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Delegation to Trump inauguration arrives in US
Taiwan's delegation to U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration ceremony, led by former Premier Yu Shyi-kun, arrived in New York City Tuesday.
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US politicians meet Tsai despite Beijing's request
Several U.S. politicians met President Tsai Ing-wen during a Houston stopover on her way to Central America on Sunday despite a Beijing request not to do so.
Taiwan president won't meet Trump camp in Houston: transition team member
U.S. President-elect Donald Trump's camp said Saturday that it would not meet Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen during her transit in Houston en route to Central America.
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151 higher ed programs report zero enrollment
The dwindling birthrate in Taiwan has apparently taken a toll on higher education, with a rising number of universities reporting serious enrollment shortfalls.
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Japan has refused to resume discussions on an economic partnership agreement (EPA) with Taiwan until it lifts a ban on food imports from radiation-affected areas of Japan, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said Tuesday.
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Sao Tome Breaks Ties with Taiwan
The Republic of China on Wednesday announced an end to diplomatic relations with Sao Tome and Principe, hours after the African country made the same announcement.
Standard Chartered Bank recognized for its banking services, social responsibility
Standard Chartered Bank has won a spate of prestigious year-end awards.
Obama warns Trump against changing US' Taiwan policy
U.S. President Barack Obama warned that any abandonment of the "one China" policy by President-elect Donald Trump may jeopardize peace across the Taiwan Strait.
U.S. President Barack Obama's latest comments on the significance of maintaining the cross-strait status quo were intended as a warning to President-elect Donald Trump against changing the "one China" framework, a Taiwanese observer said Saturday.
A total of around 2,400 Taiwanese suspected telecom fraudsters were arrested abroad between 2011 and 2016, with some 2,000 of them already sent back to Taiwan, 219 still detained in mainland China and 150 held in other countries, according to the statistics released on Friday by the Ministry of Justice (MOJ).
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