College students are China’s hope for democracy; Over 100,000 protest in Taiwan

China News Stories

Demonstrators holding sunflowers shout slogans in front of the Presidential Office in Taipei March 30, 2014 Credit: Reuters/Toby Chang Demonstrators holding sunflowers shout slogans in front of the Presidential Office in Taipei March 30, 2014 Credit: Reuters/Toby Chang

We Chinese are proud of our college students. They are the driving force of Chinese history.

See how similar the Taiwan college students’ campaign to defend Taiwan’s democracy is to the Chinese college students’ campaign for democracy at Tiananmen Square 25 years ago. They are so disciplined and well-organised, strong but peaceful.

They are so wise as to clearly know what is at stake. The pact Taiwan students are opposing is in fact beneficial to Taiwan as China wants to use economic benefit to attract Taiwan to unify with it. However, the students know that Taiwan’s democracy may be at risk if Taiwan allows China to dominate it by economic baits.

Some people believe that the best way out for Taiwan is independence, but Taiwan can never be a lasting…

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