Tens of thousands of slogan-chanting Taiwanese took to Taipei's streets on Sunday to protest at the government's economic record in one of the biggest rallies organised by the main opposition in recent years.
Su Tseng-chang (centre) -- the chairman of Taiwan's main opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) -- chants slogans during a demonstration in Taipei on January 13, 2013. Tens of thousands of slogan-chanting people took to the Taipei streets against the government's economic record in one of the biggest protests organised by the main opposition in recent years.
The march, which stretched for miles, began after Su Tseng-chang, chairman of the Democratic Progressive Party, led the crowd in shouting: "People are furious at Ma."
This article is older than 60 days, which we reserve for our premium members only.You can subscribe to our premium member subscription, here.