After vowing a smooth transition, President Barack Obama and Donald Trump are presiding over one of the most tumultuous transfers of power in U.S. history.
Never before have relations between the United States and China been so fraught, at such great risk to so many, over so little or nothing at all. And so much of it is so unnecessary.
A Rastafarian prophet, a former Taliban captive and thousands of minor drug traffickers have one thing in common: Their names have been submitted to President Barack Obama for clemency before he leaves office in two weeks.
Students of the sophomore media and design class of the Kuangfu High School in Hsinchu paraded in a Nazi cosplay event on campus last year on Christmas Eve.
> Joe Hung
Despite its high-market valuation, Twitter is reportedly losing money. It may be a blessing for the world if it was to shut down., 1 Comment
As Barack Obama prepares to leave office on Jan. 20, here are nine things his presidency may be remembered for:
"You have heard of the patience of Job," wrote Jesus' disciple James, underscoring the importance of patience as well as faith in handling severe reversals and frustrations (James 5:11).
Czar Nicholas II, contemplating the new year a century ago, is said to have written in his diary that "1916 was cursed; 1917 will surely be better.", 1 Comment
Donald Trump will assume the American presidency during a pivotal time in U.S.-Asian relations.
Tuesday's editorial in the China Post this past week saves us the trouble of getting bogged down in every last detail of an intriguing story. "Look around -- we're in post-truth Taiwan" was the title of the editorial, in my view, unusually well done.