Monday, May 20, 2013
Taiwan beat Ukraine in the women's team final Sunday in the Shanghai stage of the 2013 Archery World Cup, after upsetting Olympic champions South Korea in the semifinal.
Two Taiwanese table tennis players made history yesterday winning gold at the World Table Tennis Championships in Paris.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
The investigative team that the government dispatched to Manila, in order to investigate the recent killing of a Taiwanese fisherman by Philippine coast guards, returned yesterday after the Southeast Asian country's officials refused to cooperate., 8 Comments
Taiwan's representative in the United States has maintained that he has clearly explained Taipei's position to Washington in the wake of the ongoing row with Manila over the deadly shooting of a Taiwanese fisherman by the Philippine coast guard., 4 Comments
Opposition lawmakers have yet to commit themselves to supporting proposed revisions to the stock gains tax regulation that are set to be reviewed tomorrow.
After taking office three months ago, Premier Jiang Yi-huah and his Cabinet members are gearing up to introduce aggressive economic and financial policies to revive the domestic economy, as gross domestic product (GDP) growth for the first quarter of the year lagged sharply behind expectations.
Train passengers can now pre-order vegetarian meals for their rides, the Taiwan Railway Administration (TRA) said Thursday.
In order to make more people familiar with national parks, the Construction & Planning Agency under the Ministry of the Interior (CPAMI) has kicked off the “2013 National Park Week: It's Time for Taiwan National Parks,” which will last through the end of August for a duration of three months, according to a press release issued by the CPAMI.
Construction of a bridge that links the main island of Taiwan's Kinmen County and an isle to its west will restart on May 21 and is expected to improve life for residents of the outlying islands once it is completed in four years.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
A delegation currently in Manila to investigate the fatal shooting of a Taiwanese fisherman by a Philippine state vessel is expected to return to Taiwan soon, a diplomatic source said yesterday., 3 Comments