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Golden winner
Singer Julia Peng (彭佳慧) and her son pose for a photo at the red carpet event for the 27th Golden Melody Awards in Taipei on Saturday, June 25.
 
China Airlines (CAL) will resume 80 to 90 percent of flights scheduled for Sunday before fully restoring regular flight service starting at 12:00 a.m., Monday, June 27.
 
Tsai arrives in US, meets Senator Marco Rubio
President Tsai Ing-wen Friday arrived in the United States en-route to her first official trip to Latin America, meeting U.S. Senator Marco Rubio during her stopover in Florida.
 
Sunrise festival
Aboriginal elders are seen presiding over a sunrise prayer ritual at Whirl Lan Bay in the eastern county of Hualien on the morning of Saturday, June 25, to kick off the 2nd Whirl Lan Bay Sunrise Festival hosted by the Taiwan Land Development Corp.
 
The legislative caucus of Taiwan's ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) reacted angrily Sunday to China's suspension of official communications with Taiwan, saying that forcing Taiwanese to accept its version of the "1992 Consensus" is tantamount to "blackmail and coercion."
 
The Kuomintang (KMT) congratulated the citizens of the United Kingdom on holding a peaceful referendum on the country's European Union membership, in the wake of Britain's referendum to exit the EU, which was held on Thursday, June 23. According to a KMT press release, the referendum tells the world that the United Kingdom is a "robust democracy governed by the rule of law."
 
The China Airlines Employee Union said Saturday that it will ask the company to extend the same benefits to ground crew as it has agreed to for flight attendants, or it will not rule out the possibility of staging a strike.
 
Beijing said Saturday it had cut off contact with the main Taiwan liaison body because of President Tsai Ing-wen's refusal to endorse the concept of a single Chinese nation, ratcheting up pressure on the new Taiwanese leader.
 
Beijing said Saturday it had cut off contact with the main Taiwan liaison body because of President Tsai Ing-wen's refusal to endorse the concept of a single Chinese nation, ratcheting up pressure on the new Taiwanese leader.
 
President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) has displayed flexibility in dealing with cross-Taiwan Strait relations and it is important for both China and Taiwan to continue to communicate, American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Chairman Raymond Burghardt has said.
 
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