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Friday, June 27, 2014
Republic of China passports are ranked the 22nd most useful in the world in terms of gaining visa-free access to other countries, according to, a U.K.-based site designed to help people move abroad.
Taiwan -- ASE antes up capital investment to boost production capacity
With the prospect of more orders coming in during the second half of the year, Advanced Semiconductor Engineering (ASE, 日月光) plans to ante up its capital investment this year by almost 36 percent in order to meet customers' demand, said the company's chief operating officer Wu Tien-yu (吳田玉) during a shareholders' conference yesterday.
Thursday, June 26, 2014
Taiwan -- Ties not affected by exhibition naming row: envoy
The unofficial ties between Taiwan and Japan have not been affected by the row over publicity materials that omitted the word “national” from the name of the National Palace Museum (NPM) in Taipei, Tokyo's deputy representative in Taiwan said Wednesday.
Japan's new representative to Taiwan is set to formally take up his new post in July, according to Japan's Interchange Association.
Taiwan -- TPP vital to US' continued involvement in Asia: Singapore PM
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is a vital component of the United States' continued involvement in a rapidly shifting Asia, Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said on Tuesday.
A Taiwanese fishing boat that went missing on June 19 was found by an Indonesian military vessel yesterday morning, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said yesterday.
The family of the skipper of a Taiwanese fishing boat who was reported missing after allegedly falling overboard in waters north of Indonesia were anxious Wednesday to find out what had happened on the vessel, which is crewed by 12 Indonesians.
The opening of an unprecedented exhibition of imperial Chinese treasures from Taiwan's National Palace Museum (NPM) brought a record number of visitors to the Tokyo National Museum.
Wednesday, June 25, 2014
Taiwan -- NPM exhibition in Japan expected to draw record number of visitors
An unprecedented exhibition of artifacts from Taiwan's National Palace Museum (NPM) in Japan that is expected by at least one Japanese official to draw record crowds opened to the public on Tuesday.
The lieutenant governors of Indiana, Washington and Missouri are in Taiwan to advance trade ties between their states and Taiwan, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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