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The provost of the National Chengchi University's (NCCU) Academic Affairs Office disclosed recently during her trip to Malaysia that the school is planning to set up Southeast Asian languages departments, according to alumni in Malaysia Thursday.
A new think tank was established in Washington on Wednesday with the aim of promoting Taiwan-U.S. relations and perpetuating the goal of strengthening bilateral ties.
Vegetable prices up 15% as Typhoon Meranti approaches
Vegetable prices in the local wholesale market rose about 15 percent on Tuesday from a day earlier as Typhoon Meranti approaches, according to sources from the Taipei Fruit and Vegetable Market.
Due to alleged intervention from Beijing, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA, 外交部) said Monday that it has not yet received an invitation to attend the upcoming International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Assembly -- the world's top civil aviation meeting.
Taiwan and Indonesia are economically complementary to each other and should strengthen their cooperation, a special envoy of Indonesian President Joko Widodo said Thursday.
Vice President Chen Chien-jen returned to Taiwan Thursday from a visit to the Holy See, where he attended the canonization ceremony of Saint Teresa of Calcutta.
The Philippines' recently-declared "state of national emergency" should have little impact on Taiwanese visitors to the country, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Wednesday.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Tuesday rebutted a BBC report that suggested Foreign Minister David Lee (李大維) recently made a rare stopover in Canada before visiting Central America and the Caribbean region.
Taiwan UN alliance
The Taiwan United Nations Alliance (台灣聯合國協進會) hold a press conference at the Legislative Yuan on Tuesday, Sept. 6.
Republic of China's (Taiwan) Vice President Chen Chien-jen said Monday that his country is maintaining "good and sustainable relations" with the Holy See, amid speculation that efforts by the Vatican and Beijing to establish diplomatic relations are making progress.
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