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President Tsai arrives in Belize, receives warm welcome

Belize City, President Tsai Ing-wen (???) arrived in Belize on Thursday afternoon and received a warm welcome in the Central American country, one of Taiwan's 18 diplomatic allies.After wrapping up a three-day visit to Paraguay, Tsai arrived in Belize ...
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85? cafe incident ‘worst kind of bullying’: ex-AIT head

Taipei, A former chairman of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) has described the latest onslaught launched by Chinese netizens against a cafe chain that President Tsai Ing-wen (???) visited as "the worst kind of bullying."In an interview with the ...
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Taiwan shares close down 0.40%

Taipei, Taiwan shares closed down 44.39 points, or 0.40 percent, at 10,983.68 Friday on turnover of NT$123.33 billion (US$4.02 billion).Source: Focus Taiwan News Channel
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Combination of Chinese, Western medicine found to combat ADHD

Taipei, A doctor who specializes in Chinese medicine said Thursday that electroacupuncture derived from traditional Chinese medicine combined with behavior therapy prescribed by Western medicine eases most symptoms of attention deficit hyperactivity di...
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Private air ambulance services begin for Taiwan’s outlying islands

Taipei, Premier Lai Ching-te (???) promised Wednesday to strengthen medical talent cultivation and improve medical resource efficiency for Taiwan's outlying islands, while witnessing the launch of aircraft emergency medevac services by private airlines...
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Precautions taken for possible airline strike: MOTC

Taipei, Transportation Minister Wu Hong-mo (???) said Tuesday that his ministry and the labor ministry are working together to intervene in the current dispute between pilots and the airlines that employ them -- China Airlines and EVA Airways -- to pre...
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Taiwan shares end slightly higher; TSMC falls but rebounds slightly

Taipei, Shares in Taiwan moved slightly higher at the end of Monday's trading session as non-high tech stocks took the spotlight from the sluggish electronics sector, helping the broader market end above the previous closing level, dealers said.Shares ...
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Plaintiffs in plasticizer lawsuit awarded nearly NT$4 million

Taipei, Plaintiffs in a class action lawsuit against a group of food product suppliers were on Friday awarded nearly NT$4 million (US$13,115) in damages Friday.The Supreme Court upheld the NT$3.94 million in compensation awarded by the Taiwan High Cour...
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Returning to nuclear energy ‘specious,’ ‘outworn’: president

Taipei, President Tsai Ing-wen (???) rebuffed Thursday the argument that Taiwan should continue to use nuclear energy until the renewable energy industry matures, saying that Taiwan will not face power shortages after it goes nuclear-free by 2025.Recen...
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