'Free Hong Kong, Tibet': Anti-China protests in Taiwan on Chinese National Day

Protests break out in Taiwan on China's national day which marks the founding of PRC. Hong Hongers & Tibetans living in Taiwan hit streets against Beijing's oppression in Hong Kong, Tibet. Protesters called for the independence of both Tibet and Hong Kong from Chinese control. Protesters were holding flags of Tibet & Taiwan and placards to register their protest against China. Protesters sprayed black paint on a portrait of Chinese President Xi Jinping. Protesters also smeared the flag of china with a black paint to express their anger. Taiwan is traditionally a bastion of anti-China sentiment which has seen mass protests against the communist state in the past.

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