Independence activists demonstrated outside the National Revolutionary Martyrs' Shrine on Monday, accusing President Tsai Ing-wen of "Sinicizing Taiwan" as she kicked off her first week in office by paying respect to the country's war dead.
Premier Lin Chuan (林全) chose Southern Taiwan on Sunday for his first inspection tour since taking office, visiting farmers experiencing crop damage.
Starting July 1, the customer service window at most post offices in Taiwan will be shortened by a half-hour.
Earlier this month, individual university application results were released, showing the largest ever gap between the number of openings and successful applicants.
Education Minister Pan Wen-chung has triggered controversy two days after assuming office by announcing a policy aimed at allowing all junior high school students to enter high school without having to take a standard examination.
A cake celebrating the inauguration of President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) and Vice President Chen Chien-jen (陳建仁) is shown at a banquet held by the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Los Angeles in commemoration of the event on Saturday, May 21, local time.
The government will spend NT$1.9 billion (US$58.03 million) over the next three years to help improve animal shelters in Taiwan, the Council of Agriculture (COA) said Sunday.
Taiwan-based components giant Foxconn is looking to expand its production presence in mainland China, according to reports made on Sunday, May 22.
President Tsai Ing-wen has received over 30 foreign delegations since she took office Friday, including one from Taiwan's only diplomatic ally in Europe, the Holy See.
President Tsai Ing-wen places her vote in a ballot box in Taipei's Yunghe Elementary School, Sunday, May 22. Tsai was participating in the Democratic Progressive Party's local chapter elections.