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As Carrie Lam emerged as Hong Kong's first female chief executive on Sunday, the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC, 陸委會) congratulated her on her election victory and expressed hopes that Hong Kong and Taiwan would seek to continue boosting bilateral exchanges between two sides.
 
Tokyo wants 'nuke food' on the table
Japan's Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Jiro Akama arrived in Taiwan Saturday, the highest-ranking government official to visit the island since the severing of diplomatic ties between Taipei and Tokyo in 1972.
 
China is expected to react angrily to Japan's sending of a senior official to Taiwan in a rare visit since Taipei and Tokyo severed diplomatic ties in 1972, Japanese media reported Saturday.
 
The government has urged the U.S. against a new joint communique with Beijing that could limit arms sales to Taiwan and commit Washington to the "One China" principle, Foreign Minister David Lee said Wednesday.
 
Chinese president to meet with Trump: reports
U.S. President Donald Trump plans to invite his Chinese counterpart to his estate in Florida for a two-day summit in April, a U.S. news outlets reported.
 
The Gro Brundtland Week of Women in Sustainable Development kicked off Sunday at National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) in Tainan with the aim of promoting public interest in sustainable development and honoring female researchers from developing countries and Taiwan.
 
Judo gold at Baku
This photo courtesy of the International Judo Federation shows Taiwan's Lien Chen-ling (連珍羚), second left, posing with her competitors on Friday, March 10. Lien defeated Dussel Jovana Rogic of Serbia in the women's 57-kg judo final at the Baku Grand Slam 2017 in Azerbaijan on Friday, making her the first Taiwanese to win a Grand Slam gold.
 
Now that the US is out, Beijing authorities may be interested in attending TPP talks
China is mulling participation in upcoming Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) talks to be held in Chile in the wake of the U.S.' withdrawal from the agreement, a Chinese foreign ministry spokesperson has said.
 
Indian community marks Holi Festival, popular celebration to unfold on March 12
The members and friends of Taiwan's Indian community are presenting a festival of friendship, in celebration of spreading love and the beginning of spring in the Indian Calendar this Sunday at luguanghe'an park (綠光河岸公園).
 
MOFA to help search for two missing in Korea
Two Taiwanese women have reportedly been missing in South Korea since mid-February, it was revealed, after the mother of one of the women openly asked the government for assistance on Friday.
 
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