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Protesters Gather in Taipei, Asking 'Red Media' to Leave Taiwan

Poster:Post date:2019-06-24
Catergory:News
Region:(Taiwan),(Cross-Strait)
Issue:(Cross-Strait Issues),(One China, Status Quo, and Taiwan Independence),(Taiwan Party Politics and Domestic Issues)
(CNA, By Stacy Hsu) Thousands of people gathered in Taipei this Sunday to protest "red media" outlets, believed to be influenced or controlled by China. Protesters claimed that China utilizes "red media" outlets as a way to spread false information with the purpose of pursuing China's goals regarding Taiwan, such as undermining the island's democracy. Protesters urged the Taiwanese government to take concrete action against the suspected media companies and outlets. <Accessed 2019-06-24> 
Last modification time:2019-06-24 AM 1:30

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