3 hrs ago | The China Post
A strong frontal boundary between cold and warm masses arrived in Taiwan yesterday and the Central Weather Bureau forecast that the frontal rainfall will linger above the island until May 23.
3 hrs ago | The China Post
Radio Taiwan International held its ninth annual Mandarin Speech Contest for Foreign Nationals' finale in Taipei yesterday, with Cleisha-Bernise Springer, an exchange student from Saint Lucia, taking away two prizes including overall champion.
7 hrs ago | The Peninsula
MANILA: Filipino workers in Taiwan have been advised to stay indoors as emotions continued to run high against the Philippines over the killing of a Taiwanese fisherman on May 9. Following the advice of Manila Economic and Cultural Office resident representative in Taipei Antonio Basilio, deputy presidential spokesperson Abigail Valte said the ... (more)
8 hrs ago | Yahoo!
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.
10 hrs ago | The China Post
After taking office three months ago, Premier Jiang Yi-huah and his Cabinet members are gearing up to introduce aggressive economic and financial policies to revive the domestic economy, as gross domestic product growth for the first quarter of the year lagged sharply behind expectations.
14 hrs ago | The China Post
Opposition lawmakers have yet to commit themselves to supporting proposed revisions to the stock gains tax regulation that are set to be reviewed tomorrow.
18 hrs ago | The China Post
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.
In other emission versions it is available globally... The Sprinter's character as an increasingly global vehicle is also reflected in its production locations.
The Philippine government Saturday rejected Taiwan's allegations that the Philippine Coast Guard had intentionally murdered a Taiwanese fisherman whose death has triggered a major diplomatic spat.
Former police officer Abner Afuang burns a replica of Taiwan's national flag as he protests against the mistreatment of Filipinos working overseas, along a main street of Manila on May 17, 2013.
Two overseas Filipino workers in Taiwan have been attacked by unidentified assailants armed with baseball bats, the Philippines' top official to Taipei said Friday.
MANILA Every month, 2,500 Filipinos leave for Taiwan and the numbers peak in the months of May and June when about 3,000 find jobs there mostly as factory workers, caretakers or domestic helpers.
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.
Ma was first sworn in as president on May 20, 2008, while his second and final term started on the same day last year.
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.
Killing frays relations between Taipei and Manila, but they have too much in common to let things spiral out of control A Kidd-class ship, the Makung, sails out of Kaohsiung Harbor on Taiwan as Taipei orders a military drill in response to the killing of a Taiwanese fisherman by Filipino coast guards Why and where Taiwanese fisherman Hung ... (more)