What do people in Taiwan think of President Donald Trump?

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Real estate tycoon Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States Friday amid protests and controversy. In order to gauge reaction to him on the stre...

World's oldest submarine to stay in service

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Work on the Navy’s 71-year-old Guppy II-class submarine will begin after the Lunar New Year in order to make it last at least until its 80th anniversary, reports sai...

Unfair-pension reform conference to be target of protests Sunday

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Traffic restrictions will be in force all of Sunday due to expected protests against a national conference to reform unfair pensions being held inside the Presidentia...

Trump will not sell out Taiwan: Yu

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – New United States President Donald Trump will not sell out Taiwan since the Taiwan Relations Act would bar him from doing so, ex-Premier Yu Shyi-kun said Friday he was tol...

Tsai calls for dialogue with China in letter to Pope Francis

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – President Tsai Ing-wen called on China to engage in positive dialogue in a January 5 letter to Pope Francis, the Presidential Office said Friday. The letter was a reply...

Taiwan should not worry about Trump: Yates

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan should not worry about new United States President Donald Trump’s policies as he would focus on trade issues, former White House official Stephen Yates said T...

KMT workers invade Executive Yuan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Nine members of a Kuomintang workers’ association were questioned by police after they tried to enter Premier Lin Chuan’s office during an unexpected protest, ...

U.S. troops could move to Taiwan from Okinawa: Trump adviser

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – John Bolton, a foreign policy adviser of United States President-elect Donald Trump, said U.S. troops could be stationed in Taiwan as a response to protests in Japan and t...

Ex-premier calls on China to choose peace

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Speaking in the United States where he will represent Taiwan at the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump, ex-Premier Yu Shyi-kun called on China’s President Xi ...

Hillary Clinton wanted to discuss ditching Taiwan: WikiLeaks

        TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – According to an alleged e-mail by Hillary Clinton published by WikiLeaks, the former United States Secretary of State was willing to discu...

U.S. Congress to discuss Taiwan Travel Act again

        TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Members of the United States House of Representatives are resubmitting a proposal to allow contacts at all levels between government offic...

Ex-premier to take stamps to Trump inauguration

        TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Former Premier Yu Shyi-kun said Friday he would take stamps with him to the presidential inauguration of Donald Trump to show the evolutio...

Hon Hai to invest in LCD plant in the U.S.: Nikkei

        TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd. and its Japanese subsidiary Sharp Corporation are considering building a liquid crystal display panel...

Taiwan sends coast guard ship to area disputed with Japan

        TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The Coast Guard said Thursday it was sending a patrol vessel to the Okinotori area after reports that five Taiwanese fishing trawlers had ...

Airport MRT to open for service before Feb. 11

        TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The Airport Mass Rapid Transit line will open to the public for a one-month test period sometime between the Lunar New Year, January 28, a...