2020/2/28  
President Tsai appeals to Beijing after arrests of prominent Hong Kong activists (2019/08/30)
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  • 英文 English 
    President Tsai appeals to Beijing after arrests of prominent Hong Kong activists (2019/08/30)

    Joshua Wong and Agnes Chow, two of Hong Kong's most prominent pro-democracy activists, were arrested this morning before being released on bail. Andy Chan, the leader of a banned pro-democracy party, was detained overnight on Thursday. These high-profile arrests could be part of a broader crackdown against Hong Kong protesters ahead of a mass rally slated for tomorrow.

    In Taiwan, President Tsai Ing-wen issued another appeal to Beijing. She said crackdowns were not the solution to the situation in Hong Kong. What China must do is respond to the voices of the people, she said. Meanwhile, DPP Deputy Secretary-General Lin Fei-fan called on Beijing to tread carefully as it reacts to future developments.
    中文 Chinese  
    香港社運人士被逮 總統籲中國與民對話

    香港反送中浪潮持續不退,港警開始大動作逮捕民主人士,包括前民族黨召集人陳浩天,還有香港眾志兩名成員,黃之鋒以及周庭,這兩人已經在下午獲准保釋。

    港警此舉,引發台灣高度關注,總統蔡英文呼籲中國當局,逮捕鎮壓不是解決問題的辦法,必須和人民對話,回應人民。同樣也是學運領袖出生的民進黨副秘書長林飛帆,則盼北京政府節制。
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