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TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - To properly adjust the party’s stance on cross-strait relations and the ability to appeal to young supporters are viewed as key factors to select a new chairman for the opposition Kuomintang (KMT).
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Visitors who plan to visit Wuhan City or the vicinity have been warned by the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (CDC) t to avoid contact with wild animals, patients with respiratory disease symptoms, and traditional markets and hospitals.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Acting Secretary-General Tseng Ming-chung said on Friday, that Taiwan’s main opposition party will decide whether to drop the controversial 1992 Consensus after hearing from all sides.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Though the overall impact on the country’s economy is still unclear, yet analysts say Taiwan could benefit from the U.S.-China trade deal inked in Washington.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Following a building collapse that left 115 dead in Tainan in 2016, a local court ordered architects and developers to pay up to US$23 million in compensation.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - As a new payment scheme, which sees a US$0.33-flat fee cut, goes into effect, Foodpanda drivers staged several small strikes around Taiwan on Thursday mornin
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - The Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) will be providing examples of the types of actions that are subject to questioning under the Anti-Infiltration Law.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - “The U.S. hopes for progress” on U.S. pork and beef imports to Taiwan during President Tsai Ing-wen’s second term in office, said James Moriarty, chairman of the Board of Trustees of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT).
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) – The ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) on Saturday lost 7 seats in the legislature but maintained a comfortable majority that ensures complete control of the government and parliament for the next four years.
TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Taiwan’s incumbent President Tsai Ing-wen won a second four-year term Saturday, winning a record-breaking 8.17 million votes.