September 9 The campaign to oust Taiwanese President Chen Shui-bian starts with some 200,000 protesters rallying outside the Presidential Office to demand his resignation over a string of corruption allegations against him, his family and the government. September 12 Premier Wen Jiabao refuses to comment on the anti-Chen campaign in Taiwan, saying Beijing would leave the people of Taiwan to solve the problem. September 15 More than 380,000 red-clad anti-Chen protesters encircle the Presidential Office and the president's nearby office in their symbolic 'besiege the city' protest. September 16 Around 60,000 supporters of Mr Chen rally in front of the Presidential Office. Some supporters storm sites where two TV stations are broadcasting, accusing the stations of bias and stopping them from beaming signals. September 20 Six people are injured and 13 arrested after Mr Chen's supporters storm a sit-in by anti-Chen protesters in southern Taiwan cities, marking the first bloodshed since the start of the protests on September 9. September 25 Kuomintang chairman Ma Ying-jeou calls on the ruling Democratic Progressive Party to support a renewed initiative to hold an island-wide referendum on ousting Mr Chen . September 29 Campaign leader Shih Ming-teh leads the eight-day island-wide campaign to southern cities, including the Democratic Progressive Party's strongholds of Kaohsiung and Pingtung, where they will stage demonstrations similar to those already held outside the Presidential Office in Taipei. September 30 Chen Shui-bian addresses rally in Kaohsiung, pledging to press for a new constitution.