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The Education Ministry's Youth Development Administration announced Friday that 500 slots will be available for Taiwanese youth to travel to France beginning Aug. 8. on a mutual working holiday agreement.
Turkey is as safe as any country in the West: envoy
Turkey is just as safe as any Western country despite a recent failed military coup, the country's top envoy to Taiwan said Friday.
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U.S. Republican Party presidential nominee Donald Trump has yet to articulate his East Asia policy and it is concerning, a former adviser to Mitt Romney and Marco Rubio told Taiwanese reporters Tuesday.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said that the ministry welcomed a move by the U.S. Republican Party to include the "Six Assurances" into the party's platform.
The Republican Party has included the "Six Assurances" given to Taiwan by former U.S. President Ronald Reagan in 1982 and the sale of defensive arms to Taiwan in its 2016 party platform that was adopted Monday.
Taiwan's assertion of sovereignty over the Taiping Island in the wake of a ruling issued by the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague has been widely covered by international media, Cabinet spokesman Tung Chen-yuan said.
Tourism Bureau slams China tourist decline 'ads'
The Tourism Bureau (觀光局) on Monday strongly criticized parody advertisements circulating online that celebrate dropping numbers of Chinese visitors to Taiwan.
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In his latest endeavor to help Tuvalu's fight against climate change, Taiwanese artist Vincent J.F. Huang has launched a crowdfunding project to fund the planting of mangrove trees to protect the coastline of the island country.
Tang Prize Foundation CEO Chern Jenn-chuan (陳振川) has visited Boston and Montreal over the past two days to invite two winners of this year's biopharmaceutical science and rule of law prizes to visit Taiwan in September to receive their awards.
A scholar recommended the government resume investigations into parasites, due to increasing globalization and international exchange, the United Evening News reported.
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