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Former president Ma Ying-jeou to visit US in February
Former President Ma Ying-jeou will visit the United States next month to deliver speeches related to cross-strait and Taiwan-US relations.
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German Institute director's statement on Int'l Holocaust Remembrance Day
The following is the speech from the Director General of the German Institute, Martin Eberts, on the International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which falls on Jan. 27.
Recently retired U.S. congressman Matt Salmon could be the next de facto U.S. ambassador to Taiwan, an American scholar has said.
More suspected sexual assaults involving Korean tourists have been reported following the arrest of a taxi driver in Taipei for allegedly drugging and sexually assaulting a woman from South Korea, the Yonhap News Agency reported Wednesday.
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The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Wednesday thanked the nation's two remaining diplomatic allies in Africa for their strong support, despite Beijing's attempts to woo them with money.
Seafarer's death highlights interpreter shortage
"It is difficult to leave this place ... I'm often insulted by the captain, too. Here is a victim of violence on this ship," Indonesian seafarer Mualip said in his recorded video of fellow seafarer Supriyanto, who is shown sitting dazed on deck of a ship that left Pingtung's Dong Gang harbor in May.
Taiwan to cooperate with Finland to fight fraud
Taiwan and Finland have signed a cooperation arrangement to jointly fight customs fraud, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced on Friday.
Amid global uncertainty over the presidency of Donald Trump, a top government official here expressed optimism regarding bilateral relations Friday, noting that many members of Trump's team were friendly toward Taiwan.
Gov't denies paying for president's US reception
Taiwan's government denied allegations that it had covered the cost of President Tsai Ing-wen's high-profile welcome during her stopover last week in San Francisco, where she was escorted by police on Harley-Davidson motorcycles.
Tsai sees textiles at core of trade
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) believes textiles should be at the heart of Taiwan's thinking in developing new global trade arrangements and strategies, the Presidential Office said in a statement Sunday.
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