Published: Aug 07, 2022
Beijing residents feel confident that the purpose of the four-day military exercises around Taiwan in reaction to a visit by the US House speaker to the island is achieved, while residents in Hsinchu, Taiwan are unfazed as the drills were due to end on Sunday.
Published: Aug 03, 2022
Around 70 captivating paper artworks from two talented Taiwanese artists are on display at Suan Sunandha Rajabhat University, highlighting the beauty of the island’s paper craft that portray ecological diversity and nature-friendly ideas.
Published: Jun 09, 2022
Amid the increasing number of victims, Gogolook, a leading TrustTech company based in Taiwan and Whoscall App developer, is stepping up the fight against telecom and online scams in Thailand by creating the country’s first anti-fraud platform.
Published: Oct 10, 2021
Taiwan will not "bow to pressure" from China for reunification, President Tsai Ing-wen said in a speech Sunday before a parade and military ceremony marking Taiwans National Day.
Published: Jan 10, 2020
TAIPEI (CNA) — Taiwan’s government has advised its nationals to avoid traveling to Iraq and some parts of Iran and urged Taiwanese who are already in those areas to leave immediately, as tension between Iran and the United States escalate.
Published: Jun 19, 2019
Police said on Wednesday that former popstar Prissana or Priscilla “Pookie” Gemelli has yet to implicate anybody in relation to her drug-trafficking charges, though they still need to investigate the origins of the Bt10 million that circulated via her bank account over the past two or three years.
Published: Mar 23, 2019
Japan has shelved plans to deport a gay Taiwanese man in a long-term relationship, his lawyers said, telling local media the decision was a step towards legal protection for same-sex couples in the socially conservative country.