Wednesday, October 1, 2014
Huang Yun-wen (黃韻文) defeated her slightly more experienced South Korean opponent in the 2014 Asian Games' women's taekwondo bantamweight match to win a gold medal yesterday.
Foreign blue-collar workers in Taiwan no longer need to leave the country every year, according to a new plan announced by the Ministry of Labor (MOL) yesterday and set for Legislative Yuan review today.
Unable to overcome physical and mental fatigue, Taiwan's Lu Yen-hsun (盧彥勳) had his dream of an Asian Games men's singles gold medal shattered on Tuesday when he was upset by a young Japanese upstart.
President Ma Ying-jou yesterday expressed his concern over the pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong at the ruling party's Zhongshan meeting (中山會報), stating that the escalating confrontations between the police and demonstrators is very worrying.
The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) apprehended a middle-aged man in Taipei on Monday for allegedly drugging and raping a dozen male models in mainland China, including one who died from a drug overdose.
The number of tour groups from China expected to visit Taiwan during China's upcoming week-long National Day holiday will grow only minimally from last year due to a new policy aimed at promoting high-quality tours, travel agents said Tuesday.
Two former senior executives of a cooking oil company were each sentenced Tuesday to one year and four months in prison, suspended for two years, ..............
Apple Inc. is unlikely to change the metal casing design for its smartphone line despite reports that its new iPhone 6 models are vulnerable to bending, according to an analysis by Germany's Deutsche Bank AG.
Top cell phone maker Samsung Electronics Co. said Tuesday its anticipated Galaxy Note 4 will hit Taiwanese shelves Oct. 9, as the South Korean phone giant aims to take on Apple Inc. newly launched large-screen iPhones.