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Former President Chen Shui-bian, who likes to be called "A-Bian," had his day again last Saturday. He appeared at the Bride's Room located in close proximity to a fund-raising dinner in Taipei's luxurious new five-star hotel Denwell (典華旗艦) in a triumphant....
A lawmaker is pushing for amendments to the Genetic Health Act (優生保健法) that would make sex-selective abortions illegal.
Champion and proponent of love transcending borders Muhammad Ali, who passed away over the weekend, wrote he would like to be remembered "As a man who never looked down on those who looked up to him, and who helped as many people as he could.
It may be debatable whether nuclear power is a safe form of energy, but there is no question that nuclear power plants must be managed with extreme caution.
The Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport became an "island" for several hours on Thursday, June 2, as heavy rain and thunderstorms caused blackouts and flooded the underpass connecting the airport to the freeway. Lightning also took down the airport's aircraft radio navigation system.
The countdown begins for nations in the grip of football fever across Europe. From June 10 to July 10, France is hosting the UEFA European soccer championship, commonly referred to as Euro 2016 this year, for the third time.
If a man awoke from a six month coma today, he could be excused for thinking he had been beamed to a parallel universe.
Gen. Feng Shih-kuan, minister of national defense, was questioned three days after he was appointed on May 20 in an interpellation session of the Legislative Yuan's Defense and Foreign Relations Committee. He answered questions as if he were not the defense minister.
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Last week, the new government confirmed a previous campaign promise that President Tsai Ing-wen would present a formal apology as head of state to Taiwan's indigenous peoples on Aug. 1, for the collective injustices that have been inflicted onto them.
Uniformity vs. diversity: this is perhaps one of the major conflicts in Taiwan's educational reforms.
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