Friday, September 12, 2014
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) yesterday urged nationals not to deface or alter their passports or he or she could face a possible prison term., 1 Comment
Kuomintang (KMT) Taipei City mayoral candidate Sean Lien (連勝文) released a campaign commercial yesterday which aims to attract the support of young voters by addressing the candidate's biggest strike against him: his wealth.
The number of dengue fever cases had increased by 338 in the week ending Sept. 6, setting a single-week high for infections of the mosquito-borne disease, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) said Thursday.
Foreign Minister David Lin conferred a medal on the outgoing Solomon Islands ambassador to the Republic of China Wednesday in recognition of his efforts to advance ties between the two diplomatic allies, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Department of Economic Development (DED) of Taipei city government, which has been assisting companies in developing greener products and packages, showcased their results on Sept. 2.
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Five people were detained Thursday, a day after agents of the Investigation Bureau, led by prosecutors from the New Taipei District Prosecutors Office, busted a local fraud ring using sham business opportunities in Malaysia as bait to defraud thousands of would-be investors.
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Pingtung Magistrate Tsao Chi-hung (曹啟鴻) yesterday for the first time said that the Pingtung County Government should apologize to the public as it had been careless in handling the recent tainted edible oil scandal., 2 Comments
Civic groups protested in front of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) in Taipei Wednesday to oppose what they consider to be non-transparent negotiations over a trade-in-goods agreement with China., 1 Comment
Taiwan and China re-opened talks on a merchandise trade pact on Wednesday after negotiations were shelved for 10 months because of controversy in Taiwan over a trade-in-services pact the two sides signed in June 2013.
An investigation in Hong Kong has revealed that the oil a local company sold to Taiwan's Chang Guann Co. (強冠) for the purposes of human consumption was in fact feed oil intended for livestock.