Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Chairman Terry Gou has reportedly made efforts to reassure China after indicating last year that the company may include the US as a manufacturing location.
Protesters attempted to barge into the front entrance of the Education Ministry in Taipei after demanding labor laws be applicable to part-time private school instructors, Tuesday.
The government's civil service agency released figures on Tuesday to counter "online rumors" over pension reforms and the number of pensioners receiving the preferential 18 percent savings rate.
Republic of China (ROC) passports ranked 28th in the world according to the Passport Index created by financial advisory firm Arton Capital, reflecting the same ranking for Taiwan in 2016., 1 Comment
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Tuesday January 17, 2017.
American actress Milla Jovovich takes a selfie at the premiere of the science fiction action horror film Resident Evil: The Final Chapter in Taipei on Monday, Jan. 16. It was the star's first visit to Taiwan in twenty years., 1 Comment
Wild ducks swim through Kenting National Park on Monday, Jan. 17. Migrating wild ducks and water birds have been arriving at Lungluantan, a lake in the Kenting National Park, officials said Monday.
As international experts convened with government officials and NGOs to discuss the implementation of U.N. human rights law in Taiwan, groups protesting land expropriations criticized what they called government "hypocrisy."
A 600-kilogram giant manta ray caught by fishermen in waters off Tainan's Jiangjun District on Sunday is seen in this Monday, Jan. 16 photo.
A Taiwanese man was indicted in Taichung on Monday for using a mobile phone without permission during a flight, an offense that carries a penalty of up to five years in jail or a fine of up to NT$150,000 (US$4,733)., 1 Comment