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November 2014-Democracy in China's Shadow

Today Hong Kong, Tomorrow Taiwan?

When students in Taiwan occupied the Legislative Yuan - in what became known as the Sunflower Movement - earlier this year to protest against a proposed trade pact with the Mainland, "Today Hong Kong, Tomorrow Taiwan" was a common refrain. Varsity looks at the lessons and insights that activists in the two places gain from looking at developments in Hong Kong and Taiwan.

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