Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Taiwan Woman's Link yesterday urged the Taiwan High Court to amend divorce laws after a 90-year-old woman surnamed Yu was unable to divorce her husband after being separated for 20 years., 5 Comments
The Presidential Office on late Monday confirmed that Navy Vice Admiral Huo Li-ching (霍立青) will officially take over as the new chief aide-de-camp to the president next month.
The R.O.C. Navy yesterday promised to levy punishments on an non-commissioned officer (NCO) who allegedly abused a dog with an iron bar, adding that it had reported the incident to the Kaohsiung City Animal Protection Office (APO) for further investigation., 1 Comment
The first ever youth advisory group of the Executive Yuan yesterday convened its first meeting and made a consensus of scattering the 25 advisors into six teams and holding a large meeting with Premier Jiang Yi-huah's (江宜樺) attendance every three months.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) is expected to hold a summer camp to expand Taiwanese youths' interest in international affairs and the development of nongovernment organizations (NGO) on Aug. 13, adding that the courses and lectures will be given in all-English environment.
Taiwan Solidarity Union lawmaker Chou Ni-An (周倪安) said yesterday that the official written statement charging Cheng Chieh (鄭捷) with homicide has been leaked to the media, causing a serious invasion of the victims' and their families' privacy.
Semiconductor assembly, packaging and testing company Powertech Technology Inc. (力成) yesterday held an earnings conference, announcing a second quarter net income of NT$898 million, up 50.4 percent quarter-on-quarter, and revenues of NT$10.58 billion.
The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) yesterday announced that Alys Spensley has begun her tenure as the cultural affairs officer in the AIT's Public Diplomacy Section.
Thirty-four people have tested positive for AIDS using a rapid saliva screening kit provided by several civic groups, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said yesterday.
A 25-day-old infant died Monday in Southern Taiwan after becoming infected with echovirus type 11, making him the youngest victim of human enterovirus this year, the Centers for Disease Control said Tuesday.