Dear readers, since it was founded in 1952, The China Post has been here, witnessing the changes in Taiwan: from the nation's democratization, to its economic miracle and now its headlong charge into the digital age.
The United States seemed set for isolationism when President Donald Trump took office in January, with the world on its toes guessing to what extent his campaign promises would materialize.
There is no question that Taiwan's prison system has an overcrowding issue. Reports of overcrowding date back almost a decade to 2009.
It is heartening that Taiwan's government is planning to create a special office under the Health Ministry to address the problem of declining birth rates.
Pepsi recently pulled a just-released ad after receiving heavy flak from millennials, its target audience.
The Mar-a-Lago summit is over. U.S. President Donald Trump met his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping at his Mar-a-Lago retreat in Palm Beach, Florida for two days last week.
The recent Tomb Sweeping holiday brought reverence for the dead -- but a host of environmental headaches for the living.
The U.S. missile strike in Syria in response to the Syrian government's alleged use of chemical weapons on Thursday was an example of the volatile and unpredictable decision making processes in Washington under President Donald Trump.
Two high school students were arrested this week after packages of amphetamine were found in their check-in luggage while they trying to board a flight to New Zealand.
In the past week, the government has demonstrated that while it may be aware of Taiwan's acute socioeconomic problems, it has very little to offer in terms of solutions.