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Taiwanese group stages protest outside Malacañang in Manila [Copy link] 中文

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About a dozen activists from Taiwan held a demonstration at the gates of Malacañang in Manila on Saturday to demand an apology from Philippine President Benigno Aquino for the fatal shooting of a Taiwanese fisherman.
The women donned sackcloth as a sign of mourning over what they call the death of the Philippines' character. They were led by Chu Mei-Feng, a former TV anchorwoman in Macau.

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Protest is a legal way of voicing an opinion. So they have the right to do so in the Democratic Philippines.
Not all countries are allowing this.

But, before asking for apologies, one should wait for the results of the investigations.

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Post time 2013-5-29 18:16:27 |Display all floors
Maybe both China should apologize to the Philippine people for "overfishing" the seas, even the seas in dispute. The Philippines have no commercialized fishing armada like the Chinese. Philippine fishermen fish for their living not for the super markets.

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