President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) delivered a speech to the Congress of Guatemala Thursday, during which she reaffirmed the value of the long-standing relations between Taiwan and the Central American country and her administration's commitment to "steadfast diplomacy."
As China seeks to limit Taiwan's international space, the United States should help Taipei keep its diplomatic allies and not leave it at the mercy of Beijing, U.S. think tank expert Walter Lohman said., 2 Comments
Nigeria's presidency has dismissed what it called 'incorrect media reports' to the effect that Nigeria has cut ties with Taiwan, African media reports said.
The recent conduct of air and maritime exercises by Chinese armed forces in the area around Taiwan is an example of by China showcasing its growing military strength and not a show of force directed at the government of Taiwan, according to former U.S. Institute in Taiwan (AIT) director Douglas Paal.
U.S. airline company Delta Air Lines will stop serving Taiwan in May, media reports quoted local travel agents as saying Friday., 1 Comment
Surrounding himself with a mountain of cabbages, Taipei Agricultural Products Marketing Co. (TAPMC) Chairman Han Kuo-yu (韓國瑜) confirmed rumors Thursday that he would be throwing his hat into the ring for the opposition Kuomintang (KMT) leadership.
The Cabinet on Thursday called for blood donors to keep on giving as the nation's blood bank reported an alarming drop in donations following a scandal over its financial ties.
President Tsai Ing-wen and her Guatemalan counterpart, Jimmy Morales, reaffirmed their commitment to relations and cooperation between the two countries Wednesday, with Tsai saying that Taiwan will continue to support a Guatemalan highway expansion project, a proposal put forward by Morales., 1 Comment
Former Premier Simon Chang said that he would neither run for Taipei City mayor in 2018 in a radio interview on Friday.
Good morning, here are the top stories from around Taiwan for Friday January 13, 2017.