Letters tell schools, parents in Malaysia: Don't send kids to study in Taiwan!

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Over 60 high schools across Malaysia have received mysterious letters over the last two months urging high schools not to promote studying in Taiwan to the students. Th...

Letter to Editor: I-Mei Foods direct hiring in the Philippines is a helpful and commendable act

The recently held direct hiring of Taiwanese food giant, I-Mei Foods Company in different parts of the Philippines, specifically in Manila and in Davao City is highly commendable since it helps w...

 I-Mei Foods recruit team meets with Davao mayor

DAVAO (Taiwan News) -- After a two-day recruiting event in Davao, the staff recruitment team of I-Mei Foods paid a courtesy call to the mayor of Davao, Sara Duterte on Thursday in hopes...

President Tsai welcomes overseas compatriot students from SE Asia

President Tsai Ing-wen welcomed Sept. 11 overseas compatriot students from Indonesia, Malaysia, Myanmar, Thailand and Vietnam enrolled in Taiwan vocational institutions, saying they will play an impor...

Da-Guan Dance Theater set for South, Southeast Asia tour

The Da-Guan Dance Theater of Taipei City-based National Taiwan University of Arts will depart July 22 on a 14-day performance tour of India, Indonesia and Malaysia to advance bilateral relations and c...

Taipei job fair held to bridge talent and demand from SE Asia markets

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - A job fair aimed to assist Southeast Asia-based Taiwanese businesses in tapping into the talent pool of overseas compatriot students took place in Taipei on Saturday. An es...

Taipei job fair aimed at overseas compatriots takes place Saturday

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) - A job fair aimed to assist Southeast Asia-based Taiwanese businesses in tapping into the talent pool of overseas compatriot students is to take place in Taipei on Saturday. 120 ...

Tsai Ing-wen embarks on 2nd state visit

  TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – President Tsai Ing-wen departed Saturday on a nine-day tour to Central America, her second state visit since taking office in May 2016. Speculation is ...

President again urges Beijing to hold dialogue with Taiwan

President Tsai Ing-wen on Sunday reiterated her appeal to Beijing to hold dialogue with Taiwan and stressed that her government is dedicated to building sustainable cross-strait relations. "We are ...

Overseas Chinese students to help southbound policy: official

The long-term efforts by the Overseas Community Affairs Council (僑委會) to nurture overseas Chinese students and establish contacts with Taiwanese businessmen in Southeast Asia will be a major boost to ...

Wu: China openly denounces Taiwan’s new government overseas

China has restarted the National Association for China's Peaceful Unification (NACPU) and openly denounced Taiwan’s new government, said Wu Hsin-hsing, minister of Taiwan’s Overseas Community Affairs ...

Taiwan urged to help revive Mandarin education in eastern India

New Delhi, April 24 (CNA) Taiwan's government has been asked to help ethnic Chinese revive the Chinese language and cultural education in Kolkata, which has disappeared from the eastern Indian city fo...

KMT picks 7 deputy secretary-generals

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The Kuomintang announced the appointments Tuesday evening of seven deputy secretary-generals, even though new chairwoman Hung Hsiu-chu has still not named her choice for secreta...

Hung looks to revamp KMT leadership

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Kuomintang leader Hung Hsiu-chu was likely to announce her choice of a secretary-general and other new appointments next month, reports said Tuesday The announcements were lik...

Expatriates donate US$2.4 million for earthquake victims in Tainan

Taipei, March 31 (CNA) Expatriates from Taiwan and traditional overseas Chinese communities have so far promised to donate a total of US$2.4 million for the Feb. 6 earthquake victims in Tainan, southe...