Second Chinese tourist deported for destroying Lennon Wall

Radio Taiwan International
Date: 29 October, 2019
By: Natalie Tso

Another mainland Chinese tourist has been deported after he was caught destroying a Lennon Wall in Taichung. Lennon Walls have become a part of Taiwan’s landscape as a way for people to show their support for Hong Kong protesters.

The 35-year-old Chinese man, surnamed Hu, was arrested after he was caught taking down posters on the Lennon Wall at an underpass in Taichung on Sunday. He was in Taiwan on a business visa and was planning to stay in Taiwan for a week. But he got deported by the authorities on Monday and is banned from returning for five years.

Hu was also ordered to pay NT$30,000 to charity and receive instruction on the rule of law before he left. He received the 30-minute instruction and admitted his wrongdoing before he was deported on Monday.    [FULL  STORY]

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