As President Tsai Ing-wen apologized on behalf of her government to Taiwan's indigenous peoples in Taipei for historical injustices on Aug. 1, a young, politically savvy temple priest in Tainan is making Koxinga emulate her for getting aboriginals massacred in 1662.
Taiwan may have one of Asia's toughest drunk-driving laws, but it apparently isn't enough to deter people from getting behind the wheel after drinking., 1 Comment
In 1992, "it's the economy, stupid," became a successful campaign slogan that helped Bill Clinton win the presidency of the United States.
CNN came out with an article reflecting an issue that has once again surfaced on the top of everyone's minds this year: the name "Chinese Taipei" that Taiwan utilizes in the Olympics is the one that it is mostly forced to use for representation in international organizations.
Joseph Stalin learned from his top spy in Japan, Richard Sorge, in April 1941 that Japan would not attack the Soviet Union unless Adolf Hitler's Nazi German army conquered Moscow. It was at the very time Japanese Foreign Minister Yosuke Matsuoka was in Moscow to conclude the Soviet-Japanese Neutrality Pact, which Stalin all but decided to reject., 1 Comment
The Summer Olympic Games is a particular event.
A recent cleaver attack on a police officer has sparked much debate. Last week, a man attacked a cop who wrote him a ticket for a parking violation, landing the officer just steps from death's door.
Taiwan's judges have again shown themselves to be untrustworthy in a recent row over bail for a man arrested for using a cleaver to hack a police officer in New Taipei City, 2 Comments
A shock announcement made by one of Taiwan's top tennis stars and a member of the nation's Olympic delegation on Thursday has dropped a bombshell on the country ahead of the Summer Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro., 1 Comment
Two attackers who had pledged allegiance to the so-called Islamic State killed Father Jacques Hamel after they forced him to his knees in the middle of morning Mass on July 26.