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May, 3, 2016

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The Pacific-island nation of Kiribati has signed an AU$1.7 million (US$1.3 million) contract with Kaohsiung-based San Yang Shipbuilding Corporative Company to build a landing craft, according to Kay Lin (林恩真), deputy director-general of MOFA's Department of East Asian and Pacific Affairs.
 
With the arrival of the bluefin tuna season, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Thursday urged local fishermen not to fish in the Philippines' territorial waters lest they be detained by Philippine authorities.
 
President Ma Ying-jeou called for immediate action Wednesday to safeguard the nation's fishing operations in the open sea after Japan seized a Taiwanese fishing vessel and detained its captain off the Okinotori atoll (Okinotorishima) earlier this week.
 
Japan releases held fishing vessel captain
The captain of a Taiwanese vessel seized by Japanese coastguardsmen while operating near an atoll claimed by Japan in the Pacific Ocean was released by Tokyo on Tuesday after paying a NT$1.7 million security deposit, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has confirmed.
 
Premier Simon Chang (張善政) said Tuesday that the Japanese coast guard had no right to detain a Taiwanese fishing boat in waters off Japan's Okinotorishima coral reefs the previous day.
 
Taiwanese conglomerate Formosa was under attack in Vietnam's normally staid state-media Monday over allegations of industrial pollution leaching from a multibillion-U.S.-dollar steel mill that may have caused mysterious mass fish deaths.
 
The Fulbright Taiwan program is now accepting applications for academic exchanges between the United States and Taiwan, according to a press release from the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), a proud partner of the Fulbright Taiwan program, yesterday.
 
Taiwan's government has been asked to help ethnic Chinese revive Chinese language and cultural education in Kolkata, which has disappeared from the eastern Indian city for several years.
 
Retired US officer hopes to reunite with Liouguei locals
A retired U.S. Army officer who spent a month in a village in Southern Taiwan in the 1970s recently returned to the country in an attempt to reconnect with the people he met 44 years ago.
 
The Taipei Cultural and Economic Delegation in Geneva said it remained optimistic that Taiwan would receive an invitation to observe at this year's World Health Assembly (WHA).
 
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