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Guatemala and Nicaragua both invited President Tsai Ing-wen to make a visit during Minister of Foreign Affairs David Lee's recent Central American trip, an official said Tuesday.
In his latest project to help Tuvalu's fight against climate change, Taiwanese artist Vincent J.F. Huang planted 3,000 mangrove trees last month on the coastline of the South Pacific island country to form a giant QR code that connects to a website highlighting the threats facing Tuvalu's existence.
An international Mid-Autumn Festival
Women from Kiribati perform a traditional dance from the island nation in Taipei, Sunday, Sept. 11.
Taiwan's representative office in the Philippines launched a short essay contest Tuesday, inviting Philippine citizens to take part in the event with the top prize being a three-day free trip to Taiwan.
A Taiwanese tug-of-war team grabbed two more gold medals at the 2016 Tug of War International Federation (TWIF) World Outdoor Championships in Sweden on Saturday, bringing the country's total medal count to five in this year's competitions.
ROC on road to attracting foreign talent: Tsai
In a move to draw foreign talent to Taiwan, President Tsai Ing-wen told a group of semiconductor industry leaders that the government plans to create an online platform to simplify visa application procedures, Thursday.
65 apply for France working holiday program
65 Taiwanese have applied to visit France under a recently created working holiday program, according to France's de facto embassy in Taiwan, a month after the reciprocal project opened for applications.
A delegation led by Lord Mayor Graham Quirk of the Australian city of Brisbane is now in Taiwan to explore opportunities for bilateral cooperation.
Taipei protested after Armenia Wednesday deported 78 Taiwanese to mainland China instead of Taiwan in the latest cross-strait row over phone fraud suspect jurisdiction.
The Presidential Office's selection of People First Party (PFP) Chairman James Soong to serve as Taiwan's special envoy to APEC Peru 2016 was reportedly vetoed by the mainland Chinese government, according to multiple reports on Wednesday.
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