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Gifts for Panama and Paraguay
President Tsai Ing-wen leaves today for her first state trip that will take her to Panama and Paraguay, two of Taiwan's diplomatic allies, with stopovers in the United States.
Tsai to embark on 9-day trip to Panama, Paraguay
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) will leave Friday on a nine-day trip that will take her to Panama and Paraguay, two of Taiwan's diplomatic allies, with stopovers in the United States, the Presidential Office confirmed Wednesday.
Cambodia plans to send 21 Taiwanese arrested for suspected fraud to China instead of the self-ruled island this Friday, a Cambodian official said. Rights activists and Taiwan say the plan reflects the great influence Beijing exercises over Cambodia through aid and investment.
Taiwan experts celebrate Jakarta MRT milestone
Several Taiwanese technicians in Jakarta to help build a tunnel for the city's mass rapid transit (MRT) line celebrated the tunnel's recent breakthrough by posing for photos with a flag of the Republic of China (Taiwan) at the job site.
Canada's representative office in Taiwan on Friday expressed hopes that the local government will lift its existing ban on imports of Canadian beef products as soon as possible, following media reports that the government is mulling the decision.
Defense officials from Taiwan and the United States will meet soon for the first time since President Tsai Ing-wen took office in May, to discuss exchanges between their armed forces and joint training programs, sources said Thursday.
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.
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