PROTEST PREPARATIONS:National Taichung First Senior High School’s Apple Tree Commune Club said that it was making plans to put more pressure on the minister
Date: Jun 11, 2015
By: Su Meng-chuan / Staff reporter
Students yesterday urged Minister of Education Wu Se-hwa (吳思華) to answer questions
about controversial curriculum guidelines for textbooks “sincerely,” or risk seeing students take to the streets in protest.
The first of four planned meetings on campuses for students to communicate with the ministry over the proposed guidelines — to be implemented in August — was held at National Taichung First Senior High School on Tuesday night.
It ended in chaos at about 8pm at an entrance to the campus, where several dozen students stood hand-in-hand to block the car carrying Wu from leaving after the two-hour meeting. [FULL STORY]