"It is difficult to leave this place ... I'm often insulted by the captain, too. Here is a victim of violence on this ship," Indonesian seafarer Mualip said in his recorded video of fellow seafarer Supriyanto, who is shown sitting dazed on deck of a ship that left Pingtung's Dong Gang harbor in May.
Taiwan and Finland have signed a cooperation arrangement to jointly fight customs fraud, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced on Friday.
Amid global uncertainty over the presidency of Donald Trump, a top government official here expressed optimism regarding bilateral relations Friday, noting that many members of Trump's team were friendly toward Taiwan.
Taiwan's government denied allegations that it had covered the cost of President Tsai Ing-wen's high-profile welcome during her stopover last week in San Francisco, where she was escorted by police on Harley-Davidson motorcycles.3 Comments
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) believes textiles should be at the heart of Taiwan's thinking in developing new global trade arrangements and strategies, the Presidential Office said in a statement Sunday.2 Comments
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) said while in El Salvador on Friday that Taiwan will shift away from one-way assistance to its diplomatic allies to a two-way model of bilateral cooperation to help their economic and social development.
Ships sailing near a Panama-registered freighter in distress in waters off Kaohsiung Harbor should take extra safety precautions after two containers fell off the ship on Saturday when it listed to one side, the Coast Guard Administration (CGA) has urged.
President Tsai Ing-wen urged former Premier Yu Shyi-kun (游錫) to "congratulate, express thanks and make bilateral exchanges" to Donald Trump when he leads Taiwan's delegation to the incoming U.S. president's inauguration, Yu said Friday.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Thursday issued a strong protest to Nigeria after the African country asked Taiwan's trade office in its capital to move amid pressure from China.1 Comment
Nigeria's recent demand that Taiwan move its trade office out of the African country's capital city was made in hopes of securing a US$20 billion loan from China, a ruling lawmaker said Thursday.