Former Premier Yu Shyi-kun said Wednesday that Taiwan should not get involved in U.S. relations with China, and should instead ask Washington to stick to the 1979 Taiwan Relations Act and its "Six Assurances" to Taiwan.
A Shih Hsin University instructor embroiled in controversy for temporarily flunking his entire class has resigned, university officials said this morning.
A lawmaker from the ruling Democratic Progressive Party has blamed agricultural officials for not taking a more proactive role in managing the current market glut in locally grown cabbages.
Vice President Chen Chien-jen will unveil the government's controversial pension reform proposals in a press conference this afternoon, he said during a morning radio show in Taipei.
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Experts from the Judicial Reform Foundation called Wednesday for judicial reform efforts to be expedited, saying it was critical for the public to "feel" the reform before trust in the system was completely lost.
The head of a leading business group has thrown his support behind a 2020 presidential bid by Hon Hai Group boss Terry Gou.
Some 28,000 EasyCards will be handed out free of charge to Yilan County junior high and high school students to drive home the message that the cards are for more than just catching trains.
President Tsai Ing-wen, in her capacity as Democratic Progressive Party chairwoman, draws lots at the party's year-end "weiya" banquet in Taipei on Wednesday, Jan. 18.
Taiwan Ratings (中華信用評等), a local partner of U.S.-based Standard & Poor's, has forecast GDP rises of 2 and 2.5 percent for this year and the next respectively -- exceeding those of Singapore and Hong Kong., 1 Comment