From Hong Kong to Los Angeles, mainland Chinese tourists are making their presence felt as never before — both in their behavior and their money spent.
The memory is fading out, but not gone. The images of V-J Day 68 years ago still came back to haunt me like an old film of a bygone era. It is a tale about a teenager's pursuit of a China Dream that began on a bright summer day in 1945.
Is Russia about to become another brick in the wall between Fiji and its Western friends?
As figures in Egypt's powerful military collude with the political opposition to form a civilian interim government, what kind of political and economic solutions will the new regime offer, and is Washington's hidden hand at play?
Letter to the editor Dear Sir, Your report “MOFA offers no help in UK customs row: tour leader” (July 9) surprised not just our case officer, Mr. Tsui, but also our entire office. We, the Taipei Representative Office in the UK, have strongly committed ourselves to offering 24-hour emergency assistance to Taiwanese nationals encountering difficulties and problems within the UK, including disputes with local law enforcement authorities.
In recent years, the world has witnessed countries that have been plagued by religious tension and sectarian violence, and Myanmar is no exception.
Letter to the Editor Dear editor, The latest shocking leaks on the U.S. government's top secret national security program are the talk of the Internet. This spying program allows the NSA access to the servers and data of Apple, Google, Facebook and many others firms and, needless to say, this has left many users feeling uncomfortable with these powerful new technology corporations.
I am a senior undergraduate student in National Taiwan Normal University. The issues about sex and marriage have been heatedly discussed among college students nowadays. And I would like to express my ideas about why I think extramarital sex should be taken as a crime, in response to your editorial “Extramarital sex may be bad, but it should not be a crime.”
2013/6/2, 8 Comments
I absolutely adore both Taiwanese and Filipino people. I am only 6 months into experiencing both cultures.
I write to express my concern about improving news reporting. I am a faithful reader of The China Post, and have once contributed an article to Eye on Taiwan. As a foreign Filipino student in Taiwan, the recent conflict between the two countries sparked by the unnecessary death of a simple fisherman affects me deeply. What saddens me more, however, is the way media has caused a lot infuriation and given little information.