With the Vatican signaling that it is hoping to improve ties with mainland China after decades of tension, the Foreign Ministry said Sunday that it would follow developments in the matter closely, adding it will continue efforts to strengthen bilateral relations with the Holy See.
The campaign team of Hillary Clinton, the U.S. presidential candidate of the Democratic Party, will come to Taiwan to raise funds in September for her campaign activities, according to her official website.
A delegation from the Hungarian Parliament is visiting Taiwan to improve exchanges with their counterparts in Taiwan and explore the feasibility of bilateral cooperation in the areas of economics and trade, according to a statement released Sunday by Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) Thursday called for the return of a senior Turkish envoy who left Taiwan amid allegations of sexual harassment and obstruction of official duties.
The government of St. Vincent and the Grenadines on Tuesday reaffirmed its commitment to maintaining its 35-year-old, unbroken diplomatic relationship with the R.O.C. (Taiwan) after the main opposition New Democratic Party (NDP) announced that it would switch its diplomatic allegiance to Beijing if elected to office.
Three Taiwanese and three Malaysian nationals were arrested in Malaysia on Aug. 19 in a joint drug bust operation by Taiwanese and Malaysian authorities, Taiwan's Investigation Bureau said Wednesday.
Council of Indigenous Peoples Minister Icyang Parod poses with a delegation of Hawaii state senators in New Taipei City, Tuesday, Aug. 23.
Twenty-five Taiwan nationals were arrested Monday on the Philippine resort island of Boracay for allegedly engaging in criminal activities related to drugs and telecom fraud, local authorities said.
Professor Myat Thandar, Rector of the University of Nursing, Yangon, Myanmar led a delegation to National Cheng Kung University (NCKU) in Tainan as part of an educational collaboration.
Former Premier Yu Shyi-kun (游錫堃) of the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) said Saturday that the government should apply for membership of the United Nations, while urging the Taiwanese people to work together to make Taiwan a "normal" country.