Parents of a National Taiwan University alumnus who murdered his girlfriend in 2014 have agreed to compensate her family members in a settlement reached Monday.
The average real wage of employees in the service and manufacturing sectors in Taiwan declined 0.1 percent year-on-year in the first six months of the year, government data showed Monday.
As it warms up for the grand Taichung World Flora Exposition 2018, the Taichung City Government presents Taichung Arts Festival 2016, which will showcase hundreds of performances from local and overseas artists.
Export orders shrank 3.4 percent to US$1.25 billion in July, marking the 16th consecutive month of decline, according to a report released by the Economics Ministry Monday.
This photo shows Formosa Chemicals & Fibre Corporation's (台化公司) plant in Changhua County. The plant's operating license is due to expire on Sept. 28, and the firm has sought to extend the deadline for renewing their license.
Peking Opera diva Ku Cheng-chiu (顧正秋) is seen in this undated file photo released on Monday, Aug. 22.
Twenty-five Taiwan nationals were arrested Monday on the Philippine resort island of Boracay for allegedly engaging in criminal activities related to drugs and telecom fraud, local authorities said.
Unemployment in Taiwan rose 0.1 percentage points in July from a month earlier to 4.02 percent, the highest level in 23 months, according to government figures released Monday.
Taipei's Beitou Park has become a popular spot for players of the smartphone game "Pokemon Go" after news surfaced that rare monsters often appear there.
President Tsai Ing-wen extended her congratulations to the Puzangalan Children's Choir from Pingtung County for winning a silver medal at the Cantemus International Choir Festival in Hungary.