Labour rights activists protesting against changes to Taiwan’s Labour Standards Act burn the logo of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party after a scuffle with police outside the parliament building in Taipei on December 6. Photo: EPA Labour rights activists protesting against changes to Taiwan’s Labour Standards Act burn the logo of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party after a scuffle with police outside the parliament building in Taipei on December 6. Photo: EPA
Labour rights activists protesting against changes to Taiwan’s Labour Standards Act burn the logo of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party after a scuffle with police outside the parliament building in Taipei on December 6. Photo: EPA
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Labour rights activists protesting against changes to Taiwan’s Labour Standards Act burn the logo of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party after a scuffle with police outside the parliament building in Taipei on December 6. Photo: EPA Labour rights activists protesting against changes to Taiwan’s Labour Standards Act burn the logo of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party after a scuffle with police outside the parliament building in Taipei on December 6. Photo: EPA
Labour rights activists protesting against changes to Taiwan’s Labour Standards Act burn the logo of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party after a scuffle with police outside the parliament building in Taipei on December 6. Photo: EPA
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