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Gov't confirms Tsai received top Trump adviser
President Tsai Ing-wen met with Edwin Feulner, a top adviser to U.S. President-elect Donald Trump in October, government officials disclosed Thursday.
Senior member of Trump team met previously with Pres. Tsai in October: FM
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump previously sent one of his top advisers to Taiwan to meet with President Tsai Ing-wen, Foreign Minister David Lee revealed Thursday in Taipei.
US-Taiwan relations to 'remain on course'
United States-Taiwan relations will continue to thrive whether the U.S. has a Republican or Democrat president, the de facto U.S. ambassador to Taiwan said Wednesday in Taipei before the election was called.
The Philippines' new top envoy to Taiwan has arrived the country to start his tenure as chief representative of the Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO).
The Centers for Disease Control on Wednesday issued a travel alert for Palau, a popular destinations for Taiwanese tourists, after one case of indigenous Zika virus was reported there Monday.
Taiwan-born Democrat Yuh-Line Niou received 27,679 votes, or 67 percent of the 41,312 ballots counted, in the New York State Assembly's 65th District on Tuesday, becoming the first Asian-American woman to represent Manhattan in the state assembly.
President Tsai Ing-wen announced Monday that the southern port of Kaohsiung would serve as the base for Taiwan's efforts to increase trade and investment with Southeast Asian countries.
Import restrictions for products from Japan's nuclear-affected areas may soon be relaxed, a new government report hints.
A U.S. official in charge of Taiwan-related affairs has said that Washington supports Taipei's efforts to expand its participation in international activities in a constructive way.
Premier Lin Chuan (林全) said Thursday that students who come to Taiwan to study for a degree, whether they are Chinese or foreign, will be covered by the nation's health insurance program and be required to pay the full amount of the health insurance premium.
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