The China Post (Taiwan)

WASHINGTON (The China Post/ANN) - The legislation, titled “Taiwan Allies International Protection and Enhancement Initiative Act of 2019,” or “TAIPEI Act 2019,” was passed unanimously, to express U.S. support for Taiwan’s diplomatic alliances around the world.

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Many people believe that people with lower educational attainment are more vulnerable to scams but statistical analyses on victims of fraud show that highly educated people are just as susceptible to online fraud, the CIB said in a statement.

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - “Taiwan LGBT Pride” attracted more than 200,000 participants on Saturday, calling for the public to embrace the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community, especially now that same-sex marriage has been legalised in Taiwan.

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - The project, “Embracing Taiwan”, is produced by the ministry in cooperation with TV stations in the Philippines, Vietnam, India and Thailand, MOFA Vice Minister Tsao Li-Jey said.

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) -Visiting Taipei makes his dream comes true, says Will Smith, the leading actor of acclaimed Taiwan director Ang Lee’s new film “Gemini Man”. 

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - The exhibition, titled “The Essential and the Invisible,” is co-organised by the Spain museum Museo ABC, Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Spain and Jimmy S.P.A. Plus Co., Ltd.

TAIPEI (The China Post) - If you have a chance to travel around this season, here are some must-see destinations to discover the beauty of fall.

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Taiwan-born movie director Ang Lee’s new film “Gemini Man” has been made in such a technologically advanced way that no theater in Taiwan can play it in the form that the Oscar- winning director originally intended.

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - President Tsai Ing-wen again named retired business tycoon Morris Chang as Taiwan’s representative to the upcoming leaders’ meeting of the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) in Chile on Nov. 16–17.

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - President Tsai Ing-wen blamed the failure of “One Country, Two Systems” framework for bringing violence in Hong Kong during her National Day address to the nation on Thursday.