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1. Sunflower Movement sa Taiwan, nagtapos sa ika-24 na araw!

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Sunflower Movement sa Taiwan, nagtapos sa ika-24 na araw!

Sunflower Movement sa Taiwan, nagtapos sa ika-24 na araw! Student protesters, umalis na mula sa Taiwan parliament! Natapos na rin ang dalawampu't apat na araw ng student protest occupation ng Taiwan parliament. Nagsumila ang Sunflower movement noong March 18, nang daan-daang mga estudyante ang nag-occupy ng legislature, para i-protesta ang plina-planong trade deal ng gobyerno ng Taiwan, kasama ang China, na hindi nagbigay ng transparency para sa mga mamamayan ng Taiwan. Ang standoff sa pagitan ni President Ma Ying-jeou at ang mga student protesters ay nagtagal ng dalawampu't apat na araw -- ito na ang pinakamatagal na social movement sa kasaysayan ng Taiwan. Nag-clash ang riot police at ang mga protesters noong March 24, na ikinagalit ng mga tao sa Taiwan, at dahilan kung bakit nagkaroon ng rally ng 500,000 na tao sa Ketagalan Boulevard sa harap ng Presidential Office noong March 30. Ang Sunflower Movement ang nagpaalam sa mga mamamayan tungkol sa kontrobersiyal na trade deal, kaya rin nagkaroon ng isang pambansang debate tungkol sa pagpasok ng mga Chinese na negosyo sa Taiwan. Matapos mangako ng Legislative Speaker na si Wang Jin-pyng noong Linggo, na magkakaroon ng batas para mai-regulate ang trade pact, bago magpapatuloy ang deliberations sa cross-strait service trade pact, ay pumayag na rin ang mga protesters na ibalik sa goyberno ang parliament. Itong nakaraang tatlong linggo, ay nagpakita ng artistic creativity ang mga student protesters, at ginamit nila ang teknolohiya para magsimula ng isang protest relay, kasama ang iba pang mga Taiwanese students sa apatnapu't siyam na siudad, sa loob ng labimpitong bansa. Ang impormasyon tungkol sa protesta ay nai-translate pa sa tatlumpu't limang lenguahe. Nag-ipon din ng 220,000 US dollars ang mga netiens, para makabili ng isang full-page ad sa New York Times! Sa mga huling araw ng pag-protesta, nilinis at inayos ng mga estudyante ang parliament building, at napanalunan nila ang titulo ng pinaka-magalang na civil rights movement. For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TomoNewsPH Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsPH Stay connected with us here: https://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsPH


2. The Sunflower Movement - Occupy Taiwan

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The Sunflower Movement - Occupy Taiwan

The Sunflower Movement - Occupy Taiwan


3. Dating pangalan ng taiwan

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Dating pangalan ng taiwan

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4. Taiwan police brutality laban sa anti-China student protesters: flashbacks of Martial Law?

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Taiwan police brutality laban sa anti-China student protesters: flashbacks of Martial Law?

Taiwan police brutality laban sa anti-China student protesters: flashbacks of Martial Law? Taiwan riot police, sinaktan ang mga nagpo-protestang estudyante na walang armas! Ang police brutality na naganap sa Taiwan kahapon, ay nagdala sa bansa sa panahon ng Matrial Law, na matagal nang nakalipas. Ang "sunflower" student movement, na inokupado ang Taiwan legislature nang walong araw, sa pag-protesta laban sa kontrobersiyal na trade pact sa pagitan ng Taiwan at China, ay lumala, Linggo ng gabi, nang dalawang daang estudyante ang nagtangkang pasukin ang nalalapit na Cabinet office. Pagdating ng riot police, alas onse ng gabi, lampas tatlong libong estudyante na ang nasa eksena. Gumamit ng force, tear gas, water cannons, batons at shields ang mga riot police, laban sa mga estudyanteng walang armas. Anim na beses naisagawa ang evacuation na ito, bago nawalan ng protesters ang Cabinet office, alas singko ng umaga. Mahigit isang daan at limampung estudyante ang nasaktan. For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TomoNewsPH Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsPH Stay connected with us here: https://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsPH


5. Exclusive aerial footage: Taiwanese riot police, nilabanan ang mga student protesters sa Taipei!

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Exclusive aerial footage: Taiwanese riot police, nilabanan ang mga student protesters sa Taipei!

Exclusive aerial footage: Taiwanese riot police, nilabanan ang mga student protesters sa Taipei! Pulis, nakipaglaban sa mga anti-China protesters sa Taiwan! Panoorin ang exclusive aerial footage ng pakikipaglaban ng Taiwan police at ng mga nagpo-protestang estudyante sa Cabinet Office. Libo-libong mga protesters ang inokupado ang Taiwan government headquarters, ang Executive Yuan, noong Linggo. Ang insidente ay nangyari, isang linggo matapos magsimula ang mga demonstrasyon na gawa ng mga estudyante sa Taiwan, March 18, dahil sa kontrobersiyal na trade pact ng Taiwan at China. Itinawag itong "Sunflower Movement," at nagsimula ito bilang isang mapayapang pag-okupado ng parliament building sa Taiwan, nang limang araw. Pagdating ng panlimang araw, napunta ang atensiyon ng mga estudyante sa nalalapit na Cabinet offices. Sa loob lamang ng iilang oras, mahigit anim na libong estudyante ang naipon sa compound. Dahil dito, nag-utos ang gobyerno na magpunat sa eksena ang riot police, para mapaaalis ang mga estudyante. Ito ay nauwi sa bayolenteng paglalaban ng dalawang panig. Limang libong riot police ang nagpunta sa eksena, hawak ang mga baton at panangga, at napilitang umalis ang mga estudyante. Nagsigawan ang mga estudyante ng, "Umalis ang pulis," "Bawiin ang trade agreement," at "ipaglaban ang demokrasya," at naghawakan sila ng kamay habang sila ay nakahiga sa kalsada, para hindi sila mapaalis. May mga estudyanteng nilabanan ang pulis, at sila ay nahampas ng baton at panangga. May isang daan at limampung estudyante ang na-ospital. Pulis, na nakasuot ng riot gear, ay bayolenteng hinawakan at hinatak diumano ang mga braso, balikat, at leeg ng mga estudyante, para maialis ang mga ito mula sa building. Gumamit din sila ng water cannons para mapakalat ang mga ito. Anim na oras din ang kinailangan ng mga pulis, hanggang halos alas sais ng madaling araw, para mai-clear ang building, at ang mga kalsada na nakapaligid dito. For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TomoNewsPH Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsPH Stay connected with us here: https://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsPH


6. Sampung taong gulang na bata, ipinaglalaban ang demokrasya sa Taiwan!

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Sampung taong gulang na bata, ipinaglalaban ang demokrasya sa Taiwan!

Isang sampung taong gulang na bata, ipinaglalaban ang demokrasya sa Taiwan! Siya na ang pinakabatang taga-protesta laban sa China Trade Pact sa Taiwan. Ang kanyang dahilan? Dahil ayaw daw niyang makitang bumagsak nang tuluyan ang kanyang minamahal na bansa. Mahigit isang daang libong tao ang nag-protesta sa Taipei, Taiwan noong Linggo. Hawak ang mga sunflowers, prinotesta nila ang China-Taiwan trade pact, at hiniling na magkaroon ng government transparency sa Taiwan. Tatlong linggo na ang nakalipas, mula nang na-okupado ng mga protesters ang Legislative Yuan, na house of parliament ng Taiwan. Ang aming sister news agency na Apple Daily ay nakipag-usap sa ten-year-old na protester na si Lee, na labing-tatlong araw nang sumasali sa sit-in rally, kasama ang kanyang ina. Nagpupunta sila araw-araw, pagkatapos ng kanyang klase sa eskuwelahan. Walang pagod na nag-po-protesta ang bata, na ayaw makitang bumagsak ang Taiwan, dahil sa China Trade Pact. At basta't ipinaglalaban niya ang demokrasya sa Taiwan, ay hinding-hindi siya magpapatalo sa pagod at puyat. Mahal daw niya ang Taiwan, at ipinaglalaban niya ang kanyang kinabukasan. Iyan ang tunay na magandang ehemplo! Gayahin po natin ang batang ito, at ipaglaban ang importante sa buhay! For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TomoNewsPH Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsPH Stay connected with us here: https://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsPH


7. Mga Taiwanese, nagdasal sa diyos ng kapalaran, itong Lunar New Year holiday!

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Mga Taiwanese, nagdasal sa diyos ng kapalaran, itong Lunar New Year holiday!

Mga Taiwanese, nagdasal sa diyos ng kapalaran, itong Lunar New Year holiday! Mga Taiwanese, nagsisamba sa Diyos ng Kapalaran, itong nakaraang Lunar New Year holiday. Kabilang ng selebrasyon ng pagsalubong sa Year of the Horse, ang pagsamba at pagdiwang ng kaarawan ni Cai Shen, na diyos ng kapalaran. Ito ay isinagawa noong Lunes, ang ika-limang araw ng Lunar New Year. Nagdagsaan ang mga tao sa mga temple, para magsunog ng insenso, at para malaman nila ang kanilang kapalaran sa taong ito. Marami ang nagdasal para sa kanilang kasaganaan, mabuting kapalaran, at kayamanan. Pero marami rin ang nagpunta sa templo para makatanggap ng cash mula sa Cai Shen mismo. For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TomoNewsPH Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsPH Stay connected with us here: https://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsPH


8. Lalaking may "Triple H disease," muntik nang mamatay dahil sa pagkain ng hotpot!

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Lalaking may "Triple H disease," muntik nang mamatay dahil sa pagkain ng hotpot! Isang clinically obese na lalaki, lumamon at muntik nang mamatay! Isang Taiwanese na lalaki ang muntikan nang mawalan ng buhay, matapos siyang walag patid na kumain ng hotpot, nang anim na araw itong Lunar New Year holiday. Ang lalaki na si Wu ay may "Triple H disease." Ito ang Hypertension, Hyperlipidernia, at Hyperglycemia. Itong nakaraang holiday, naparami ang kanyang pagkain ng nakakatabang pagkain -- at pagkatapos ng pang-pito niyang pagkain ng hotpot sa loob ng isang linggo, siya ay inatake sa puso. Tumigil ang pagtibok ng puso ni Wu sa ospital, at agad siyang inoperahan ng mga doktor. Salamat sa CPR na binigay sa kanya ng isang nurse, habang siya ay sinugod sa OR, ay naligtas ang buhay ni Wu! Noong Lunar New Year, kasama ni Wu ang kanyang pamilya sa Taichung, at ang kinain lang niya ay hotpot at iba pang nakakatabang pagkain. Noong ika-anim na araw, nakaranas siya ng sakit sa puso, at sinugod siya sa ospital. Na-flatline pa siya, matapos siyang kabitan ng EKG machine. Matapos siyang ma-diagnoze ng myocardial infarction, nagdesisyong magsagawa ng cardiac catheterization ang doktor. Habang si Wu ay sinusugod sa operating room, minasahe ng nurse ang kanyang puso, na pinagpatuloy ng doktor habang inooperahan ang pasyente. Kung hindi nila minasahe ang puso ni Wu, mawawalan ng oxygen ang kanyang utak, at pagkalipas ng tatlong minute ay mamamatay na ang utak ni Wu. Ayon sa doktor, napasok sila ng lobo sa loob ng isang blood vessel ni Wu, habang patuloy na minamasahe ang kanyang puso. Buti nalang at nagawa nila ito, dahil yumuyugyog daw ang buong dibdib ni Wu! Ang nurse na nag-perform ng CPR kay Wu ay sinabing ito ang kanyang kauna-unahang beses na magbigay ng CPR sa pasyente; bago nito ay napanood lang niyang gawin ito ng ibang tao. Nahirapan daw siya dahil gumagalaw ang stretcher kung saan nakahiga si Wu, pero nanatili siya sa kanyang posisyon, at dahil sa kanya ay naligtas ang buhay ng pasyente. Ayon sa mga doktor, ang myocardial infarction at stroke ay dahil sa "triple H disease," na maaribg mauwi sa coronary artery syndrome, na dahilan naman ng mga blood clots. Iwasan dawn g mga pasyente ang mga pagkaing mataba at mataas sa cholesterol. For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/TomoNewsPH Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=TomoNewsPH Stay connected with us here: https://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsPH


9. 10-year-old Taiwanese student protests against China trade agreement

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10-year-old Taiwanese student protests against China trade agreement

It has been three weeks since students started occupying the Legislative Yuan, Taiwan's house of parliament, in protest. Dubbed the "Sunflower Movement", the protesters oppose a China-Taiwan trade pact and calls for greater government transparency. Apple Daily met with a 10-year-old pupil, surnamed Lee, who said she's taken part in the sit-in rally for over 13 days to safeguard the country's democracy.


10. [DOWNLOAD] EPUB Taiwan’s China Dilemma: Contested Identities and Multiple Interests in

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[DOWNLOAD] EPUB Taiwan’s China Dilemma: Contested Identities and Multiple Interests in

Click Here http://greatebook.org/?book=0804799288 China and Taiwan share one of the world s most complex international relationships. Although similar cultures and economic interests promoted an explosion of economic ties between them since the late 1980s, these ties have not led to an improved political relationship, let alone progress toward the unification that both governments once claimed to seek. In addition, Taiwan s recent Sunflower Movement succeeded in obstructing deeper economic ties with China. Why has Taiwan s policy toward China been so inconsistent?Taiwan s China Dilemma explains the divergence between the development of economic and political relations across the Taiwan Strait through the interplay of national identity and economic interests. Using primary sources, opinion surveys, and interviews with Taiwanese opinion leaders, Syaru Shirley Lin paints a vivid picture of one of the most unsettled and dangerous relationships in the contemporary world, and illustrates the growing backlash against economic liberalization and regional economic integration around the world.


11. Student protesters end 24-day occupation of Taiwan's Parliament

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Student protesters end 24-day occupation of Taiwan's Parliament

Check out our official website: http://us.tomonews.net/ Check out our Android app: http://goo.gl/PtT6VD Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­---------------- Taiwan's sunflower protest finally came to an end yesterday when student protesters vacated Taiwan's parliament. The Sunflower movement started on March 18 when the hundreds of students occupied the legislature to protest against the government's proposed trade deal with China that was handled un-transparently. The standoff between President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) and the protesters lasted an unprecedented period of 24 days, the longest of Taiwan's history of social movements. Riot police clashed with the protesters on March 24th, which outraged Taiwanese society and led to a 500,000 person rally on Ketagalan Boulevard (凱達格蘭大道) in front of the Presidential Office on March 30th. The Sunflower movement raised Taiwanese awareness of the trade deal, leading to a national debate over whether the country is willing to open its market further with China. After Legislative Speaker Wang Jin-pyng's (王金平) promise Sunday to enact a law regulating the trade pact before resuming the process of deliberating the cross-strait service trade pact, the protesters finally agreed to hand back parliament. For the past three weeks, young protesters had expressed vibrant artistic creativity and took advantage of technology to start a protest relay with other Taiwanese students in 49 cities of 17 countries. Information on the protest was even translated into a total of 35 languages, while netizens raised a whopping $220,000 USD to purchase a full-page advertisement in New York Times. During the last couple days of the protests, student protesters cleaned the parliament building, winning the title of the most polite civil rights movement. ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­------------


12. Aerial footage: Taiwanese police clash with student protesters

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Aerial footage: Taiwanese police clash with student protesters

Shown here is exclusive aerial footage of clashes between riot police and Taiwanese student protesters in Taipei on March 23 and 24, recorded by a remote-controlled 'hexacopter'. The student-led demonstrations, nicknamed the 'Sunflower Movement', turned violent Sunday night after President Ma Ying-jeou rejected protesters' demands to retract a controversial trade pact with China. Thousands of students, who started off with a peaceful sit-in in the country's parliament building, stormed the Executive Yuan (行政院) nearby, the compound which houses the prime minister's office. In response, the government ordered riot police to evict the students, causing bloodshed. Wielding batons and shields police forced students to leave and used water cannons to disperse them. The compound was cleared by around 6 a.m. on Monday. Sixty-one students were arrested, and at least 150 protesters were injured.


13. Aerial footage: Taiwanese police clash with student protesters

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Aerial footage: Taiwanese police clash with student protesters

Shown here is exclusive aerial footage of clashes between riot police and Taiwanese student protesters in Taipei on March 23 and 24, recorded by a remote-controlled 'hexacopter'. The student-led demonstrations, nicknamed the 'Sunflower Movement', turned violent Sunday night after President Ma Ying-jeou rejected protesters' demands to retract a controversial trade pact with China. Thousands of students, who started off with a peaceful sit-in in the country's parliament building, stormed the Executive Yuan (行政院) nearby, the compound which houses the prime minister's office. In response, the government ordered riot police to evict the students, causing bloodshed. Wielding batons and shields police forced students to leave and used water cannons to disperse them. The compound was cleared by around 6 a.m. on Monday. Sixty-one students were arrested, and at least 150 protesters were injured.


14. 10-year-old Taiwanese student protests against China trade agreement

  • Duration: 65
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10-year-old Taiwanese student protests against China trade agreement

It has been three weeks since students started occupying the Legislative Yuan, Taiwan's house of parliament, in protest. Dubbed the "Sunflower Movement", the protesters oppose a China-Taiwan trade pact and calls for greater government transparency. Apple Daily met with a 10-year-old pupil, surnamed Lee, who said she's taken part in the sit-in rally for over 13 days to safeguard the country's democracy.


15. Katy Perry's Sunflower Dress Stirs Up Controversy in China

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Katy Perry's Sunflower Dress Stirs Up Controversy in China

Controversy is blooming around Katy Perry in China. What looked like just another technicolor costume for the pop princess has stirred up animosity among those who saw the sunflower-studded dress she wore onstage Tuesday as a pro-Taiwanese statement. Which, considering she was performing in Taipei and she was surrounded by sunflowers, could have been the case—but she's performed in that costume before. Taiwan just marked last month the anniversary of the Sunflower Student Movement, when students staged a 23-day occupation of Taiwan's parliament last year in protest of the Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement, a trade pact that some Taiwanese feared would give mainland China too much economic influence in the sovereign state. ►Circle us on Google + http://goo.gl/yZhhhc ►Subscribe Channel http://goo.gl/wtjPzK ►Don't forget to Like * Comment * Share this video. ----------------------------------------­-------------------------------- Stay tuned, Stay connected


16. Katy Perry Sunflower Dress Sparks Controversy in China

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Katy Perry Sunflower Dress Sparks Controversy in China

Singer Katy Perry's fashion sense flared controversy following a recent show in Taiwan. Draped in a Taiwanese flag, while herself wrapped in a sunflower-laden dress, the 30-year-old entertainer's style rather than her words provoked a stout response from Chinese social media denouncing her fashion statement as a perceived political statement. E! News reported that many social media users from China viewed her ensemble as a pro-Taiwanese statement in light of the 2014 Sunflower Student Movement. That group of student-activists protesting the Cross-Strait Service Trade Agreement with China, occupied the Republic of China's parliament in Taipei capitol for 23 days. Her donning of the RoC's flag, Taiwan's ruling government, has sparked the most controversy. ►Circle us on Google + http://goo.gl/yZhhhc ►Subscribe Channel http://goo.gl/wtjPzK ►Don't forget to Like * Comment * Share this video. ----------------------------------------­-------------------------------- Stay tuned, Stay connected


17. Katy Perry Sunflower Dress Sparks Controversy in China

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Katy Perry Sunflower Dress Sparks Controversy in China

Singer Katy Perry's fashion sense flared controversy following a recent show in Taiwan. Draped in a Taiwanese flag, while herself wrapped in a sunflower-laden dress, the 30-year-old entertainer's style rather than her words provoked a stout response from Chinese social media denouncing her fashion statement as a perceived political statement. E! News reported that many social media users from China viewed her ensemble as a pro-Taiwanese statement in light of the 2014 Sunflower Student Movement.


18. Protests in Hong Kong bring back memories of Sunflower Movement

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Protests in Hong Kong bring back memories of Sunflower Movement

The Hong Kong protests are reminiscent of the student-led Sunflower Movement that reached its height about half a year ago in Taiwan. Next we look at some of .\r\r\r\r\r\rDemonstrators take to the streets of Manhattan in solidarity with pro democracy protesters in Hong Kong. Rough Cut (no reporter narration). Subscribe: .\r\rBerlin, Germany (March 2014) Taiwan while not technically recognised by the United Nations as a country, is a self governed island. Taiwan which closely .


19. Student protesters end 24-day occupation of Taiwan's Parliament

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Student protesters end 24-day occupation of Taiwan's Parliament

Check out our official website: http://us.tomonews.net/ Check out our Android app: http://goo.gl/PtT6VD Check out our iOS app: http://bit.ly/1gO3z1f ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­---------------- Taiwan's sunflower protest finally came to an end yesterday when student protesters vacated Taiwan's parliament. The Sunflower movement started on March 18 when the hundreds of students occupied the legislature to protest against the government's proposed trade deal with China that was handled un-transparently. The standoff between President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) and the protesters lasted an unprecedented period of 24 days, the longest of Taiwan's history of social movements. Riot police clashed with the protesters on March 24th, which outraged Taiwanese society and led to a 500,000 person rally on Ketagalan Boulevard (凱達格蘭大道) in front of the Presidential Office on March 30th. The Sunflower movement raised Taiwanese awareness of the trade deal, leading to a national debate over whether the country is willing to open its market further with China. After Legislative Speaker Wang Jin-pyng's (王金平) promise Sunday to enact a law regulating the trade pact before resuming the process of deliberating the cross-strait service trade pact, the protesters finally agreed to hand back parliament. For the past three weeks, young protesters had expressed vibrant artistic creativity and took advantage of technology to start a protest relay with other Taiwanese students in 49 cities of 17 countries. Information on the protest was even translated into a total of 35 languages, while netizens raised a whopping $220,000 USD to purchase a full-page advertisement in New York Times. During the last couple days of the protests, student protesters cleaned the parliament building, winning the title of the most polite civil rights movement. ----------------------------------------­----------------------------------------­---------------- Welcome to TomoNews, where we animate the most entertaining news on the internets. Come here for an animated look at viral headlines, US news, celebrity gossip, salacious scandals, dumb criminals and much more! Subscribe now for daily news animations that will knock your socks off. Check out our Android app: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.nextmedia.gan Check out our iOS app: https://itunes.apple.com/app/tomonews/id633875353 For news that's fun and never boring, visit our channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/TomoNewsUS Subscribe to stay updated on all the top stories: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCt-WqkTyKK1_70U4bb4k4lQ?sub_confirmation=1 Stay connected with us here: Facebook http://www.facebook.com/TomoNewsUS Twitter @tomonewsus http://www.twitter.com/TomoNewsUS Google+ http://plus.google.com/+TomoNewsUS/ Instagram @tomonewsus http://instagram.com/tomonewsus