Tuesday, June 24, 2014
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said yesterday that it has been working hard alongside Taiwan's representative office in Japan to deal with the controversy over the naming used to refer to the National Palace Museum (NPM) exhibition set to open Tuesday in Tokyo.
Taiwan's new representatives to Hungary and Canada and its new ambassadors to Belize and Nauru were sworn in during a ceremony presided over by President Ma Ying-jeou on Monday, according to a Presidential Office statement.
Monday, June 23, 2014
The National Palace Museum (NPM) yesterday released a statement saying that it will decide whether or not the planned Japanese exhibition will proceed after inspections on promotional publication replacement efforts by the Tokyo National Museum (TNM) have been carried out.
Sunday, June 22, 2014
After 16 hours of negotiations between delegates from Taiwan and Japan, the Tokyo National Museum (TNM) decided to take down promotional posters that fail to recognize the “national” status of Taiwan's National Palace Museum (NPM).7 Comments
Saturday, June 21, 2014
Taiwan yesterday issued an ultimatum to Japan after it found some of the promotional materials issued by a Tokyo museum for an upcoming exhibition, which features artifacts on loan from Taiwan's National Palace Museum (NPM), referred to the Taipei museum without using the word “national.”2 Comments
Friday, June 20, 2014
A former Japanese ambassador to Myanmar has been assigned to head the Taipei office of the Japan Interchange Association, the representative office of Japan in Taiwan in the absence of official diplomatic ties, according to Japanese diplomatic sources.
The PC market is on track for recovery, as shown by growing consumer demand, Quanta Computer (廣達) said yesterday, adding that sales in the second half of the year are likely to exceed those in the first half.
Thursday, June 19, 2014
Taiwan's top envoy to Norway has been named as the nation's new representative to the Philippines, the Presidential Office announced Tuesday.
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
At least four weeks are needed before the United Kingdom can make public its decision on whether or not it will extradite a runaway Briton — convicted in Taiwan for a fatal hit-and-run in 2010 — to Taiwan to serve his sentence, a Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) official said yesterday.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014