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Terry Gou in apparent White House meeting with Trump
Hon Hai Chairman Terry Gou was seen exiting the White House Thursday after a reported meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump.
 
New review of infrastructure bill delayed
The newly-set schedule to once again review the controversial draft bill detailing the government's ambitious infrastructure development plan at the Legislative Yuan next Monday has been amended, according to a caucus whip from the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).
 
We didn't pose the question of a Tsai-Trump call: Presidential Office
The government has said it will maintain close communications with its greatest ally the United States after U.S. President Donald Trump openly rejected President Tsai Ing-wen's suggestion there could be a repeat of the two leaders' direct phone call in December.
 
Headlines from across Taiwan
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Friday April 28, 2017.
 
Tsai should place equal weight on US, cross-Strait ties: experts
An expert urged the Tsai administration to balance out its relationship with Washington, after U.S. President Donald Trump rejected further direct communication with the Taiwanese leader in a media interview published Thursday.
 
Promising writer dies at 26 from apparent suicide
Promising writer Lin Yi-han (林奕含), who published a bestselling novel this year about a girl raped by her teacher, died at the age of 26, allegedly by her own hand, authorities said Friday.
 
President Tsai Ing-wen sought support from workers for her administration's workweek law Thursday, as it remained shrouded in acrimony ahead of Labor Day on May 1.
 
The Ill-Gotten Party Assets Settlement Committee (不當黨產處理委員會) on Thursday held its first hearing into whether the National Women's League of the Republic of China (NWL, 中華民國婦女聯合會) is a subsidiary of the Kuomintang (KMT).
 
The military has removed an online recruitment advertisement that became the object of scorn for its use of a battlefield cross.
 
Computer science and basic coding will be mandatory topics for junior and senior high school students starting next year, the Ministry of Education (MOE) said Thursday.
 
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