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Saturday, May 9, 2015
Celebrating 3 years in Taipei
Dawen Wang recalls how he was a struggling musician who could barely pay his monthly rent in America, but here in Taiwan, he has become a Mandopop singer-songwriter performing every week
Friday, May 8, 2015
President Barack Obama says his executive actions blocking the deportation of millions living illegally in the U.S. go as far as the law allows. But Hillary Rodham Clinton says that if she becomes president, she would go even further.
I had the privilege at teaching accounting at one of Taiwan's major universities. While preparing for my courses I decided to do some research into financial reporting in Taiwan in English. I wanted to be able to understand the financial results of major Taiwanese corporations to be able to discuss them with my students.
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The slogans on the placards ranged from the innocuous to the obscure but the response from the Russian authorities was swift and harsh.
China's latest rhetorical tactic related to its land reclamation in disputed parts of the South China Sea leaves much to be desired.
Thursday, May 7, 2015
At a joint press conference with the Japanese Prime Minister on April 28, U.S. President Barack Obama expressed his gratitude to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe for visiting the Arlington National Cemetery, a U.S. military cemetery, saying: "Your gesture is a powerful reminder that the past can be overcome, former adversaries can become the closest of allies, and that nations can build a future together."
As veteran cremation worker Khadga Adhikari placed a handful of uncooked rice and a coin on the chest of yet another young victim of Nepal's earthquake, his own heart was filled with sadness.
On Sunday, the world marked World Press Freedom Day under the theme 'Let journalism thrive! Towards better reporting, gender equality and media safety in the digital age'.
The two main South Korean political parties are facing mounting criticism for agreeing to expand payouts from the national pension service without suggesting plans on how to fund the increase.
Never has there been so much public anger and outrage over a traffic accident and the reasons are obvious.
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