Tuesday, May 14, 2013
Taiwanese pitcher Wei-Yin Chen grabbed his third win of this season Sunday, but might be forced to sit out some upcoming games after an injury he sustained during the game against the Minnesota Twins.
Most batteries sold locally do not meet strict quality standards, including having an actual power supply capacity that differed from product descriptions while others have overheating issues, the government warned yesterday.
Amid criticism over the government's release of proposed nuclear waste sites, Democratic Progressive Party's spokesman Lin Chun-hsien has said the government is incapable of disposing of such waste properly.
Monday, May 13, 2013
A cyber battle has erupted following the shooting of a Taiwanese fishing boat by the Philippine coast guards, paralyzing the websites of both countries' presidents, as well as those of Taiwan's Ministry of National Defense (MND), Ministry of Economic Affairs and Coast Guard Administration (CGA)., 25 Comments
Presidential Office spokeswoman Garfie Li (李佳霏) yesterday said that the Philippines will have to pay the price if it shows no sincerity in solving a dispute over the shooting of a Taiwanese sailor., 44 Comments
Rainy weather could persist throughout the week in most areas around Taiwan, under the influence of cold fronts and a rain-bearing cloud band in southern China, the Central Weather Bureau said yesterday.
Ruling party legislators are to begin discussing the capital gains tax this week while the opposition party pushes to scrap the tax on stock investment earnings., 1 Comment
Kaohsiung City Mayor Chen Chu said her city government is offering a 48-hour home-visit service to mothers who give birth to a second child, under an initiative that took effect in April., 1 Comment
The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has been gradually reversing its anti-Beijing stance in recent years, the head of its China Affairs Committee (CAC) said yesterday.