Sunday, September 28, 2014
Taiwan out-batted Japan 10-4 at the 2014 Asian Games Saturday to secure a spot in the final game, likely to be a rematch with South Korea.
The Taipei District Court yesterday ruled that three suspects in a case involving a police detective's death — Kou Huan-ming (苟桓銘), Chang Po-an (張博安) and Wang Pei-an (王培安) — are to be held incommunicado. The court also granted the suspect Huang Hao-yu (黃皓瑜) a NT$100,000 bail yesterday.
The Chinese military has an “army” of hackers attacking Taiwan's government websites daily, with the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) and the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) being targeted most, a Cabinet minister has revealed.
Local retail investors are being barred from investing in China's A shares through the imminent Shanghai-Hong Kong stock links, leaving market consultants Saturday to advise buying exchange traded funds (ETFs) related to A shares to tap into the China market.
The opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) expelled Tsai Jen-chien (蔡仁堅), one of its founding members, Saturday for choosing to run in a local election without the party's endorsement.
Taiwan's national weightlifting coach said that he hoped the stunning success of his golden girls could lift spirits back home in a devastated city close to their hearts.
Several people, including a couple dining at a street vendor in front of the Cheng Huang Temple in Hsinchu City (新竹市), were attacked by a knife-wielding man last night.
The National Security Bureau (NSB) on Saturday admitted to lapses in the handling of security for President Ma Ying-jeou after he was hit by a book thrown by a member of a political group a day earlier.
Green Island will give out a stipend of NT$3,600 to each of its elderly citizens for the upcoming Double Ninth Festival, the highest amount of all local governments.
The government announced yesterday that National Health Insurance (NHI) will no longer cover 897 types of commonly-used repackaged medicines starting Jan. 1, 2015.