Taiwan to deport 3D-printed gun maker Cody Wilson within 48 hours: reports

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - American 3D-printed gun maker Cody Wilson could be on his way back to the United States within the next 48 hours, and maybe as soon as Saturday night, according to media reports...

Breaking News: Taiwan police arrest American 3D-printed gun maker Cody Wilson

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - Police arrested American 3D-printed gun advocate Cody Wilson in Taipei City’s Wanhua District Friday evening, just a day after it became known he was wanted in Texas for p...

AIT cancels US 3D-printed gun maker Cody Wilson's passport to prevent him from fleeing Taiwan 

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- The passport of American 3D-printed gun maker, Cody Wilson, has been canceled to prevent him from fleeing Taiwan, as he is wanted in Texas for allegedly sexually assaulting a 1...

Wanted US 3D-printed gun maker Cody Wilson signed lease for apartment in Taipei that starts today

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- As a manhunt is underway for the controversial American 3D-printed gun activist Cody Wilson, who is wanted for allegedly sexually assaulting a minor in Texas, reports have surf...

2018 Daniel Pearl World Music Day to be held at Taipei Hakka Cultural Park

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Originally planned for Saturday, Sept. 15, but delayed by Typhoon Margkhut, Taiwan will be celebrating the annual Daniel Pearl World Music Day this coming Sunday, Sept. 23...

Israeli-American murder suspect denies charges, clashes with AIT: reports

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - During five hours of questioning by the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB), Israeli-American tattoo artist Oren Shlomo Mayer denied involvement in the murder of a Canadian teac...

Pentagon balks on sending Marines to de facto US embassy in Taiwan 

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Despite reports on both sides of the Taiwan Strait that U.S. Marines would be deployed at the new American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), the de facto U.S. embassy in the coun...

China will suffer consequences for attempts to isolate Taiwan: AIT chairman

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The chairman of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), James Moriarty, said the recent decision by the U.S. to withdraw diplomatic envoys from three Central American nati...

Delegation from US Trade Representative office visiting Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) stated on Thursday, Sept. 13 that a delegation from the United States Trade Representative Office (USTR) was in Taiwan to discuss is...

Pro-Taiwan group proposes name change for Taipei Rep. Offices in US

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Offices (TECRO) in the United States may soon have a name change if the Formosan Association for Public Affairs (FAPA), a Pro-T...

Taiwan and US renew GLOBE program to continue cooperation in science education 

(Taiwan News) — Taiwan and the United States have agreed to continue a science education promotion program for five more years that will see furthered cooperation between top scientific institut...

US recall of Central American envoys intended to tilt scale in Taiwan’s favor: Richard Bush

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Regarding the move by the U.S. last Friday to recall its envoys to the Dominican Republic, El Salvador, and Panama over their decisions to sever ties with Taiwan, former h...

Taiwan supporter Inhofe named Chair of US Senate Armed Services Committee

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The U.S. Senate announced on Sept. 6 that Jim Inhofe will take over from John McCain as Chair of the Senate Armed Services Committee. Inhofe was the acting Chair of the...

Netflix series 'A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities' sees high praise from Taiwan’s viewers

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Netflix television series "A Taiwanese Tale of Two Cities" received strong praise from Taiwanese viewers, after debuting on local TV network PTS on Sept. 1. &...

Fmr AIT director foresees stable US-Taiwan relationship based on mutual 'assurances'

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Richard Bush, a former director of the American Institute in Taiwan (1997-2002) recently penned an essay for the Global Taiwan institute on Aug. 22, which was also pu...