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April 28, 2017

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'No removal of national emblem' at Twin Oaks estate
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) insisted Thursday that its representative office in Washington, D.C. had not removed an R.O.C. emblem design from one of its gardens, but rather had simply updated its appearance.
US continues to support Taiwan's WHA participation: AIT chair
The United States would continue to support Taiwan's participation in the World Health Assembly (WHA), a U.S. envoy said Tuesday.
The U.S. Department of Treasury has kept Taiwan on its currency monitoring list after Washington released its latest twice-a-year foreign exchange policy report on Friday.
Taiwanese travelers to US may undergo 'extreme vetting'
Taiwanese travelers to the United States could be subject to "extreme vetting" as the U.S. government mulls extending stiff security measures to visitors from friendly countries, the Wall Street Journal has reported.
Amnesty Int'l urges Beijing to free activist
Amnesty International and other local civic groups Saturday urged China to release Taiwanese human rights activist Lee Ming-che, who is being held on being held on suspicion of "endangering national security."
Taiwan-funded building burned
Paraguay's National Congress building, set alight by violent protesters Friday, was built using a US$20 million donation from Taiwan, the Chinese-language Liberty Times reported Saturday.
As Carrie Lam emerged as Hong Kong's first female chief executive on Sunday, the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC, 陸委會) congratulated her on her election victory and expressed hopes that Hong Kong and Taiwan would seek to continue boosting bilateral exchanges between two sides.
Tokyo wants 'nuke food' on the table
Japan's Deputy Minister of Internal Affairs and Communications Jiro Akama arrived in Taiwan Saturday, the highest-ranking government official to visit the island since the severing of diplomatic ties between Taipei and Tokyo in 1972.
China is expected to react angrily to Japan's sending of a senior official to Taiwan in a rare visit since Taipei and Tokyo severed diplomatic ties in 1972, Japanese media reported Saturday.
The government has urged the U.S. against a new joint communique with Beijing that could limit arms sales to Taiwan and commit Washington to the "One China" principle, Foreign Minister David Lee said Wednesday.
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