Wednesday, September 24, 2014
Taiwanese athlete Lin Tzu-chi (林子琦) yesterday broke the world record for women's under-63-kilogram weightlifting with a combined score of 261 kilograms, winning the national team another gold medal at the 17th Asian Games in Incheon, South Korea.
Premier Jiang Yi-huah (江宜樺) yesterday said the issue of who should be held accountable over the tainted oil scandal will be taken care of next week.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver said Monday the league will review its policies on domestic violence, trying to head off the kind of crisis now facing the NFL.
Wanted by the police since the murder of a police detective 10 days ago, gang member Chou Yu-teng (周譽騰) yesterday turned himself in to the police, bringing the main wanted suspect list down to one other gang member.
Taiwan's Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) urged Kaohsiung Tuesday to lift its night flight ban at its international airport to promote the development of local low cost carriers (LCCs).
The Cabinet has instructed public servants not to use popular messaging app LINE to transmit sensitive information due to security concerns, Premier Jiang Yi-huah said Tuesday.
The majority of the reported occupational injuries among municipal street cleaners in Taipei over the past eight years occurred during rush hour, the city's Department of Environmental Protection said Tuesday.
Without its naturalized center Quincy Davis, Taiwan national basketball team proved no match for the much taller team from Kazakhstan yesterday as the team lost by six points at the Asian Games held at Incheon, South Korea.
Hsieh Su-wei (謝淑薇) and Chan Yung-jan (詹詠然) rarely play together and had a highly publicized dust-up before the Asian Games, but that hasn't stopped them from putting Taiwan within a match of winning gold in the women's tennis team competition at the Games.