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With around a month to go until the World Health Organization's (WHO) late-May World Health Assembly (WHA), Taiwan is still anxiously awaiting an invitation.
President Tsai Ing-wen said Thursday she hoped to see Taiwan and the U.K. sign a free-trade agreement (FTA) to accelerate trade.
U.S. officials have already briefed Taiwan on last week's summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping (習近平), the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Tuesday.
Made-in-Taiwan rifle parts selling rapidly in US: report
Around 1,000 rifles built with Taiwanese-made T91 assault rifle upper receivers sold out fast after being released to the U.S. market, local media reported on Monday.
No consensus was reached over whether Taiwanese fishermen can operate freely in a Japanese-claimed territory in the Pacific Ocean following the conclusion of the first meeting aimed at solving the issue on Sunday.
Taiwan on Thursday welcomed a U.S. reassurance that Taiwan would not be a bargaining chip during the upcoming meeting between U.S. President Donald Trump and Chinese leader Xi Jinping.
Pro bono clinic in Nigeria
Taiwan Root Medical Peace Corps (TRMPC, 臺灣路竹醫療和平會) volunteers pose with the medications they donated to Nigeria. In a mission that began on December last year, 30 local volunteer medical experts went to Cross River, a state in eastern Nigeria.
Israel shows Taiwan the way at WBC
Taiwan exited the 2017 World Baseball Classic (WBC) after losing all three group-stage games, leading to its rock-bottom finish in Pool A in South Korea last month.
Are you a qigong (氣功) or tai chi (太極) practitioner with basic English-language skills? Then you may be one of two people that an international aid organization is looking for to serve as a volunteer instructor overseas.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has called on Taiwanese to beware "over-friendly women" while visiting the Philippines, after several cases in which Taiwanese tourists were found doped and robbed during recent visits to Manila.
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