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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.
 
After weeks of speculation, on Jan. 26 Yomiuri Giants Taiwanese outfielder Yang Dai-kang (陽岱鋼) announced that, due to injuries, he would not represent Taiwan at the upcoming 2017 World Baseball Classic (WBC).
 
Our Chinese astrological Year of the Rooster began on Jan. 28. Let's make our five belated New Year's wishes.
 
Today is the eve of the Lunar New Year. For Taiwan, the island nation that is arguably the melting pot of most Chinese cultures, Lunar New Year celebrations differ from those of other Chinese countries.
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The race for the Kuomintang (KMT) chairmanship election expanded to five candidates this week with former Health Minister Steve Chan joining the race after much speculation.
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John Bolton, a former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations recently contributed a commentary to The Wall Street Journal, calling for a closer American military relationship with Taiwan to help counter a "belligerent" China.
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The world has entered an alternate reality after the inauguration of U.S. President Donald Trump. This is not a premature assessment by critics of the reality-star-turned-president, but a statement affirmed by the Trump team itself.
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