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Prosecutors filed an appeal against the prison sentence of seven years and four months for former Cabinet Secretary-General Lin Yi-shih, reports said Tuesday.
For the first time in his life, says New Taipei City deputy mayor Lee Shu-chuan, he can finally "feel the existence of the government", thanks to its tough stance against the Philippines in the spat over the fatal shooting of a Taiwanese fisherman.
"This is not the first time girls have been burned alive in the city. Every week I must learn of the untimely death of one of my sister workers.
Firm's new phones are due out this year; analysts fear it could face supply-chain obstacles and issues retraining workers Some of HTC's new devices will include cameras for low indoor lighting and come in metal casing instead of the usual plastic.
MANILA Three Filipinos are confirmed to have been attacked in Taiwan, amid continuing tension between Manila and Taipei over the death of a Taiwanese fisherman.
Opposition legislators have vowed to continue boycotting a plan by the ruling party to pass new rules enabling the opening of offices by the two representative organizations on each side of the Taiwan Strait.
A group of Taiwanese students launched a campaign yesterday to show support for Filipino workers in Taiwan amid growing tensions between the two countries over the killing of a Taiwanese fisherman on May 9. The students held posters and placards during a rally outside a Taipei church where migrant workers from the Philippines regularly gather to ... (more)
Thousands of Taiwanese marched through the capital Taipei on Sunday urging the government to halt construction of a nearly completed nuclear power plant, citing the Japanese atomic crisis.
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.
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.