Day: October 6, 2019

Complaint filed over removal of pro-Hong Kong messages on campus

| October 6, 2019 | | 0

Taipei-A Hong Kong student at National Taiwan University of Arts filed a complaint with police Sunday against two Chinese students who tore down messages posted on campus in support of the ongoing democracy movement in …

Major Filipino fraternity celebrates 51st anniversary in Taichung

| October 6, 2019 | | 0

Taipei-Hundreds of Filipinos from one of the Philippines' largest fraternities gathered in Taichung on Sunday to celebrate the organization's 51st anniversary with rap music, hip hop dance, and traditional food.

Tau Gamma Phi, otherwise known …

Nanmen Market to close for renovation after 38 years

| October 6, 2019 | | 0

Taipei-Taipei's Nanmen Market, one of the best known markets in Taiwan for traditional Chinese foods and ingredients, was crowded with shoppers on the last day it was open Sunday before being torn down and rebuilt …

Japan Airlines flight delayed nearly 8 hours at Taoyuan airport

| October 6, 2019 | | 0

Taipei-A Japan Airlines flight at Taoyuan International Airport has been delayed nearly eight hours after the aircraft was slightly damaged Sunday morning as it was being towed to the gate ahead of being boarded.

No …

Tropical Storm Hagibis not expected to directly affect Taiwan

| October 6, 2019 | | 0

Taipei-A tropical depression east of Guam was upgraded to Tropical Storm Hagibis on Sunday morning, but it is not expected to directly affect Taiwan, according to Central Weather Bureau (CWB) projections.

As of 8 a.m. …

Crime series wins big at Golden Bell Awards’ television category

| October 6, 2019 | | 0

Taipei-Taiwanese television crime series, "The World Between Us (???????)," scooped up six major prizes at the 54th Golden Bell Awards' category for television programming on Saturday, including the award for Best Television Series.

"The World …

2020 Elections: DPP, KMT both aim for majority in legislative race

| October 6, 2019 | | 0

Taipei-Taiwan's two major political parties are hoping to clinch a majority in the January 2020 legislative elections, but their calculations may be complicated by the growing number of smaller parties and an unorthodox political partnership.…

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