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Protesters in Taiwan blame new leadership for sluggish tourism

Taiwan’s tourism industry is feeling the heat following the decrease of the number of visitors from the Chinese mainland. Around 10,000 people in tourism-related businesses took to the streets in Taipei on Monday morning to protest against the current situation. They blamed their economic woes on the politics of the island’s leader Tsai Ing-wen, who took office in May. CCTV’s Yu Li explains why they’re so angry.

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