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Thursday, July 2, 2015
The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) issued a strong statement late yesterday against a national security law recently passed by China.
Taiwan -- Suffering 90% burns, dust explosion victim off life support
A 20-year-old college student suffering burns to 90 percent of his body has regained consciousness and can breathe unassisted after being seriously injured in a fire and explosion at a water park in New Taipei on June 27, in a recovery doctors are describing as "a miracle."
Democratic Progressive Party spokesman Cheng Yun-peng (鄭運鵬) responded to China's National security law yesterday, which states that R.O.C. citizens should uphold unification as their responsibility, with Cheng calling it a "disrespectful decision" towards the Taiwanese, .....
New food label guidelines issued by the nation's Food and Drug Administration (FDA) went into effect yesterday, targeting food products including trans-fatty acids, sugar, potential allergens and genetically modified foods.
Taiwan -- Deputy UK envoy completes Jade Mountain climb
The UK's deputy representative to Taiwan has recently completed a challenging climb of Yushan, or Jade Mountain, the tallest peak of Taiwan, the British Office has said.
The Taiwan Medical Alliance for Labor Justice and Patient Safety (TMAL, 醫勞盟) continues to send out warnings to the government, demanding that an efficient and systematic plan be made for the treatment of burn patients; ...........
Taiwan -- No pressure from Tokyo over victory decals
The removal of Japanese flags that had been painted on R.O.C. Air Force jets to denote the number of victories over Japanese fighters during World War II was not done because of pressure from Japan, the Ministry of National Defense (MND) said yesterday.
Kuomintang (KMT) Chairman and New Taipei City Mayor Eric Chu (朱立倫) changed tack yesterday after criticizing the Ministry of Health and Welfare (MHW) over the proper handling of medical treatment and resource management in the aftermath of the June 27 dust fire incident, as the ruling party aimed to secure shipments of medical aid from abroad including skin transplants for burn victims.
The Ministry of Labor (MOL, 勞動部) confirmed its decision to cease its funding to deport foreign workers who have fled their employers back to their home countries yesterday, and will instead have the workers' nation's agencies pay for the related fees beginning next year.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) yesterday said it has worked closely with local investigators after the accidental death of a Nicaraguan diplomat in Taiwan, stressing that the incident will not affect bilateral ties.
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
  
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