Taiwan Protests Can't Stop China Trade

Taiwan Protests Can't Stop China Trade

There are 2 comments on the Wall Street Journal story from Apr 7, 2014, titled Taiwan Protests Can't Stop China Trade. In it, Wall Street Journal reports that:

Taiwan's anti-trade protesters, fearful of more open commerce with China, appear unlikely to stop stronger economic ties between the neighbors.

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Shenzhen, China

#1 Apr 7, 2014
Bunch of children on the wrong side of history.
John Luke


#2 Apr 7, 2014
Taiwan and Hong Kong separatists are mingling recently.

They support each other this time in both places to fight against the trade pact.

Of course, Hong Kong's separatist group is very small and marginal.

Lets ask Taiwanese people this. Can this extremely small group of Hong Kong extremists represent all people of Hong Kong?

But Taiwan's separatists and media tell Taiwanese people that all Hong Kong people hate China and want to go against the trade pact.

A gross misrepresentation!

If you are a Taiwanese, would you want to mingle with them? Are they decent people?


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