Ma Ying-jeou ordered to Taipei court in retrial of Sunflower Movement police brutality case

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The Taipei District Court has ordered former President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) and former Premier Jiang Yi-huah (江宜樺) to report to court on Aug. 30 for a deposition related to ...

NTU: angry students confront former Taiwan Premier for 2014 violent crackdown on protester

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – On Dec. 18, the former Premier of Taiwan, Jiang Yi-huah (江宜樺), was to give an address at National Taiwan University’s (NTU) College of Social Sciences, when he was c...

Taiwan President defends non-nuclear future

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) on Thursday described her predecessor’s proposal to keep nuclear energy while developing green energy as a strategy running behind globa...

Taiwan ex-President Ma Ying-jeou sentenced to 4 months in prison

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan's High Court has found former President Ma Ying-jeou guilty in a political leak case, and has sentenced him to four months in prison, which can be commuted to a...

Taiwan ex-President Ma found not guilty in leaks case

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Former President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) was found not guilty of pressuring the then-prosecutor general to leak confidential information about the investigation into alleged in...

Taiwan’s ex-President Ma Ying-jeou maintains innocence

TAIPEI (Taiwan News)—Former Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) denied leaking classified information related to the suspected influence-peddling of an opposing party lawmaker, and pleaded his i...

Former Taiwan President indicted for leaking confidential information

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Prosecutors on Tuesday indicted former Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou for leaking confidential information in a wiretapping case dating back to 2013. The Taipei District Pros...

Former President indicted for leaking confidential information

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Prosecutors on Tuesday indicted former President Ma Ying-jeou for leaking confidential information in a wiretapping case dating back to 2013. The Taipei District Prosecutors...

Ex-President Ma appears in court

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Former President Ma Ying-jeou appeared in court Tuesday for the first time since leaving office last May, in a case dating back to his power struggle with then-Legislative...

New Taiwanese-backed think tank launched in Washington

The Global Taiwan Institute (GTI), a new research institute or think tank based in the United States that focuses on Taiwan affairs and is designed to promote bilateral relations between the U.S. and ...

Choice of premier to be applauded

President-elect Tsai Ing-wen made one of the most important announcements of the transition period leading up to the May 20 inauguration this week. She publicly confirmed the choice of former Finance ...

King returns as senior adviser to the president

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Former representative to the United States King Pu-tsung has been appointed senior adviser to the president and might help out with the presidential election campaign, reports s...

Ma: Harvard tree brings sense of nostalgia

President Ma Ying-jeou gave his speech to his alma mater Saturday during a forum gathering with students and scholars after a brief stopover in Boston, reports said Sunday. Ma, who received his D...

President Ma arrives in Boston

Boston, July 11 (CNA) President Ma Ying-jeou arrived in Boston on Saturday en route to the Caribbean and Central America, as part of his 11th overseas visit since assuming office in 2008. America...

Father O'Connell waits decades for Taiwanese ID

“I haven’t heard anything back for almost one and half year,” said Father Brendan O'Connell, who declared that he hopes to become a real Taiwanese last year. Father O'Connell said he hopes to obtain T...