Wednesday, December 11, 2013
Taiwan's famous night markets took the top three spots in a list of the places in Taiwan with the most Facebook check-ins over the past year, according to global rankings released yesterday by the social networking site.
Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Minister of the Interior Lee Hong-yuan (李鴻源) yesterday said there will only be one set of maps and land analysis methods that will be used by both the central government and local government to handle land overuse issues across the country.
No Taiwanese nationals in Singapore were injured during the city-state's largest riot in decades, which took place late Sunday, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said yesterday.
Emergency measures conducted to handle crises in nuclear power plants do not require the abandonment or destruction of the power plants, the Atomic Energy Council (AEC) said yesterday.
The Taiwan Foundation for Democracy (TFD) yesterday released the results of its survey, saying that public satisfaction with communication privacy and freedom has dropped in Taiwan.
Kuomintang (KMT) Legislator Liao Cheng-ching (廖正井) yesterday urged the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) to support his proposal to reduce overcrowding in Taiwan's prisons by commuting more sentences.2 Comments
A legislative committee on Monday approved an amendment to the Habeas Corpus Act that would make it easier for a person detained by any institution other than a court to be brought before a judge within 24 hours.
Temperatures in Taiwan will drop significantly later Monday due to increasing seasonal winds, which have already brought showers across the country, the Central Weather Bureau said.
The military is scheduled to hold a lottery draw next week to decide who will adopt two retired military police sniffer dogs, Military Police Command said yesterday.