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Chien-Chi Chang - TAIWAN. Election.
TAIWAN. Taipei. Saturday, March 18, 2000. Military Police protect president Lee Teng-hui's residence in Taipei. Undeterred by China's threats of war, Taiwan vot
TAIWAN. Taipei. Saturday, March 18, 2000. Protestors in front of president Lee's residence, asking Lee to step down as chairman of the ruling KMT party. Undeter...
TAIWAN. 2000. Taipei. Furious with the defect in the election, a supporter of the independant candidate James Soong demonstrates outside the ruling party's head
TAIWAN. 2000. Unhappy with the result of the election, protesters turn the streets of Taipei into chaos for five days.
TAIWAN. 2000. In response to the disgruntled protesters, police react with club and shields.
TAIWAN. Taipei. Saturday, March 18, 2000. Supporters of president-elect Chen Shui-Bian. Undeterred by China's threats of war, Taiwan voters elected Pro-Indepen
TAIWAN. Taipei. 2000. Military police guard the entrance of the president's residence from protestors who are dissatisfied with the election result in which the