Monday, March 3, 2014
More Taiwanese females have suffered verbal abuse in the workplace than males, according to a local survey on four major types of workplace violence.
The opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) will unveil the fifth chapter of its defense policy blue paper March 4, including a detailed plan for indigenous submarines, officials of a party think tank said Sunday.
A Moroccan runner won the men's division of the 2014 Wanjinshi International Marathon held in New Taipei Sunday, with a North Korean grabbing the title in the women's group, both in record times.
Taiwanese golfer Teresa Lu failed to hold on to the good position she held in the first three rounds of the HSBC Women's Champions tournament in Singapore, shooting a three-over 75 in the final round Sunday.
Sean Lien, a member of the Kuomintang (KMT) Central Committee who has announced his bid to run for mayor of Taipei on the ruling party's ticket, is expected to open his campaign office as early as Wednesday.
President Ma Ying-jeou attended a memorial Sunday for Luo Fuxing, a prominent figure in the anti-Japanese colonialist movement, in the northern county of Miaoli, about a century after Luo's death.
A locally developed prototype missile boat will be launched later this month as part of Taiwan's efforts to beef up its naval defense capabilities, the Navy said Sunday.
Sunday, March 2, 2014
Transport minister Yeh Kuan-shih yesterday apologized to the public for having ruined the affected passengers' plans for the long weekend.
Government figures seriously misrepresent the severity of occupational diseases in Taiwan, with the official number of cases reflecting only a small fraction of the reality, doctors and labor activists have claimed.
Armed with a few faded photos and clothes they wore as toddlers, three Taiwanese-born naturalized citizens of Finland have embarked on a journey that they hope will lead them to their biological parents.