Taiwan's parliament vandalized after opposition leaders occupy to register protest
Amid the external threat from China, Taiwan has started to feel the heat of internal threats. A chaos like situation was created in the country's parliament after the opposition members occupied it in protest of what they called government "tyranny". What followed next was the vandalism of the parliament. KMT, which has close relations with China, said it was protesting against President Tsai Ing-wen for forcing through bills.