Lev Nachman, a PhD student at the University of California, Irvine and a Fulbright scholar who studies Taiwanese politics, said there is a "long history" of brawling in Taiwan's parliament and that older KMT voters who remember the fight scenes from decades ago might appreciate the display. Younger voters, he said, "would think it's an embarrassment."

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