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Opposition People First Party Chairman James Soong, who represented Taiwan at the 2016 APEC leaders' meeting in Peru, said Sunday he was pleased with his performance at the summit.
Students from Taiwan won a total of seven medals at the International Mathematics and Science Olympiad for Primary Schools (IMSO) 2016 held Nov. 9-13 in Tangerang City, Indonesia, officials of the Taiwan delegation said on Wednesday.
Trump taps Taiwan-friendly Republican
The appointment of Reince Priebus as U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's chief of staff has been described as "good news for Taiwan" by the government.
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The National Security Bureau (NSB) believes the United States could ask Taiwan to upgrade its self-defense capabilities after President-elect Donald Trump takes office, leading to an increase in Taiwan's military spending.
Former President Ma Ying-jeou will leave for a visit to Malaysia on Tuesday, according to Ma's office.
Former Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs Francis Liang (梁國新) has been appointed Taiwan's representative to Singapore, the Presidential Office announced on Monday.
Taiwan's relations with the United States are expected to keep moving steadily forward over the next four years, Taiwan's representative to the United States said Saturday, addressing concerns about possible changes in U.S. foreign policy when President-elect Donald Trump takes office in January.
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) on Sunday expressed confidence in Taiwan-U.S. relations under the incoming administration of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump.
Leaders of US veterans' service organization visit Taiwan
Leaders of AMVETS (American Veterans), a congressionally chartered veterans' service organization in the U.S., just completed their extended annual visit to Taiwan.
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United States Presidential-elect Donald Trump is more unpredictable than his Democratic Party rival Hillary Clinton, and he will likely push Taiwan to buy more weapons from the United States if elected, Taiwanese scholars said Wednesday.
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