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Taipei, March 13 Yen Da-ho, currently chief prosecutor of the Supreme Prosecutors Office, has been nominated to be the next state prosecutor-general, the Presidential Office announced Thursday.
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The Meeting With Bodhisattva performance will feature a mix of drama, dance, music, drumming, martial arts, chanting and some non-theatrical elements.
A Taiwanese man has been arrested on suspicion of sending threatening letters containing live mealworms and ceremonial money -- traditionally used in rituals for the dead -- to local celebrities, police said Wednesday.
Shanghai, March 12 Spring Airlines, a Shanghai-based budget carrier, will launch a "love flight" from Shanghai to Taipei Thursday, carrying seven Chinese men and seven Chinese women on an onboard blind date.
On the apocalyptic theme of The Second Round: "We try to see things globally, see things widely.
Taiwan's Parliament descended into chaos on Wednesday as a punch-up broke out between lawmakers over a trade agreement with former rival China.
"Stray Dogs," director Tsai Ming-liang's award-winning film about a homeless single father on the streets of Taipei struggling to support his two children, is set to hit theaters in France on March 12. European moviegoers have reportedly been keen to see the film since it won the Grand Jury Prize at the 70th Venice Film Festival last year, ... (more)
The Taipei International Cycle Show is about much more than handshakes and the ceremonious exchange of business cards.
Taipei, March 11 Premier Jiang Yi-huah praised local tycoon Samuel Yin Tuesday for creating what is being touted as the "Asian Nobel Prize," saying that the award might one day establish a place in the world for itself, given sufficient commitment.
Asus looks like a long-shot contender for scoring Google's first smartwatch manufacturer contract, but according to Chairman Jonney Shih, the wearable market entry is still a "must-face challenge".
The services were held at the Chung Shan Creative Hub in Taipei and in 's Fukushima Prefecture in commemoration of the victims of the disaster, said Lily Ikeda, the chief organizer of the Taipei memorial.
An exhibition that opened Monday in Taipei is showcasing props and recreated sets from the hit baseball film "Kano," which tells the true story of an underdog Taiwanese high school baseball team of the same name.
We continue to view Taiwan as a challenging market for multinationals, mostly on account of the difficult pricing and reimbursement environment, which is due to undergo further changes.
Taipei, March 10 The Ministry of Labor will not appeal a court ruling last Friday that went against the government in its bid to recoup loans paid to factory workers in the 1990s when their employers went bust, the ministry said Monday.