The China Post (Taiwan)
TAIPEI (China Post/ANN) - Joshua Wong will arrive in Taiwan today to meet with top officials from the New Power Party (NPP) and Democratic Progressive Party (DPP).
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - A four-pronged plan to increase the number of international tourists to Taiwan, is being implemented following China’s recent ban on individual visits by its nationals from 47 cities.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Five countries have broken relations with the Republic of China (ROC) since the previous presidential election in 2016, leaving only 16 out of 193 United Nations member states recognising Taiwan government.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Han Kuo-yu was selected as the Kuomintang (KMT) standard-bearer in the 2020 presidential election on July 15.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Cancer owes the majority of its total deaths to Asian countries, partly because of the regions massive population but possibly due to certain lifestyle choices, Taiwan health authorities said based on the result of a recent study.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Taiwan’s current legal scene is somewhat incongruous. Almost a month after same-sex marriages became legal, a couple in Pingtung County have announced their decision to divorce. This may come as a shock to authorities had they not anticipated a complication to the law that passed on May 24.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Han Kuo-Yu’s explicit contradiction of Beijing’s “one country, two systems” took everyone by surprise over the latest weekend. This was his most forceful rejection of the political framework aimed at ousting the Beijing-friendly image depicted by his rivals.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - The age-old dispute of balancing academics and sport on a student’s shoulders continues to puzzle the minds of researchers and audiences alike. This time, Taiwan’s youth has come under the scrutiny of their ability to maintain healthy lifestyles. Their preparation for productive and successful adulthood is all-important and consumes their mentality.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - After nearly three months of an election marred by party infighting, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen won 35.6 percent of the votes, while former premier William Lai obtained 27.4 percent.