Taiwanese researcher rebuilds ancient ecology through fish fossils

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — For modern researchers, fossils are gateways to the ancient world. They provide direct evidence of animal traits and serve as powerful indicators of changes in the global ...

Future lies in true cooperation: South African Rep.

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Through international collaboration and a belief in forging bonds with partners, South Africa is ready to rebound from a period of political turbulence and economic downtu...

Beijing to send 300 police to Hong Kong: Kyodo

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Japanese news agency Kyodo News reported on July 4 that Beijing is planning to deploy 200 to 300 armed police officers to Hong Kong as "observers." According ...

'Not Free' countries in UN back China's oppression in Hong Kong

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A total of 53 countries endorsed China's national security law for Hong Kong at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva on Tuesday (June 30), many of which a...

Sense of doom still hangs over Japan's economy

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — According to a report published by the Japan Center of Economic Research (JCER) on July 1, Japan's gross domestic product (GDP) will not return to its pre-coronavirus ...

Insurance companies form alliance in Taiwan

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwanese insurance customers with multiple policies can now update their personal information or file claims by applying through just one of their insurance companies, th...

First case charged under Hong Kong national security law

TAIWAN (Taiwan News) — Hong Kong authorities have charged a motorcyclist for subversion and terrorist activities under the city's controversial new national security law. The 23-year-old ...

Focus on Taiwan's potential African ally, Somaliland

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Somaliland, in the Horn of Africa, is set to establish mutual representative offices with Taiwan and it's a deal that comes with a lot of questions. As a former Br...

Chinese professor convicted of stealing trade secrets from US firms

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The U.S. Department of Justice announced the conviction of Zhang Hao (張浩), who stole trade secrets from two U.S. tech companies and enabled China's Tianjin University ...

Typhoon saved S. Taiwan's coral reefs from bleaching: Researcher

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A French researcher at Academia Sinica has shared the results of five years of research conducted in southern Taiwan, demonstrating a connection between extreme weather an...

Taipei to aid Hongkongers with specialized office

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The Tapei City Government has announced it is establishing a Hong Kong-Macau Affairs Office (港澳專案辦公室) on July 1, aiming to offer one-stop services to support Hongkongers w...

Chinese journalist prosecuted for reporting on Wuhan outbreak

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Chinese human rights activist and civilian journalist Zhang Zhan (張展) is confirmed to have been prosecuted in Shanghai on June 19 for "disturbing the peace" afte...

Japan passes name change for Diaoyutai Islands

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Japan's Ishigaki City Council passed the proposal to change the administrative designation of the Diaoyutai Islands from Tonoshiro to Tonoshiro Senkaku on Monday (June...

Taipei coffee house redefines juvenile rehabilitation

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Juvenile rehabilitation is a long, demanding, and sometimes fruitless process, but one Taiwanese organization believes every young outcast has a story to tell and deserves...

China's debt relief fails indebted African countries

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Chinese President Xi Jinping (習近平) announced on Wednesday (June 17) that China would write off interest-free loans that are due to mature by the end of this year to severa...