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A Taiwanese Mafia Boss’s Funeral Procession

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao Hsiung funeral procession.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao Hsiung funeral procession.

From QQ and Mop:

Taiwanese crime lord funeral procession. 20,000 people send him off

According to a TVBS report, police obtained information that a crime lord known as “Silly Face” Lee Zhaoxiong [Lee Chao-hsiung] who died last month of liver cancer will have a funeral procession on the 26th, learning that there will be 20,000 figures from various factions , and therefore have dispatched hundreds of police.

Also on Tianya and Sina.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao Hsiung funeral procession.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao Hsiung funeral procession.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao-hsiung (Li Zhaoxiong) funeral procession.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao-hsiung (Li Zhaoxiong) funeral procession.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao-hsiung (Li Zhaoxiong) funeral procession.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao-hsiung (Li Zhaoxiong) funeral procession.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao-hsiung (Li Zhaoxiong) funeral procession.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao-hsiung (Li Zhaoxiong) funeral procession.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao-hsiung (Li Zhaoxiong) funeral procession.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao-hsiung (Li Zhaoxiong) funeral procession.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao-hsiung (Li Zhaoxiong) funeral procession.

Some more English information at EastSouthWestNorth.

Comments from QQ:

腾讯黄冈市网友:

This is obviously a deputy to the National People’s Congress. There isn’t even a single stretched Lincoln limousine, Taiwanese people are so unfashionable.

腾讯网友:

The biggest gangster is the government.

腾讯自贡市网友:

What is good~~~what is evil~~~
I feel this kind of person have the support of the people more than certain or even the majority of government officials.

腾讯南宁市网友:

When our village head passed away, the scene was far more magnificent than this…

腾讯莆田市网友:

Black and white [evil and good], is something people decide, what is white and what is black, to judge a person China has an old saying: Don’t pass judgment until the end.
A soldier who does not want to be a general is not a good soldier, every profession has its leaders.
The winner becomes king and the loser the invader [winners write history].
Don’t go judging the dead, as big brother is also a person, and all people are the same. Everyone asks why is there black society [organized crime], but clearly there is a reason for their existence. A business.
Big brother, rest in peace!

腾讯上海市网友:

You think there are some good people in Taiwan’s criminal gangs? How many people in these gangs aren’t supporters of Taiwanese independence~? When the day comes that the People’s Liberation Army goes over, those stabbing the People’s Liberation army in the backs will definitely be the island’s gangsters, and at that time, the first organizations to be destroyed by the People’s Liberation Army will definitely be this bunch of dark and swarthy bastards.

腾讯郑州市网友:

What is this promoting? Black and white? Evil and good? Ugly and beauty? Can the news reporters please stop “educating” the next generation like this! Cupware

腾讯网友:

All of you little hooligans/thugs in society right now, take a good look: This is your example. If you’re going to be a gangster, then at least achieve something. If you can get to this level, I will respect you. But if you are a gangster that only know how to bully women and children, then I think sooner or later you will go back to the countryside and be a farmer!

腾讯山东省网友:

Look at how low key Taiwanese little brothers are, their hairstyles not as wild as mainland students.

腾讯邯郸市网友:

Garbage, the mainland would never allow this kind of scene to happen.

腾讯江苏省网友:

By 2012, everyone will die.

Taiwanese crime lord Lee Chao-hsiung (Li Zhaoxiong) funeral procession.

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Written by Fauna

Fauna is a mysterious young Shanghainese girl who lives in the only place a Shanghainese person would ever want to live: Shanghai. In mid-2008, she started chinaSMACK to combine her hobby of browsing Chinese internet forums with her goal of improving her English. Through her tireless translation of popular Chinese internet news and phenomenon, her English has apparently gotten dramatically better. At least, reading and writing-wise. Unfortunately, she's still not confident enough to have written this bio, about herself, by herself.

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