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BANGKOK, 5 Dec 2013 Thai workers have been advised not to take any medicines with them when leaving for Taiwan, according to the Foreign Ministry.
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Taipei City Mayor Hau Lung-bin met Tainan City Mayor William Lai at a travel fair in the latter city Saturday, sparking media speculation about future elections.
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ASUS Padfone Mini 4.3 is again a combo phone like its previous Padfone devices. ASUS is all set to launch its new Padfone Mini 4.3 combo in Taipei on December 11th.
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Former President Lee Teng-hui on Saturday complained about a decision by prosecutors to file an appeal against his not-guilty verdict in an embezzlement case.
Despite the fact that the government has allotted a monthly budget of approximately NT $17mn per month towards exploration activities, Taiwan is set to remain almost entirely dependent on energy imports for the foreseeable future.
The American Institute in Taiwan Chairman of the Board of Trustees Raymond Burghardt will arrive Taipei Sunday for a five-day tour, the AIT said yesterday.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs extended its condolences yesterday over the death of South Africa's first black president and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, Nelson Mandela, who passed away on Thursday at the age of 95. The ministry said it was saddened by the passing of the South African anti-apartheid politician, whom the R.O.C. government deeply ... (more)
Taipei, Dec. 6 A Taiwanese woman was able to return home safety after being duped into traveling to South Africa for a beauty contest by international human traffickers.
Students attend class at the Jing'an Education College Affiliated School in Shanghai.
Photo: AFP In the past year, the number of viewing hours Taiwanese spent on video sharing site YouTube rocketed 60 per cent from 2012.
Ma made the remarks in an interview with Japan's Mainichi Shimbun on Thursday, but the contents were published by the Presidential Office on Friday.
Taiwan's top envoy to Singapore yesterday defended the cost of rent for his official residence in the city-state amid opposition lawmakers' claims that the residence is too extravagant and overly expensive.
Chen with Yen Cho-yun, the wife of the late chairman of Taiwan's Straits Exchange Foundation, on Dec. 2. During his eight-day visit, Chen was feted by a host of high-level dignitaries China's tense relationships with its neighbors have recently grown even worse.
The Magic Restroom Café is a blessing for headline writers. Since this toilet-themed Taiwanese eatery opened in a City of Industry shopping mall a few weeks ago, the headline writers of America have been, ahem, wallowing in joy.
Northern and Eastern Taiwan could see more rain until Saturday due to increasing seasonal winds, the Central Weather Bureau said yesterday.
The construction of the new Ministry of National Defense headquarters in Taipei is expected to be completed in 2014, an opposition lawmaker said yesterday.
A banquet celebrating the 86th Birthday Anniversary of His Majesty King Bhumibol Adulyadej, and the National Day of Thailand took place yesterday evening.