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Tsai sees herself as a leader with the will to carry out reforms
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) said Friday she is not a political strongman but "a leader under a democracy who has a strong will to carry out reforms," and she pledged to push for any reform that will make Taiwan better.
 
A Taiwanese man studying in Central Java, Indonesia was found dead in his rented home Friday, with the cause of death yet to be determined.
 
Taiwan's health minister arrives in Geneva; to protest WHA exclusion
Health and Welfare Minister Chen Shih-chung (陳時中) arrived in Geneva on Saturday and hopes to meet with officials from countries participating in the World Health Assembly (WHA) while protesting to China over Taiwan's exclusion from this year's event.
 
Tsai Hsueh-ni Foundation donates handicap-accessible van
Tsai Hsueh-ni Foundation donates a handicap-accessible van to Hao-Ren Senior Citizens Home
 
The wife of a Taiwan human rights activist detained in China appealed to the United States for help securing the release of her husband at a U.S. House of Representatives committee hearing on Thursday.
 
Ex-President Chen conditionally permitted to attend fundraising event
Former President Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁), who is currently on medial parole after being convicted of corruption, has received conditional permission to attend an annual fundraising dinner in Taipei on Friday.
 
In order to combat youth unemployment, the government is planning to launch a job card that provides access to career counseling, vocational training and job introduction, the Ministry of Labor announced Thursday.
 
Babies born to foreign nationals who reside in Taiwan legally will be automatically covered by the national health insurance system, instead of having to wait, according to a draft bill that passed an initial screening by a Legislative committee Thursday.
 
Offshore wind energy developers expressed optimism Thursday about Taiwan's efforts to expand renewable energy, saying that the country's experience in offshore wind power could be a model for other Asian countries such as Japan and South Korea.
 
The Ministry of Labor on Thursday denied an online rumor that it spends NT$2 billion (US$66 million) annually to subsidize the placement of 8,000 children abandoned by migrant workers using the Employment Stability Fund.
 
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