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Tsai pays respects after death of Thai king
President Tsai Ing-wen visited Thailand's representative office in Taipei on Monday to pay respects after the death of the country's King Bhumibol Adulyadej last week.
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King Bhumibol: a unifying figure in a diverse nation
Thailand is a nation of many faces, in a way symbolized by Phra Phrom, the four-faced deity honored at Bangkok's iconic Erawan Shrine. The country is deeply Buddhist, with over 90 percent of the population identifying as practitioners of the Theravada tradition of the religion.
AirAsia Philippines, a low-cost carrier based in Manila, is scheduled to start regular flights to Taiwan starting from November.
Taiwan remains on the foreign exchange intervention monitoring list under the U.S. Department of Treasury, after being put on the list in April, the U.S. Treasury said Friday.
The Vienna Boys' Choir will perform a series of concerts in Taiwan next month, including a wide range of music -- from Italian folk songs, to show tunes and hymns -- the event organizer said.
King Bhumibol's body at Grand Palace as public pays respects
A royal convoy led by a van carrying the remains of Thai King Bhumibol Adulyadej drove to the Grand Palace in Bangkok's historic center on Friday, where the body will remain for people to pay respects to the monarch revered by many Thais as their father and a demigod.
President Tsai Ing-wen said Thursday that Taipei looks forward to working closely with the next U.S. administration regardless of who wins the presidential election on Nov. 8.
Four corpses, suspected to be three Taiwanese and one Chinese, were found dumped in vacant lots in the Philippines, Tuesday, according to the country's top broadcaster ABS-CBN.
Six students from around the world won a grant of around £10,000 in round two of the Global Study Awards.
The Taiwan government has expanded its e-visa program to include nationals from nine more countries with immediate effect, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Friday.
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