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Taiwan’s “Protesting King” Sihai’s dead body in Beishi Park

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At 8:38 a.m. Taiwan time on the 21st, someone called the police, saying that someone was lying in a car next to the basketball court in Qianshan Park, Jianguo Street, Beito District, Taipei City. Apparently dead, police learned that the deceased was 66-year-old K Sihai, and the cause of death is yet to be investigated.

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K Sihai was involved in his own lawsuits in the 1990s. He often stood behind interviewers and held up protest signs on the scene of media interviews, attracting attention. As a result, he was nicknamed the “King of Protests” and became famous for himself. This.

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Sihai, the king of protest, had spent the night in a park during his lifetime. (Photo from this newspaper)

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Suffering from Parkinson’s disease in recent years, he was once seen in and out of public bathrooms in Qianshan Park, Yangmingshan, Taipei. He was suspected of sleeping in the tea room of the management office. He was thin and depressed, but he denied living there, saying that he frequently went to the hot spring for medical treatment. Unexpectedly, it became his final destination.


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