Friday, June 6, 2014
The United Kingdom's representative office in Taiwan is scheduled to launch a series of events in the coming months to promote closer exchanges between Taipei and London in different fields, the UK's top envoy to Taiwan announced yesterday.1 Comment
Thursday, June 5, 2014
Taiwan has asked Denmark to correct information on the website of its foreign ministry that shows Taiwan as part of China, a Taiwanese official said Wednesday.2 Comments
Wednesday, June 4, 2014
Pressure from China was the main reason for a delegation led by Defense Minister Yen Ming (嚴明) to change its itinerary in Africa in April, a diplomatic source told local media yesterday.
An opening ceremony yesterday marked the commencement of COMPUTX Taipei, the largest information and communication technology expo in Asia and the second largest in the world.
U.S. auto giant Ford showed off its new Mustang at Asia's biggest tech fair Tuesday, billing it as “the smartest Mustang to date,” with voice controls and early warning collision systems.
Intel Corp. on Tuesday put forward five concepts that it said would guide its development of wearable computing technology, as part of its efforts to capitalize on the fast-growing market.
Shares in Taiwan closed higher Tuesday after fluctuations that hovered around the 9,100-point mark, following a rise on the Dow Jones Industrial Average the previous day.
China Airlines (CAL, 中華航空), Taiwan's largest air carrier, is ready to adopt any new flight tracking measures the International Air Transport Association (IATA) might initiate later this year, CAL Chairman Sun Huang-hsiang (孫洪祥) said during IATA's annual meeting in Doha.1 Comment
The expansion of Taiwan's manufacturing activity slowed down in May, according to the latest data from the Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (CIER), a local economic think tank.
Monday, June 2, 2014
Taiwan is earning recognition for its contribution to regional peace and stability, as evidenced by the good international responses regarding its handling of fishing disputes with Japan and the Philippines, an expert in international relations said Saturday.1 Comment