Taiwan's top official on mainland China policy said Saturday that the government and the travel industry are making every effort to improve safety for tourists, while expressing hopes that tourism will continue to help promote peace between the two sides.
"Go Angels Go Taiwan Bike Holiday," a new cycling documentary featuring preeminent investment tycoons, debuted Sunday in Taipei and opens up a whole new vision for investor-investee relations while also underscoring the great potential of cross-strait business cooperation and integration.
Greek police on July 21 cracked a large telecom gambling crime ring and arrested more than 120 R.O.C. suspects, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Saturday.
An animal welfare organization has warned stray dogs and cats may suffer a fate far worse than painless death, after a zero euthanasia policy takes effect next February -- a policy it claims was rushed and poorly thought through.
Navy Command Headquarters (MND) Saturday quashed reports suggesting that the delivery of a U.S. arms sales order to Taiwan had been postponed, claiming that Taipei maintains stable relations with Washington.
Any political party found obstructing investigators from conducting probes on assets under suspicion will face a maximum fine of NT$500,000, according to a draft bill governing the treatment of illicitly gained party assets that will be up for final ratification by the Legislative Yuan.
Department stores are launching promotional sales for the upcoming Chinese Valentine's Day and Father's Day holidays.
Taiwan High Speed Rail Corp. (台灣高鐵) is planning to list on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE) to raise capital for future expansion and boost shareholder value.
A marijuana bush standing three meters tall is shown in the photo taken at a papaya farm in Tainan, Saturday, July 23. The marijuana grower, surnamed Chen, has been arrested by the police. Up to 64 marijuana bushes were found on the farm. As the planting area is in a remote location and could not be seen easily, police who had been tipped off had to pose as farmers, tracking a river and passing through waist-deep bushes to reach the farm.
Plans to develop the Taipei Xinyi A7 area into a new project called the Taipei Sky Tower (TST) in hopes of propelling it onto the international stage have been announced