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September, 26, 2016

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Taiwan's newly appointed representative to Singapore Antonio Chiang (江春男) submitted his resignation Tuesday, after being embroiled over a recent DUI.
 
Pressure mounted against President Tsai Ing-wen's administration after Antonio Chiang (江春男), Taiwan's newly appointed representative to Singapore, received a one-year deferred prosecution on Monday for driving under the influence (DUI).
 
In a surprise decision, a Kenyan court acquitted five Taiwanese suspects of fraud charges on Friday and specified that they should be deported to Taiwan instead of mainland China.
 
Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Su Chih-fen (蘇治芬) denied violating Vietnamese visa regulations Thursday, after she was held temporarily at No Bai International Airport in Hanoi on Monday.
 
In a statement released on Tuesday, the Ministry of Economics Affairs (MOEA, 經濟部) said its delegation to Japan at the end of July had successfully attracted NT$6 billion worth of foreign investment.
 
Legislative Yuan Speaker Su Chia-chyuan (蘇嘉全) led a delegation to visit Tokyo to strengthen bilateral ties between Taiwan and Japan Tuesday
 
A legislator visiting Vietnam to seek cooperation opportunities for Taipei's "New Southbound Policy" was held for nine hours at an airport while en route to a Taiwanese-built steel plant that in April was blamed for that country's "most serious environment crisis."
 
Professor sworn in as head of N. America liaison office
A National Taiwan University professor on Monday pledged to continue to improve Taiwan-U.S. ties as she was sworn in as the new head of the Coordination Council for North American Affairs.
 
Thai and Bruneian citizens can now visit Taiwan visa-free under a one-year-trial program aimed at strengthening relations with Southeast Asia, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced, Monday.
 
Trial lets Thais, Bruneians come to Taiwan visa-free
Thai and Bruneian citizens can now visit Taiwan visa-free under a one-year-trial program aimed at strengthening relations with Southeast Asia.
 
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