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VP to make state trip to Dominican Republic
Vice President Chen Chien-jen is slated to embark on his first diplomatic trip Aug. 13 to attend the president of the Dominican Republic's inauguration ceremony, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced Friday.
The government is striking a confident tone in the face of a report on a breakthrough in relations between mainland China and the Vatican, Taiwan's only European diplomatic ally.
Yuriko Koike, the newly elected governor of Tokyo, said Thursday that Japan and Taiwan have built a solid partnership for mutual assistance in times of natural disasters.
A Taiwanese lawmaker held for nine hours at Vietnam's international airport on Monday had violated local tourist visa regulations, Vietnamese authorities said Tuesday.
Nearly 10,000 pairs of donated used shoes were loaded into a container Sunday, ready to be shipped to Kenya.
Legislative Speaker Su Jia-chyuan is to head a cross-party parliamentary delegation to visit Japan Aug. 1-4, an official of the Legislative Yuan confirmed Sunday.
Taiwanfest to celebrate Taiwanese culture and community in Canada
Taiwanfest, an annual event that highlights Taiwan's arts and culture in Canada, will soon be held in Toronto and Vancouver to promote Taiwanese culture and celebrate Canada's multiculturalism, event organizers announced in Taipei on Friday.
Delegation returns from Republican Convention before Democrats meet
Political party officials and legislators from Taiwan's major political parties returned to Taiwan yesterday from the Republican National Convention held in Cleveland, Ohio from July 18 to July 21.
A U.S. district court of appeal in San Francisco has handed down a ruling against an overseas Chinese association in the city over its removal of the national flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) from its office in 2013 to show the end of their support for the ROC government.
A Kenyan court has decided once again to postpone a court session that would decide the fate of five detained Taiwanese nationals suspected of telecommunications fraud, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said.
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