Taiwan Ill-Gotten Assets Committee accuses ex-President Ma of misleading public

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - The Ill-Gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee on Thursday accused former President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) of misleading the public over the sale of Kuomintang (KMT) media compani...

Taipei DPP mayoral candidate slams ex-President’s accusations

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - The Democratic Progressive Party candidate for mayor of Taipei City, Yao Wen-chih (姚文智), slammed former President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) for accusing him of threatening potential bu...

KMT party assets feud: CIPAS to freeze assets of Taiwan's Central Motion Picture Co.

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- A Taiwanese film company is set to be designated as a subordinate organization of the Kuomintang, with the Ill-gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee (CIPAS) set to freeze th...

Taiwan political commentator Yang Wei-chung drowns saving daughter

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Taiwanese political commentator and former Kuomintang (KMT) spokesman, Yang Wei-chung (楊偉中), drowned while trying to rescue his 11-year-old daughter while his family ...

China Youth Corps determined to be KMT-affiliated, all assets frozen

The non-government China Youth Corps (CYC), which services mainly young people, was determined Tuesday to be an affiliated organization with the opposition Kuomintang (KMT). Lin Feng-cheng, head of...

KMT is still Taiwan’s wealthiest political party

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Despite its crushing 2016 election defeat and an investigation by a new government body, the Kuomintang (KMT, 中國國民黨) has remained Taiwan’s wealthiest political party...

Former Taiwan National Women’s League leader faces probe

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The Ill-Gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee (黨產會) on Friday took its accusations of tampering with evidence against former National Women’s League (NWL, 婦聯會) Ch...

Taiwan National Women's League pressed to give up all assets

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – After hardliners outvoted proponents of a Memorandum of Understanding with the government, the National Women's League (婦聯會) could face a worst-case sce...

KMT siphons off NT$600 million from Taiwan National Women’s League: Report

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - Kuomintang affiliates and politicians were said to have received a total of NT$600 million (US$20.53 million) over the last decade from the National Women’s League (NWL), ...

Editorial: Taiwan National Women’s League chooses path of self-destruction

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Transitional justice is one of the major themes of President Tsai Ing-wen’s administration. What that means in practice, has been on show recently in the shape of the ...

Taiwan National Women's League votes against agreement with government

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - After six months of negotiations, a Taiwanese women's organization believed to have amassed assets due to its close historical links with the Kuomintang&...

German Institute in Taipei condemns group's use of Nazi flags

TAIPEI (CNA) -- The German Institute Taipei on Friday strongly condemned a group of Taiwanese demonstrators for wielding Nazi flags outside the Taipei 101 skyscraper, slamming them for their "des...

Taiwan National Women’s League to donate assets to government

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The National Women’s League (婦聯會) signed an agreement with the government Friday to donate 90 percent of its assets to the treasury while accepting a third of its fo...

Ex-legislator to take helm of National Women's League

 Former Legislator Joanna Lei (雷倩) will take the helm as chairwoman of the National Women's League (NWL) following a standing committee decision reached Sunday, according to the league's ...

Taiwan Interior Ministry sacks National Women’s League leadership

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The Ministry of Interior (MOI) announced Friday it was removing the leadership of the National Women’s League (婦聯會) from office after the organization refused to sig...