I'm an Australian photographer based out of Taipei, Taiwan.
A Buddhist monk carries a No Nukes sign.
Pastors from Taiwan's Presbyterian Church have long been politically active. They are protesting nuclear power in Taipei.
A man carries a sign showing the locations of northern Taiwan's three nuclear plants and their respective distance to Greater Taipei and its 7 million people.
Su Tseng-chang, chairman of the opposition DPP talks to the media at an anti-nuclear rally in Taipei, Taiwan.
Tens of thousands took to the streets of Taipei in an anti-nuclear protest. Timed to coincide with the second anniversary of Japan's Fukushima disaster, the rally called for a halt to the under-construction fourth nuclear plant as well as the shutdown of the three operating plants. The rally came just days after the government announced that a referendum would be held over halting construction on the fourth power plant.