What has Taiwan's Sunflower Movement achieved a year on?

It is almost a year since students and activists occupied Taiwan's parliament, in protest at a controversial trade deal with China.

The so-called Sunflower Movement was sparked by increasing public unease over China's influence on the island's economy.

Taiwan's President Ma Ying-jeou insists that ties with China are now "back to normal", so what has the movement achieved?

Cindy Sui reports.

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