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Hawaii Tourism Taiwan has announced it will hold its second yearly running event on the northeast coast of Taiwan in September.
 
Ex-EU ambassador's wife promotes guide to Taiwan local teas
Margaret Ledoux, the wife of a former EU ambassador to the Philippines, promoted her book "The Spirit of Tea Making -- A Simple Guide to Enjoying Taiwanese Tea" in Taipei recently and shared her tea experiences with members of the Welcome to Taipei International Club (WTIC).
 
Foreign Minister David Lee (李大維) on Tuesday clarified the wording of a letter sent to the World Health Assembly (WHA) in response to the international health body's invitation letter sent to Taiwan's delegation for its annual summit in Geneva, held last month.
 
A Kenyan court has decided to postpone until next month a scheduled court session to decide the fates of five Taiwanese nationals involved in telecommunications fraud, a Foreign Ministry spokeswoman said on Tuesday.
 
Taiwan's excellent results in treating the burn victims of a fiery explosion that occurred last year at the Formosa Fun Coast Water Park (八仙樂園) in New Taipei have deeply impressed Europe's medical community, a local doctor said Saturday.
 
Three Taiwanese nationals were among suspects arrested in the Philippines Tuesday for allegedly manufacturing amphetamine there.
 
Agriculture Minister Tsao Chi-hung (曹啟鴻) on Monday walked back his past claim that Taiwan would inevitably need to lift its ban on U.S. pork containing ractopamine, a controversial feed additive.
 
A United Kingdom trade and technology mission is currently visiting Taiwan for a three-day tour to share the UK's experience with renewable energy, especially in the offshore wind energy industry, the British Office announced on Monday.
 
A Taiwan delegation led by Economics Minister Lee Chih-kung (李世光) will depart for France on May 31 to attend informal mini-ministerial meetings of the World Trade Organization (WTO) and the Trade in Services Agreement (TiSA).
 
Next AEAR head pledges to promote Taiwan-Japan ties amid fishing row
The incoming head of a semi-official body responsible for Taiwan-Japan relations said Friday he would do his best to promote a closer relationship in the wake of a recent fishery incident that complicated bilateral ties for more than a month.
 
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