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The plot thickens: 'Selfie-taking' woman who fell to her death had a husband who fell to his death
Taiwanese arrive in Cambodia to urge that fraud suspects be sent home — not to China
Unwelcome in New Taipei: Here is what oBike has to say
A Taiwanese tourist is dead after his boat capsized in the Philippines
Some tourist visa holders being asked to show 20,000 baht in cash when entering Thailand
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This trader kept going even after losing every penny he had — eight times
'There is no shortcut to wealth. This is why we should always seek correctness, not speed.'
These Asian countries have huge reserves of foreign exchange
China is the world's largest holder of foreign exchange reserves. It has over two and half times more foreign reserves than the second largest reserve holder, Japan.
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Some tourist visa holders being asked to show 20,000 baht in cash when entering Thailand
If you are entering Thailand on a tourist visa, you may be required to show immigration officials 20,000 baht in cash.
Celebrity defector possibly abducted by NK: report
Police have launched a probe into the case of a North Korean celebrity defector who recently appeared in a propaganda video clip for the North, amid suspicions she may have been abducted by the hermit nation.
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Trump and Putin met for a second, undisclosed time at G-20
The only other person present was Putin's official interpreter, in the latest incident of a secret Russian meeting.
Trump vows to let Obamacare fail after Republican bid to repeal it fails
President Donald Trump is rejecting responsibility for the current US health insurance system enacted by his predecessor, as Congress remains unable to pass legislation to repeal or replace the so-called Obamacare law.
Samsung ramps up high bandwidth DRAM production
Samsung Electronics announced Tuesday it will ramp up production of its 8-gigabyte high bandwidth memory-2, known as HBM2, to meet growing demand across a wide range of applications including artificial intelligence, high-performance computing, advanced graphics, network systems and enterprise servers.
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Eslite bookstore founder dies at 67
Wu Ching-yu (吳清友), founder of the bookstore chain Eslite (誠品), died Tuesday in Taipei, according to a statement released by the bookstore. He was 67.
Man in China dresses as dead sister for 20 years to help grieving mother cope
A video of a man who decided to dress as a woman for 20 years to help his mentally ill mother cope with the death of his sister has gone viral in China.
Staff-less shops zoom into frame in China
Chinese e-commerce giant and data technology provider Alibaba Group has just unveiled a cashier-free retail store.
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