Saturday, August 29, 2015
As people around Taiwan were making offerings to wandering spirits on Ghost Festival day Friday, the New Taipei Animal Protection and Health Inspection Office and nine animal shelters in the city jointly held a Taoist religious service for wandering animal spirits.
The Ministry of National Defense (MND) yesterday urged R.O.C. veterans not to attend the World War II commemorative activities to be held in mainland China next month in order to uphold national dignity.
NBA player Jordan Clarkson is expected to visit Taiwan together with the Philippines national basketball team for an upcoming international hoop tournament to kick off in New Taipei today, Taiwan's basketball association has said.
Dark brown sugar, often seen by many as a healthier alternative to other sweeteners, has been shown to have a known toxin, according to a local magazine's investigation., 1 Comment
Friday, August 28, 2015
Taipei - Tainan Mayor Lai Ching-te on Friday stepped into the Tainan City Council to give a policy report, ending an eight-month boycott of city council meetings to protest alleged vote-buying by speaker Lee Chuan-chiao., 1 Comment
Taipei - Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense on Friday urged its retired generals and soldiers not to attend upcoming events being held by Beijing to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of the Second Sino-Japanese War., 1 Comment
The "comfort women" issue has not yet been resolved despite years of government protest, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said, yesterday.
In another flip flop on Thursday, EasyCard Corp. (悠遊卡公司) said it will proceed with its September launch of a series of stored value cards that feature Japanese porn star Yui Hatano, making the announcement just hours after it proposed
During the past two years, 17 Taiwanese have been arrested for shoplifting in Tokyo Disneyland's gift stores. In response, Ministry of Foreign Affairs (外交部) officials have called on people not to damage Taiwan's image abroad due to impulse., 1 Comment
A tourist bus carrying 18 people rolled over in southern Taiwan's Pingtung County yesterday, leaving a 58-year-old Chinese woman dead and 15 other injured, the Tourism Bureau said.