China Times: Is it a lawmaker's job to question an official's posture?
Culture Minister Lung Ying-tai wore sneakers recently to a legislative hearing, knowing that she would have to stand for eight hours to answer lawmakers' questions. Some opposition legislators were not happy about that, and they also demanded to know why she was leaning on her hands with her elbows on the rostrum while she was being questioned.
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