|DPP Chairman Su Tseng-chang on Thursday|
As the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) prepares to hold its ‘Fury’ mass rally against the government tomorrow, many people in Taiwan and abroad are anxious to learn more about the alternatives the DPP can propose to the President Ma Ying-jeou administration’s policies. Taipei Times staff reporters Chris Wang and J. Michael Cole discussed those issues with DPP Chairman Su Tseng-chang on Thursday.
Our 55-minute Q&A, published today in the Taipei Times, continues here. Part two of the interview, during which Su talks about the sovereignty disputes in the East and South China Sea, as well as regional trade, can be accessed here.