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Taiwan is planning to bring in workers from Myanmar on a trial basis in the first half of the year, Foreign Minister David Lin has confirmed, according to a local newspaper.
The R.O.C. representative to the U.S. on Friday objected to the opposition party's criticism that President Ma Ying-jeou's "diplomatic truce" policy had left Taiwan's career diplomats without a cause.
Wu Rong-chuan (吳榮泉), Taiwan's former representative in Toronto, arrived in Ottawa on Thursday to officially assume office as Taiwan's new top envoy to Canada.
The Papua New Guinea Trade Office in Taiwan opened Thursday, which will strengthen exchanges and cooperation between the two countries in areas such as trade, business, investment and tourism, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said.
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The Presidential Office on Monday warned of the danger of restarting a diplomatic war with China, following criticism by opposition presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) of President Ma Ying-jeou's (馬英九) foreign policy.
Two owners of a seafood company in the Southern Taiwan county of Pingtung and three manpower brokers were indicted Monday, after they were found hiring nine Indonesians for work not in line with their job description.
Local and Indonesian police officers intercepted 1,700 kilograms of marijuana in a joint operation in Indonesia's Aceh on Dec. 16, preventing transshipment to neighboring countries, including Taiwan.
A charity movement aimed at collecting used shoes for African children has received over a million pairs since its launch in 2014, event organizers said Friday.
A local women's rights group expressed the hope Friday that negotiations between Japan and South Korea over the "comfort women" issue could be expanded to include Taiwan.
With international students accounting for 11.44 percent of its graduate student pool, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology (NTUST) is hoping to attract more foreign students, especially those from Southeast Asia and Africa, according to the university's president.
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