Category Archives: Legal-Judicial

Works by renowned Taiwan writer published in Malay: official

| April 23, 2019 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Kuala Lumpur, A collection of short stories by renowned Taiwanese scholar and writer Yeh Shih-tao has been translated and published in Malay, further strengthening cultural exchanges between the two countries, according to a Tainan City cultural offic…

Taiwan facing unprecedented challenges from China: official

| April 21, 2019 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Taipei, Taiwan’s democracy is facing unprecedented challenges from China, Taiwan’s Minister without Portfolio responsible for digital technology Audrey Tang said during a trip in the United States, describing the situation as “precarious.”Tang sounde…

AIT reiterates U.S.’ neutrality after Gou announces presidential bid

| April 18, 2019 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Taipei, The United States will work with whoever wins Taiwan’s 2020 presidential election, American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Chairman James Moriarty reiterated Thursday, a day after Taiwanese tycoon Terry Gou (???) announced his intention to compete …

KMT welcomes Terry Gou’s presidential bid

| April 17, 2019 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Taipei, A decision by Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Chairman Terry Gou’s to seek the opposition Kuomintang’s (KMT) nomination as its 2020 presidential candidate has been welcomed within in the party, with some members proposing changes to the eligibi…

Taiwan’s Tai, Chou advance to semis at Singapore Open

| April 12, 2019 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Singapore, Taiwanese badminton elites Tai Tzu-ying and Chou Tien-chen both managed to stave off their staunch opponents on Friday to secure a slot in the semifinals at the 2019 Singapore Open.In the women’s singles event, world No. 1 Tai opened the ga…

Taiwan’s Tai, Chou advance to semis at Singapore Open

| April 12, 2019 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Singapore, Taiwanese badminton elites Tai Tzu-ying and Chou Tien-chen both managed to stave off their staunch opponents on Friday to secure a slot in the semifinals at the 2019 Singapore Open.In the women’s singles event, world No. 1 Tai opened the ga…

Filipinos appeals for visa-free extension from Taiwan

| April 11, 2019 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Manila, People and tourism-related sectors in Taiwan and the Philippines are calling on the Taiwan government to extend its visa-free treatment of Filipinos, which ends at the end of July.Taiwan Representative to the Philippines Michael Peiyung Hsu to…

Yehliu Geopark to host light shows, music concerts

| April 8, 2019 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Taipei, Yehliu Geopark on Taiwan’s north coast, known for its unique geological formations, will host light shows and music for a second year starting April 19, allowing tourists to see its landmark rock formation, the Queen’s Head, at night, accordin…

Taiwan’s No. 3 nuclear power plant unaffected by earthquake

| April 6, 2019 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Taipei Taiwan’s No. 3 nuclear power plant was not affected by a magnitude 4.4 earthquake that hit southern Taiwan, where the facility is located, Saturday morning, according to Taiwan Power Co. (Taipower).All three nuclear power plants operating in Tai…

Taiwanese group criticizes LSE for labeling Taiwan part of China

| April 4, 2019 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Taipei, A group of Taiwanese students and researchers in London on Thursday demanded the London School of Economics (LSE) reverse a decision to change a sculpture on its campus in a way that implies Taiwan is part of China.Formosa salon, a Facebook gr…

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