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May, 25, 2016

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U.S. President Barack Obama met his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping on the sidelines of the world's nuclear security summit last Thursday to talk about the triangular relations between the United States, China and Taiwan.
In recent years, as worries over mainland China's influence have met with the rise of nativism, the rejection of Taiwan's Chineseness has become fashionable throughout the nation.
Meeting on the sidelines of a nuclear safety summit attended by government officials from more than 50 nations last week in Washington, U.S. President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping also discussed Taiwan and the prospects of the continuation of peace in cross-strait relations following the island's upcoming transition of power on May 20.
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-jen must heed the warning: His popularity has been dropping fast. But does he understand why he is much less popular than he was?
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Foxconn Technology Group, known best for its flagship firm Hon Hai Precision Industry, on Wednesday finalized a deal to acquire Japan's Sharp Corp. after slashing its original offer down to about 389 billion yen.
The U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) dropped its case against Apple on Monday, saying that it successfully accessed iPhone data without assistance.
Another random attack gripped the nation this week. The victim, a 4-year-old girl, was gruesomely decapitated in Taipei City's Neihu District. In two recent horrific murders, both suspects escaped the fate of receiving the death penalty because they were diagnosed with psychiatric disorders.
Frustration, confusion, helplessness, and anger: these are the emotions that go through people at the time of a tragedy. Why does it happen? What could we have done to prevent it? What can we do to achieve justice? And what should we do to prevent similar tragedies from happening again? These are the questions we ask ourselves.
Panamanian President Juan Carlos Valera has invited Tsai Ing-wen, who will be sworn in as president on May 20, as well as mainland leader Xi Jinping to attend the inauguration ceremonies for the expanded Panama Canal scheduled for June 26.
The snowballing OBI Pharma scandal is threatening to derail President-elect Tsai Ing-wen's economic policy, which places heavy emphasis on the biotechnology industry.
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