Sunday, May 25, 2014
Taiwan's Ministry of Justice (MOJ) on Saturday welcomed a British high court ruling that a Briton found guilty in a hit-and-run case in Taiwan will have to pay civil damages to the victim's family.
Taipei and Washington have renewed an agreement that would prevent a repeat of a diplomatic blunder where Taiwan's diplomats were subpoenaed by a U.S. court to testify against a colleague in a fraud case.
Saturday, May 24, 2014
The Institute for Information Industry (III) recently dispatched a business team to visit countries in the Middle East, and signed contracts with institutions in Kuwait and Oman to further bilateral cooperation.
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Taiwan's representative office is closely monitoring the latest situation in Thailand, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said yesterday, after Thailand's army declared the implementation of martial law earlier the same day in an move to keep the country stable after months of political unrest.
Tuesday, May 20, 2014
After examinations made by forestry experts from Japan and Taiwan, the Friends of Daan Forest Park Foundation yesterday announced that a primary makeover for the park would cost approximately NT$30 million.
Two lawmakers have recently advocated for the Ministry of National Defense (MND) to introduce the “weekend warrior” program to Taiwan to boost the nation's combat readiness in case of war.
Monday, May 19, 2014
Vietnam is sympathetic toward Taiwanese and other foreign investors whose businesses have been affected by anti-China rioting there and has promised to help them resume production, Vietnamese government officials said Saturday evening in Hanoi.
Saturday, May 17, 2014
Bui Trong Van, head of the Vietnam Economic and Cultural Office in Taipei, pledged Friday that Hanoi will protect Taiwanese citizens and their assets during a mass rally scheduled across the Southeast Asian country on Sunday.
Major Taiwanese textile companies resumed operations in Vietnam Friday after days of anti-Chinese riots over Beijing's maneuvering in the South China Sea forced factories to shut down out of safety concerns.
Nearly 6,000 Taiwanese nationals have safely returned from Vietnam following the riots that erupted in southern Vietnam Tuesday, the Ministry of the Interior said Friday.