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Bank of Taiwan said yesterday that it is planning to send a second batch of NT$25 million in cash to China under the currency clearing mechanism set up across the Taiwan Strait.
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Philip Bowring says the anger at Philippines over the killing of a fisherman in disputed waters smacks of nationalistic chauvinism and will only aggravate regional tensions Philip Bowring has been based in Asia for 39 years writing on regional financial and political issues.
Director of International and Cross-Straits Legal Affairs of Taiwan Chen Wen-chi , shows a copy of the letter-of-apology by the Philippine government during a news conference on Saturday May 18, 2013 at Taipei Economic and Cultural Office at the financial district of Makati city, east of Manila, Philippines.
Two overseas Filipino workers in Taiwan have been attacked by unidentified assailants armed with baseball bats, the Philippines' top official to Taipei said Friday.
Vendors warned yesterday that the price of poultry might increase in June due to an increase in electricity prices that have resulted from the ban on the slaughter of fowl in traditional markets.
Taipei, May 17 The 59 bullet holes found in a Taiwan fishing boat are strong evidence that the Philippine official vessel took a human life in violation of international law and practice, Foreign Minister David Lin said Friday.
The screening enjoyed a very well-received response at the Theatre Croisette and generated an energy and interest for Taiwan Cinema.
Museums in Taiwan are set to host a series of events May 18 ranging from treasure hunts to sleepovers to celebrate International Museum Day.
Pingtung,TAIWAN - Taiwan policemen inspect bullet holes on the damaged "Guang Ta Hsin 28 " fishing boat at Liuqiu harbor, southern Pingtung county early on May 11, 2013.
In this photo taken on April 22, 2013, new recruits practice charging with bayonets at a military training center in Hsinchu County, northern Taiwan.
Taipei, May 16 An envoy sent by Philippine President Benigno Aquino III on a fence-mending visit was denied a request Thursday to visit the family of a fisherman who was shot dead by a Philippine government vessel last week.
The premiere of the Directors' Fortnight-backed "Taipei Factory" marks the latest effort for film festivals to extend their pedigrees as creators as much as curators.
Analysts expect Washington to tread cautiously in the row between two of its Asian allies over the killing of a Taiwanese fisherman by the Philippine coastguard.
A Taiwanese eatery famed for its dumplings was crowned Asia's best restaurant, while restaurants in Beijing claimed the lion's share of spots in the top ten of a new survey of the food-obsessed region's best dining.
Dr. Matthew Liao-Troth, interim provost and vice president for academic affairs and Dr.