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Transportation Minister Ho Chen Tan departed Thursday for Peru to attend a meeting of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) tourism ministers.
Health minister Lin Tzou-yien addresses WHA
Minister of Health and Welfare Lin Tzou-yien (林奏延) spoke for Taiwan Wednesday at the United Nations World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva, calling on the international community to support its increased participation in global health issues.
Taiwan, Japan talk on fishing rights
Foreign Minister David Lee (李大維) on Tuesday said Taiwan-Japan talks planned for July to address disputes over fishing near the Okinotori atoll will likely expand Taiwanese fishermen's rights in the area.
The new government resolved to safeguard the livelihood of Taiwanese fisherman Tuesday after Japanese media reports indicated a policy shift in maritime patrols surrounding the open waters of Okinotori atoll that were instituted weeks before under the Ma administration.
Gov't has 'no specific position' on Okinotori: Cabinet
In an apparent reversal of the previous administration's policies, Cabinet spokesman Tung Chen-yuan said Tuesday that the government had no "specific position" on whether the Okinotori reefs constitute an island.
Current and past US envoys laud Taiwan's peaceful transition
The top U.S. envoy to Taiwan and five of his predecessors have congratulated the Taiwanese people for the democratic achievement marked by President Tsai Ing-wen's inauguration.
International visitors to this year's COMPUTEX TAIPEI, the biggest ICT tradeshow in Asia, are offered an exclusive, tailor-made tour to famous sightseeing spots in Northern Taiwan
Indonesia will not cut off the flow of skilled migrant workers to Taiwan in 2017 but its approach on domestic helpers has yet to be set in stone, an Indonesian official said earlier this week.
17 Taiwanese injured in crash in Switzerland, says Foreign Ministry
Seventeen Taiwanese tourists were injured when their bus was struck by a train in Interlaken, Switzerland on Friday night, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA, 外交部). There were no fatalities.
Taiwan's delegation to the annual World Health Assembly (WHA), led by Health and Welfare Minister Lin Tzou-yien (林奏延), arrived in Geneva Saturday morning, the Central News Agency reported from Geneva.
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