Although the mayor and mayor of the front desk, Lin Jialong, the current Minister of Transportation, said on Facebook that he has instructed Taiwan Railways to provide public sharing, including migrant workers, as much as possible under the premise of evacuation and safety. However, whether to open the station hall to sit on the ground still continues the 2012 Taiwan Railway Red Dragon dispute, and the deadlock between the two sides insists on their own opinions. 1.
The renewal of ASEAN Plaza and ghost mannequin effect service the relocation of immigrant workers The controversy of sitting on the ground is no stranger to me as a child in Taichung. Having lived in downtown Taichung for more than 20 years, I went out of high school to Donghai to study for a master's degree, and then returned to the city after graduation. The bustling and pompous Central District business district that I was used to is no longer, replaced by ghost ships , foreign workers and the declining Central District. .
In 2014, the newly appointed Taichung City Government set the regeneration goal of the Central District to set a crowd ratio of 6:3:1 among migrant workers, Taiwanese and international tourists. Area hardware facilities. At that time, there were many migrant workers from Southeast Asia sitting on the grounds of the First Square and the Green River Square in front, picnicking, partying, and singing.