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Bidding farewell to a Taiwan baseball legend
Like most longtime baseball fans in Taiwan, I vividly remember Nov. 18, 2001 as if it were yesterday.
President Tsai Ing-wen's approval rating has risen 1.6 percentage points to 50.6 percent, according to a national survey released Sunday by the Taiwan Style Foundation (台灣世代智庫) think tank.
Kuomintang Chairwoman Hung Hsiu-chu on Sunday called on party members to "help save the KMT in this time of difficulty" and said she would be among the first to participate in a party fundraising campaign that starts this week.
Holiday 'betrayal'
Demonstrators hold a banner reading "Youngsters demand labor rights, refuse elimination of national holidays" as they march to the Democratic Progressive Party's (DPP) headquarters in Taipei, Sunday, Oct. 23.
This fall, the University of Southern California (USC) welcomed its most diverse class of freshmen, who also had the highest high-school grades on record.
The largest delegation of Chinese Olympians ever to visit Taiwan kicked off their trip Sunday as officials voiced hopes that sports exchanges between the two sides would continue despite worsening relations.
An Investigation Bureau official has been detained on corruption charges after allegedly leaking information regarding a probe into suspected financial irregularities at Phison Electronics.
Brothers squander big lead but hold on for victory in first playoff
The Chinatrust Brothers beat the EDA Rhinos 8-7 in the first game of the Chinese Professional Baseball League playoffs in Taichung on Saturday.
Taiwan's main opposition party Kuomintang expressed regret on Saturday after the Constitutional Court turned down a request by its legislators for an interpretation on a law targeting the party's controversial assets.
Feeds from 162 surveillance cameras across Taiwan are being streamed live on a publicly accessible website, potentially invading people's privacy, the Central News Agency (CNA) reported Saturday.
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