Random attacks point to youth alienation, loneliness: experts

07/21/2015 06:49 PM
To activate the text-to-speech service, please first agree to the privacy policy below.

Taipei, July 21 (CNA) The two random attacks that occurred in Taiwan on Monday are products of isolation, alienation and loneliness suffered by young people in today's society, experts in the country said Tuesday.


(Full text of the story is now in CNA English news archive. To view the full story, you will need to be a subscribed member of the CNA archive. To subscribe, please read here.)

    We value your privacy.
    Focus Taiwan (CNA) uses tracking technologies to provide better reading experiences, but it also respects readers' privacy. Click here to find out more about Focus Taiwan's privacy policy. When you close this window, it means you agree with this policy.