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Ruling puts Taiwan on verge of being first in Asia to have same-sex marriage
The LGBT community and its supporters across Asia and the world are celebrating today after a landmark ruling in Taiwan that paves the way for same-sex marriage.
 
Canadian office in Taiwan launches 'Canada 150' celebrations
The Canadian Trade Office in Taipei (CTOT) on Wednesday detailed a series of events to be held later this year to celebrate the 150th anniversary of Canada's Confederation, including a Canada Day celebration in Taipei and a video contest the winner of which will receive a round-trip ticket to Vancouver.
 
Economic globalization was slowing as world economies trended toward protectionist policies, according to Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Chairman Terry Gou.
 
This is the most common word on Taiwan's Wikipedia page
A Reddit user has gone through every country's Wikipedia page, found which word appears most frequently in each, and turned the results into a map.
 
Praise keeps rolling in for Taiwan's Asia-first marriage-equality decision
Social media users around the world were quick to express their happiness with the decision.
 
Taiwan drill tests defense capability against air attack by China
All three branches of Taiwan's military took part in a drill Tuesday to test the country's defense capability against a simulated attack by China, in the second stage of this year's Han Kuang series of military exercises, according to the military.
 
Taichung councilors petition for pardoning of ex-president
More than 10 Democratic Progressive Party members of Taichung City Council signed a petition Tuesday calling for the pardoning of former President Chen Chui-bian (陳水扁), who is currently on medical parole after being sentenced to a 20-year jail term for corruption.
 
Police are investigating the hacking of a local travel agency's computer system that led to the loss of customers' data, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) said Tuesday.
 
Shares in Taiwan trended slightly higher and closed above the 10,000-point level Tuesday as the bellwether electronics sector gained ground, helped by interest in iPhone and iPad assembler Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海), dealers said.
 
The Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) has developed a device that it said can detect the level of pesticides on fruits and vegetables as they are being washed, and it hopes the device can hit the market next year.
 
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