Protestors stencil a sign onto the wall of Taiwan's Legislative Yuan (Parliament) building on the 4th day of its occupation by students opposed to the passing of the Cross-Straight Service and Trade Agreement between Taiwan China. The sign reads: 'When dictatorship becomes reality, revolution becomes our duty.' A caricature of Taiwan's President Ma ying-joeh hangs in the window. The students, and many normal Taiwanese, fear the erosion of their hard-won democracy and, eventually, independence, making them, in the words of one student protestor 'no better off than Hong Kong'. Ma ying-jeoh bears the brunt of the protestors ire; known as "Ma 9%" after his latest approval rating, he is seen as kowtowing to the demands of China and selling out Taiwan.