Australia and New Zealand's top envoys to Taiwan participated in a special fundraising event Thursday in Taipei, which involved sleeping on the floor in a cold room and having their electronic devices taken away to simulate homelessness.
An academic conference on political, economic and social developments in Taiwan and Hungary, as well as the bilateral trade between the two nations, was held in Budapest, with the participation of 25 scholars from the two countries, according to a statement released by Taiwan's representative office in Hungary.
Continued arms sales to Taiwan help ensure the perpetuation of its democratic government, the head of the United States Pacific Command said Tuesday.1 Comment
Taiwan will not be a "trouble maker" in the Asia-Pacific region under the country's newly elected Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) administration, a DPP think tank member said Monday in the United States.
A project to upgrade the Bonriki International Airport in the South Pacific country of Kiribati is set to be completed in the second half of this year, with the assistance of a loan from Taiwan, according to the government-funded agency that is providing the money.
A long-stalled plan for cooperation between a local school and the prestigious Le Cordon Bleu, the largest network of culinary and hospitality schools in the world, might finally get off the ground after a Taiwanese official said Tuesday that the necessary procedures will be completed soon.
A cooperative project between a Taipei-based foundation and an Indian non-government organization has assisted at least 500 female burn survivors in India, giving them access to physical and psychological rehabilitation services.
Joint efforts by Taiwan, mainland China and the Philippines have resulted in the busting of a cross-border drug trafficking ring, the Penghu District Prosecutors Office said.
South Korea has pledged a donation to support relief efforts after a deadly earthquake hit Southern Taiwan four days ago and left at least 46 people dead and 548 people injured.
Taiwan extended its appreciation to Japan, China and the U.S. for its generosity in the wake of the magnitude 6.4 earthquake that struck southern Taiwan and killed at least 38 people early Saturday.