I wonder how many of these people (or their parents) walking on the CKS monument across the cordon were true Greens.
As part of the so-called rectification campaign, the DPP has proposed changing the nature of this structure and the grounds surrounding it (including demolishing the walls around the park) and renaming it Taiwan Democracy Hall.
Could it be that these people were jumping the gun in showing their democracy? Or were they just be Taiwanese, that is, breaking the rules because they could...
I just hope the art on the structure survives the onslaught of future walkers.