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22 hrs ago | The China Post

Opposition party slams President Ma over new

President Ma Ying-jeou will be nominating 11 Control Yuan members according to the constitution and the constitutional interpretation of the Grand Justices, said the Presidential Office yesterday.

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Yesterday | The China Post

More in Taiwan take the plunge for Ice Bucket Challenge

Celebrities and public figures in Taiwan braced themselves for having a bucket of ice water dumped on their heads Tuesday as they continued the Internet sensation meant to raise awareness about a paralyzing disease.

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Yesterday | The Peninsula

Taiwan launches probe into ex-China affairs official

TAIPEI: One of Taiwan's top negotiators on China policy has been put under investigation after stepping down, over suspicions related to "national security", authorities said Tuesday.

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Sun Aug 17, 2014

The China Post

Taiwan center in US denies charges of censoring speech

A unit of Taiwan's representative office in the United States has dismissed accusations that it was trying to prevent a key figure in a student-led movement from speaking in the U.S. at its facility.

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Sat Aug 16, 2014

Post-gazette.com

Panama Canal: Is another expansion in the cards?

With some 16 months to go before Panama expects to finish its canal expansion, could another set of locks to handle even bigger ships be in its future? The idea first surfaced last year during a Latin American ports conference in Bogota when Rodolfo Sabonge, a Panama Canal Authority marketing and development executive, said the authority was ... (more)

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Fri Aug 15, 2014

The China Post

WSJ editorial highlights Ma's policy but also his incapability

The Ma Ying-jeou administration recently enjoyed a rare moment of vindication. In an editorial entitled "Taiwan Leaves Itself Behind" published on Aug. 4, the Wall Street Journal argued that the consequences of Taiwan's "resisting freer trade and economic reform are becoming clear."

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The China Post

Jiang lends support to national minimum wage hike

Premier Jiang Yi-huah supported the idea of raising the national minimum wage at a symposium with the representatives of the top 10 labor rights organizations in Taiwan, yesterday.

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Thu Aug 14, 2014

Star-Telegram.com

Panama Canal turns 100 as expansion hits snags

Instead, the 100th anniversary of the Panama Canal's opening Friday is being marred by doubts about the country's ability to harness the full benefits of a multibillion-dollar expansion beset by cost overruns, strikes and the threat of competition from rival projects.

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The Fresno Bee

Panama Canal turns 100 as expansion hits snags

In this Aug. 4, 2014, photo, an electric powered locomotive guides a vessel through the Miraflores locks of the Panama Canal in Panama City.

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Wed Aug 13, 2014

The China Post

KMT candidates propose tourism, transportation development

Six Kuomintang municipal candidates came to the weekly Central Standing Committee meeting yesterday to promote their "three railways and four 'ports'" traffic policy that will offer "six-star" tourist experiences; President Ma Ying-jeou , who doubles as KMT chairman, said that he is confident in the policy and is looking forward to the election ... (more)

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The China Post

KMT and DPP face rifts ahead of elections in Hsinchu

National Policy Advisor to the President Cheng Yung-chin yesterday resigned from his post to declare his participation in the upcoming Hsinchu magisterial election, creating an internal party split for the Kuomintang , much like the difficulty the Democratic Progressive Party is currently facing with the Hsinchu mayoral election candidacy ... (more)

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The China Post

Chairman of Taipower seeks public discussion over future power rates

For Taiwan to have a stable electricity rate, people should sit down and thoroughly discuss future power rates, said Taiwan Power Company Chairman Hwang Jung-chiou yesterday.

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Politico

McKeon 'snubbed' by China - More U.S. troops arrive in Iraq -...

McKEON 'SNUBBED' BY CHINA BECAUSE OF TAIWAN VISIT: House Armed Services Chairman Buck McKeon says he was "snubbed" by Chinese leaders during a congressional delegation trip to Asia after he decided to include Taiwan on his itinerary.

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South China Morning Post

Taipei home prices rise beyond the reach of young people

High school teacher Huang I-chung said he had hunted in vain for a home in Taipei's soaring market for four years, convinced that owning a flat could help him find a wife.

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Tue Aug 12, 2014

The China Post

Religious service held in Kaohsiung for disaster victims

A national religious service was held in Kaohsiung on Tuesday in memory of the victims of last month's explosions in Kaohsiung and plane crash in Penghu.

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Channelnewsasia.com

Growing public frustration over Taiwan's political brawls

More and more Taiwanese are growing weary of the island's political wrangling between the ruling and opposition parties that has stalled the island's major economic policies.

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Washington Times

Taiwana s top diplomat seeks U.S. help in emerging from Chinaa s shadow

Pros and cons: "Mainland China is our largest land of opportunities, but they are the largest single, potential source of threat for us," says Shen Lyu-shun, Taiwan's top representative to the U.S. more > The top Taiwanese diplomat in Washington made a passionate plea Monday for U.S. leaders to more vocally support Taiwan's inclusion in key ... (more)

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Mon Aug 11, 2014

People's Daily Online

Taiwan's Ma Ying-jeou urges early passage of trade pact

Taiwan leader Ma Ying-jeou on Monday urged the island's legislature to ratify a cross-Strait service trade pact, warning that a further delay will make Taiwan more isolated.

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The China Post

Ma expresses regret over Chang's departure

President Ma Ying-jeou on Monday called the departure of former Economics Minister Chang Chia-juch a day earlier regrettable, praising Chang as someone dedicated to his country whose policies had been repeatedly blocked and derided by the opposition.

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Sun Aug 10, 2014

Bangkok Post

Taiwan minister sacked over gas blasts

Taiwan's economics minister was removed from his position Sunday by the cabinet, in line with his wishes, as he took responsibility for deadly gas explosions in the south-western city of Kaohsiung last month, state-run Central News Agency reported.

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