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Beijing’s security law for Hong Kong spares no one: activist

Washington, Beijing’s security law for Hong Kong spares no one, Samuel Chu (朱牧民), the first non-Chinese citizen reportedly wanted by the special administrative region’s police under that law, warned Saturday. Chu was born in Hong Kong and became an American...
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Wanted Hong Kong activist-in-exile vows to continue push for democracy

Berlin,) Hong Kong activist-in-exile Ray Wong (黃台仰) believes he and five others have been put on a Hong Kong wanted list for violating the national security law to deter overseas Hongkongers from building groups that promote democracy there. The 26-year-...
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World No. 1 female badminton player wins match against man

Kaohsiung,  World No. 1 female badminton player Tai Tzu-ying (戴資穎) won her first match against a male rival in Kaohsiung on Sunday in an eight-day competition organized to keep Taiwan’s Olympic-caliber athletes sharp. Tai’s last internationa...
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Top presidential aide resigns amid nephew’s bribery allegations

Taipei,  Top presidential aide Su Jia-chyuan (蘇嘉全) tendered his resignation Sunday amid bribery allegations targeting his nephew, and the Presidential Office swiftly approved the move later in the day. Su’s role as the Presidential Office’s ...
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Taiwan sees new COVID-19 case while following-up on mystery case

Taipei,  Taiwan health authorities reported one new COVID-19 case Sunday, while continuing to test those who may have come into contact with a Belgian national to learn more about how he ended up testing positive for the disease. The Belgian...
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149 foreign professionals naturalized as Taiwanese since 2017

Taipei,  A total of 149 foreign nationals have obtained Taiwanese nationality since the government amended the Nationality Act in December 2016 to recruit and retain top talent from around the world, the Ministry of the Interior (MOI) said Sunday. The...
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Mask rationing program to be in effect until year’s end: CECC

Taipei,  The government’s face mask rationing program will stay in effect until at least the end of this year to ensure equitable distribution of masks in Taiwan, Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) spokesman Chuang Jen-hsiang (莊人祥) said Sunday...
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AI project on food by Taiwanese-Malaysian student awarded

Taipei,  A Taipei high school student was recently honored for a project combining Malaysian cuisine and artificial intelligence sponsored by a government program for the children of new immigrants, the National Immigration Agency (NIA) said Sunday. The &#822...
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Chinese medicine doctor suspended for toxic prescriptions

Taichung,  A doctor at a Taichung-based traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) clinic has been suspended for prescribing drugs containing heavy metals that led to lead poisoning in at least nine patients. The city’s Health Bureau has suspended the Sheng Tan...
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