of foreigners should not get away with robbing the vast majority of the students of their degrees and their future jobs, just because they are promised Ivy League placements afterwards. Tell them to go abroad, if they love it so much to be stooges of foreign countries. Go ahead!
This post was edited by abramicus at 2014-3-24 15:19
The Government of Taiwan, schools and teachers, and parents, and its the Majority in the Work Force, Industry, and every Bread-winning Activity, Should Wake Up and Twitter Every One of Their Students to Attend Classes Normally and
Refuse to Attend Any Meetings of the Stooges of Foreign Countries
Whose aim is to turn Taiwan into another Egypt or Ukraine,
While these foreign stooges then later slip abroad to enjoy their Ivy League scholarships and posh jobs.
Sensationalist Headlines Blared: 20 colleges and universities have student councils that voted to boycott classes in Taiwan - OMG!!! - without mentioning that these are only 20 out of 186 colleges and universities in the whole of Taiwan - a clear micro-minority that should not have any right to shut down the national government.
Needless to say, the students who voted to boycott classes do not represent the majority of Taiwan's students, most of whom prefer to attend classes normally and get their degrees that they worked for and that their parents worked hard and paid for.
Only those who have assurances of politically tailored scholarships abroad if they successfuly shut down their national government, would be indifferent to the inability of the rest of the students to get their degrees this year or next.