Taiwan headline news

Taipei, Dec. 8 --The lead stories in major Taiwan dailies on Friday are as follows: @United Daily News: Premier calls for next phase of labor law revisions @China Times: Countdown to fuel, elect...

Taiwan headline news

Taipei, Nov. 30 -- The lead stories in major Taiwan dailies on Thursday are as follows: @United Daily News: Kim Jong-un announces completion of North Korean nuclear force @China Times: Electrici...

Taiwanese students protest against universities setting English thresholds based on outside tests

TAIPEI (Taiwan News)—Students of National Chengchi University and other schools have been protesting against universities in Taiwan setting English proficiency requirements as a threshold f...

National Taiwan Museum reopens after 2 month renovation

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The National Taiwan Museum in Taipei has reopened its doors on Nov. 21 after a two month closure for renovation. The renovations are the first the museum has received s...

Everybody's fighting for the weekend: Brawl breaks out over labor law

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Before the proposed modifications to the workweek reforms could undergo a first reading today (Nov. 17), Kuomintang (KMT) legislators occupied the podium, leading to ...

Taiwan law bans political parties from running businesses

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – A long-awaited Political Party Act passed its third reading at the Legislative Yuan Friday, banning political parties from running or investing in for-profit businesses an...

What the Chinese Communist Party’s National People’s Congress means for Taiwan

Across the Taiwan Straits, the Chinese Communist Party has been holding its rather ironically titled ‘National People’s Congress’, where the party elites for the next five years are ...

Unlike China, the U.S. and Japan do not want to annex Taiwan: Premier Lai

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Unlike China, the United States and Japan do not want to annex Taiwan and do not have missiles pointing at the island, Premier William Lai (賴清德) told lawmakers Tuesday in ...

Taiwan headline news

Taipei, Oct. 23 -- The lead stories in major Chinese language dailies in Taiwan on Monday are as follows: @United Daily News: Abe scores major poll victory @China Times: Derek Chen to face KMT&#...

China to continue pressure on Taiwan after party congress: researcher

Taipei, Oct. 22 (CNA) Beijing will continue to pressure Taiwan after the Communist Party of China's (CPC) 19th Party Congress, a visiting expert on Chinese politics said in Taipei on Saturday, urg...

Tsai Ing-wen portrays Taiwan as peace-lover in National Day speech

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - As Taiwan celebrated its 106th National Day on Tuesday, President Tsai Ing-wen delivered her second National Day address since taking office in 2016, an...

Taiwan military honor guards, marching band commence National Day celebrations

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - Taiwan commenced its National Day celebrations with a performance by military honor guards and marching bands, following a demo performance by the Ministry of National...

A green Taiwan is now standing in the middle of landscaping national emblem at Twin Oaks

TAIPEI (Taiwan News)—The new look of the landscaping national emblem of the Republic of China at Twin Oaks in Washington D.C. appears in the “Dynamic Taiwan, Embracing the World&rdquo...

Lee Hsin previously attempted suicide, suffered from shingles

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Kuomintang (KMT) Taipei City Councilor Lee Hsin (李新), who leaped to his death from the 11th story of his ex-wife's apartment yesterday, had recently attempte...

Taipei city councilor falls from building to his death

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) -- Kuomintang (KMT) Taipei City Councilor Lee Hsin (李新) fell from a building at 5 a.m. this morning and police confirm that he is dead in an apparent suicide, reported CNA. ...