The China Post (Taiwan)

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.

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Taiwan authorities fined a Vietnamese fishing ship caught poaching in its exclusive
economic zone NT$1 million (US$32,530), before the boat expelled from the country's waters, the Fisheries Agency (FA) said Thursday.

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - A placement scheme was pitched to local companies by the Indonesia Economic and Trade Office (IETO) as mutually beneficial for employers and workers, in which employers bear most of the costs of hiring Indonesian workers.

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - Roy Chiu, the Taiwan actor, who starred in the comedy satire “The Gangs, the Oscars, and the Walking Dead,” has won the Face of Asia Award at this year’s Asia Star Awards in Busan, South Korea.

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - The 54th Golden Bell Awards was no time for false modesty, and it was no place for shrinking violets. Even the biggest stars had to compete for the attention of photographers.

TAIPEI (The China Post/ANN) - The restrictions on hiking to boost mountain tourism will be lifted and new regulations will be implemented, including the renovation of 35 cabins in the mountains, the restoration of 78 trails and the installation of signs along the paths.

TAIPEI (The China Post) - Taiwan’s start-up company, WeMo launches Asia’s first shared scooter service. 

TAIPEI (The China Post) - Climate change is expected to have a severe impact in Taiwan by 2050, affecting more than 1.2 million people due to rising sea levels, Greenpeace spokesperson Tang An said on Sept. 22.