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President Tsai lauds contributions of Taiwan medical missions

President Tsai Ing-wen said March 18 that the work of Taiwan medical missions in providing services in diplomatic allies and partner nations around the world spotlights the country's commitment to strengthening...

Taiwan removed from EU noncooperative tax watchlist

Taiwan was removed from the EU's noncooperative jurisdiction for tax purposes watchlist March 12, reflecting the effectiveness of government measures in bringing local rules and regulations in line with global ...

Taiwan, Eswatini ink 6-year US$12.7 million MOU on health care...

Taiwan and Eswatini concluded a six-year US$12.7 million memorandum of understanding on health care improvement in the African nation, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs March 13. Signed by ROC (Taiwa...

Taiwan, Eswatini ink 6-year US$12.7 million MOU on health care...

Taiwan and Eswatini concluded a six-year US$12.7 million memorandum of understanding on health care improvement in the African nation, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs March 13. Signed by ROC (Taiwa...

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Press Release of the National Palace Museum (to explain to...

This (20) day is the first time that the President of the Forbidden City, Wu Micha, took office and went to the Education and Culture Committee of the Legislative Yuan for a business report and asked questions....

National Palace Museum Press Release

In response to some electronic and print media on this (19th) day, the Court's clarifications on the false or misleading reports and comments on the public hearings of the "Northern Campus Expansion Project" of...

NTU math professor wins Taiwan female science award

A mathematics professor from Taipei City-based National Taiwan University is winner of the 2019 Taiwan Outstanding Women in Science Award for her research in geometric analysis. Lee Yng-ing is recognized as a l...

Facebook Still Working to Remove All Videos of New Zealand...

Facebook is continuing to work to remove all video of the mass shooting in New Zealand which the perpetrator livestreamed Friday, the company said Sunday."We will continue working directly with New Zealand Poli...

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Facebook Still Working to Remove All Videos of New Zealand...

Facebook is continuing to work to remove all video of the mass shooting in New Zealand which the perpetrator livestreamed Friday, the company said Sunday."We will continue working directly with New Zealand Poli...

Tibet Supporters Mark 60th Anniversary of Failed Uprising Against China

Sunday marks the 60th anniversary of Tibet's failed uprising against China.The abortive mission forced the Dalai Lama, Tibet's traditional Buddhist leader, into exile in mountainous Dharamsala, in India, where ...

Japanese Woman Honored by Guinness as Oldest Person at 116

TOKYO A 116yearold Japanese woman who loves playing the board game Othello was honored Saturday as the world's oldest living person by Guinness World Records.The global authority on records officially recogniz...

China’s Huawei Sues US Government Over Ban

BEIJING Chinese tech giant Huawei has sued the U.S. government, arguing that legislation Congress passed last year restricting its business in the United States is "unconstitutional."The case, which analysts s...

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Most new job seekers treated inappropriately in interviews: poll

Taipei, More than 80 percent of new graduates revealed they were asked inappropriate questions while more than 20 percent said they were sexually harassed during one-on-one job interviews, according to a survey...

HTC flagship U12+ phone to have VR and blockchain technology

Taipei, Taiwan-based smartphone HTC Corp. is planning to incorporate virtual reality and blockchain technology into its latest flagship smartphone model, the HTC U12+.Darren Chen (???), head of HTC Taiwan, said...

DPP lawmaker thanks U.S. congressmen for support of Taiwan

Taipei, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) legislator Yu Wan-ju (???), part of a delegation of Taiwanese lawmakers visiting the United States, thanked her U.S. counterparts for supporting Taiwan Friday."Many th...

Report: Asia-Pacific Factories Lead in Using Digital Technology

HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM She may not be the warmest waitress, but she serves a nice, hot cup of Joe at a cafe on the outskirts of Ho Chi Minh City.Though this robotic barista is still getting help from her h...