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Soft power: The chain introduced pineapple cakes Monday to 92 locations, selling them for 8,990 won (NT$245) a box.
Taiwan
A South Korean retailer is giving the people what they want: Taiwanese pineapple cakes

 
The most senior Vatican cardinal to be charged in connection with sexual abuse cases will face the court this week in Melbourne.
Asia
All eyes on Vatican Cardinal's sexual assault case in Australia

 
Transitional justice push: The league, a registered private organization, has been under investigation by the Ill-Gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee.
Taiwan
The women's league 'will donate 80 percent of its assets'

 
Police tackle the case of two women who lured a girl away from her father at a Taipei hypermarket.
Taiwan
Hypermarket child abduction was only 'a misunderstanding,' police say

 
A five-day memorial service for the bookstore chain founder is being held this week at Eslite's headquarters.
Taiwan
Eslite and Taiwan are bidding farewell to Robert Wu

 
Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi has called on the Philippines and other South-East Asian countries to "say no" to non-regional forces that seek to intervene in disputes over the South China Sea.
Asia
China: ASEAN countries can 'handle' South China Sea issues alone

 
The parents of critically ill infant Charlie Gard ended their fight for their son to receive experimental treatment in the United States on Monday, rueing the time "wasted" in their five-month legal battle.
World
Baby Charlie parents rue 'wasted' time after ending legal fight

 
Chunghwa Post said Tuesday that it had caught an employee collecting money for single-payment insurance policies, a product that Chunghwa Post doesn't offer
Taiwan
Post office employee accused of collecting money for a nonexistent product

 
"The reports have been greatly exaggerated."
Taiwan
China Times defends intern who threw water balloons in the Legislative Yuan

 
The dead Canadian man is suspected of masterminding the world's largest 'dark web' marketplace.
Asia
Thailand has seized the assets of a dead 'dark web' suspect

 
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