Taiwan sets up website, hotline for sexual assault, harassment victims
Taipei, March 15 (CNA) Taiwan is joining the "Me Too" movement that has become a global campaign to raise awareness of the prevalence of sexual assault and harassment, by setting up a website and hotline to give victims of such crimes a platform to stand up and be heard.
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