Wednesday, January 8, 2014
Anti-nuclear activists from Taiwan and Japan are calling for participation in a proposed international group lawsuit against the equipment suppliers of a Japanese nuclear plant that suffered meltdowns in a 2011 earthquake-tsunami catastrophe, in an effort to highlight the responsibilities they have for the disaster.
Tuesday, January 7, 2014
Taiwan will talk with the United States regarding malfunctions recently identified in the weapons systems the U.S. sold to Taiwan, Taipei's de facto ambassador to Washington said yesterday.
Twelve Taiwanese students who have devoted themselves to learning about coral reefs will depart for the United States next week, where they are set to interact with their young counterparts and discuss the science of the underwater colonies.
Sunday, January 5, 2014
The peaceful development of relations across the Taiwan Strait has been positive because it has helped reduce friction between China and the United States over Taiwan to some extent, China's ambassador to the U.S. said Friday.
Saturday, January 4, 2014
Taiwanese-Brazilian teenager Iruan Ergui Wu (吳憶樺) returned to Taiwan yesterday and was warmly greeted by relatives who had lost a custody battle to keep him 10 years ago.
Friday, January 3, 2014
The favorite for Indonesia's next president Joko Widodo is reported to have a relationship with Taiwan that dates back many years.
A boy at the center of a high-profile tug of war between Taiwan and Brazil during a messy child custody battle a decade ago departed Sao Paulo late Wednesday for a two-week visit to Taiwan.
China Airlines (CAL), Taiwan's biggest carrier, won the International Trophy at the 125th Rose Parade held Wednesday in Pasadena, California with a float titled “Taiwan Dreams Rising.”
Wednesday, January 1, 2014
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said yesterday it is maintaining its travel alert for Russia in the wake of bombing attacks in the city of Volgorad. The yellow travel alert, the second-highest on the ministry's four-color scale, advises people to reconsider any travel plans to Russia and pay special attention to their safety if they must go there.
Starting next year, Taiwan will send certified professionals to its diplomatic allies and other countries to teach Mandarin Chinese, the government-funded agency responsible for the initiative said Tuesday.5 Comments