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Scholars unveiled a number of predictions Sunday for President-elect Tsai Ing-wen's inauguration speech this week, ranging from downplaying cross-strait affairs to proposing a return to the international community.
Alleged Chinese fraudsters spotted in Taiwan
News surfaced Saturday that a gang of Chinese con artists have been seen extorting money from pedestrians on the streets of Taiwan recently, with police discovering that at least one of the alleged members had entered Taiwan on a tourist visa.
Negotiations continue on telephone scammers
Director-General of the Ministry of Justice's Department of International and Cross-Strait Legal Affairs Chen Wen-chi (陳文琪), left, speaks to mainland Public Security Bureau official Chen Zhimin (陳智敏), right, in Zhuhai City on Friday, May 13.
Strait talk
Lin Join-sane, chairman of Taiwan's semi-official Straits Exchange Foundation (SEF), speaks at a board meeting in Taipei on Friday, May 13. Lin...
'One China' principle linked to WHA participation: TAO
Mainland China on Wednesday called any challenge to the "One China" principle "unsustainable" following remarks made by the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) stating that Taiwan's participation in the World Health Assembly (WHA) had nothing to do with U.N. General Assembly Resolution 2758.
China will allow the family members of 45 Taiwanese fraud suspects being detained in Beijing to visit their relatives beginning on May 15, according to China's Taiwan Affairs Office.
China police call for teamwork in busting of pyramid schemes
Mainland Chinese police yesterday called for more cooperation from Taiwan in cracking down on pyramid schemes run by Taiwanese in Guangxi province.
The 2016 Cross-Strait CEO Summit (CSCS) will be held in November in Kinmen and Xiamen, a senior official of the CSCS on the Taiwanese side said.
Chinese police want cooperation in pyramid scheme crackdown
Mainland Chinese police today called for more cooperation from Taiwan in cracking down on pyramid schemes run by Taiwanese in Guangxi province.
The justice minister-designate on Monday proposed establishing a mechanism with China for addressing criminal activity committed in a third country, in light of recent incidents in which Taiwanese telecom fraud suspects operating abroad were deported to China.
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