Pro-unification activist said to berate Japanese

Taiei Times
Date: Nov 27, 2016
By: Shen Pei-yao and William Hetherington / Staff reporter, with staff writer

In the second such incident reported in one week, a member of the pro-unification Patriot Association (愛國同心會) allegedly berated Japanese students and their tour guide outside Taipei 101 on Thursday, insulting them in both Chinese and Japanese.

A Taiwanese tour guide working with a group of Japanese tourists subsequently dialled 110 to summon emergency services after the high-school-aged tourists were verbally attacked by a member of the Patriot Association who is said to be a regular outside the building handing out brochures.

The tourists were making their way to Taipei 101 at about 1pm when the incident occurred.

According to a tour guide surnamed Fan (范), when the group arrived at the building, he and three Japanese teachers encountered the man associated with the Patriot Association.    [FULL  STORY]

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