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February, 25, 2017

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U.S. President Donald Trump made an about-face demarche last Thursday as we had predicted on this page many a time long before his inauguration.
 
U.S. President Donald Trump's recent bend to China concerning the contentious "one China" policy was as abrupt as it was complete.
 
After months of speculation from political pundits and the media about which ministers were set to receive their pink slips, early February saw President Tsai Ing-wen finally carry out her first Cabinet reshuffle.
 
Taiwan has taken one more step toward legalizing same-sex marriage, with the Constitutional Court on Friday setting a date for a public hearing on marriage equality. But there's no promise that the court's ruling will settle the dispute once and for all.
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Foreign tourists researching a trip to Taiwan likely come across breathtaking images of sky lanterns lifting off into the night.
 
A robbery at a convenience store in New Taipei early Monday, in which the machete-wielding assailant nearly severed the left arm of 17-year-old clerk, shocked the nation. The clerk, who later had his arm fully reattached, was also severely wounded in the chest.
 
Three local securities firms were hit by cyberattacks Tuesday morning, while a number of brokerages said they had received ransom emails last week threatening similar attacks.
 
In less than a month, the White House under U.S. President Donald Trump has managed to get into arguments with American mainstream media, members of the opposition party and his own party, world leaders such as the prime minister of Australia, a U.S. federal court, a number of U.S. top companies, Meryl Streep and pretty much anyone who disagrees with him.
 
Hundreds of railway workers went on strike over the Lunar New Year holiday, to which their employer, the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) responded with harsh penalties. The Transportation Ministry openly expressed its support for the punishment, saying the strike went against the workers' "responsibility to serve the public."
 
The government set an ambitious goal for Taiwan's economic growth for the next four years right after the holiday break. But setting goals is one thing; achieving them is another.
 
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