The Taipei City Government continued to hemorrhage senior officials Sunday, with news of the resignation of Education Department chief Tang Chih-min (湯志民).
Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je, right, plays a game of xiangqi (also known as Chinese chess) with a senior citizen on Sunday, Sept. 25.
Police raided the headquarters of scandal-hit Taiwanese game developer XPEC Entertainment Inc. for the first time on Friday, as prosecutors summoned its three individual directors as witnesses.
Fu Jen Catholic University announced the suspension of a school dean on Friday, who garnered public ire for allegedly covering up a campus sexual assault case.
The Taipei International Travel Fair (ITF) is giving out iPhone 7s, roundtrip tickets from Taipei to Barcelona and other grand prizes to recruit citizen journalists.
No one was injured when an emergency evacuation slide on a TransAsia Airways Airbus A320 passenger plane parked at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport suddenly popped open Friday.
Taiwanese rapper Wu Rui-er (胡睿兒), right, explains the circumstances of his marijuana use at a press conference, accompanied by Yang Lin (楊琳), also a member of rap group Under Lover, right, in Taipei on Friday, Sept. 23. Wu, released on bail on Thursday after he was arrested for marijuana use, vowed to never again use the drug.
Chan Ho-yeung (陳皓揚), an former Macanese student at National Taiwan University, in grey hoodie, is led away from the Taipei District Court on Thursday, Sept. 22, after a trail on his alleged killing of two cats.
The resignation of Taipei's legal affairs chief was due to differences of opinion with Mayor Ko Wen-je over the handling of a case involving a junior-high school teacher fired in 2008, the ex-official's husband revealed Thursday.
Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) said Wednesday at the city council that his performance in office would determine whether he would seek a second term, adding that he would know if he should "pack his bags."