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Taiwan is determined to address the dispute with Japan over fishing near the Okinotori atoll in talks scheduled for late July, an official said Thursday.
Taiwan on Wednesday announced a series of changes and plans to simplify visa applications for visitors from the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN), aiming to boost the number of travelers from the area by at least 20 percent this year.
Creativity, flexibility, patience needed for  China talks, says AIT
The U.S. top envoy to Taiwan on Tuesday recommended that both sides of the Taiwan Strait make use of "creativity, flexibility and patience" when handling cross-strait issues, and argued that maintaining two-way dialogue is important for resolving problems.
The United States will be consistent in its handling of transit stops by President Tsai Ing-wen in Miami and Los Angeles during her first trip as president to Latin America in late June, the U.S.' top envoy to Taiwan said Tuesday.
President Tsai Ing-wen expressed the hope Tuesday that cooperation and exchanges between the R.O.C. and Panama can be further strengthened.
Critical studies
In promoting its "Critical Language Scholarship" program, the U.S. State Department selects 20 American students to take an eight-week Chinese-language study course at the National Cheng Kung University.
Taiwan gets inventive
Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York Director Hsu Li-wen (徐儷文), front row fifth left, poses with Taiwan's team to the Pittsburgh International Invention Show in the U.S. on Friday, June 10, in this photo provided by the office.
A U.S. Department of State spokesman on Thursday reiterated Washington's position on transits of Taiwan leaders in the United States as President Tsai Ing-wen prepared to embark on her first overseas trip since taking office on May 20.
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).
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