Taipei, Around 75 percent of Taiwanese people refuse to accept the "1992 consensus" defined by China as the "one China principle," with the "one country, two systems" concept being its proposed method of reunifying the mainland and Taiwan, according to …Read More
Taipei, The hand luggage of arriving passengers from China, Hong Kong and Macau are now subject to more stringent checks at Taiwan airports in a bid to prevent the entry of the African swine fever (ASF) virus, airport police said …Read More
Taipei, Premier Su Tseng-chang said Monday he was able to assemble his Cabinet in just two days because President Tsai Ing-wen trusted him to make all personnel arrangements.
At the first Cabinet meeting after he took office earlier in the …Read More
A group of high-school students in Tainan has designed a series of mobile applications to be released from next month, including one that helps people find public restrooms.
After taking National Tainan Second Senior High School's first-ever course on international …Read More
Taipei, Passenger traffic at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport is expected to surge around the Lunar New Year holiday in February and daily passenger volume could top 140,000 on Feb. 10, the last day of the nine-day holiday, according to Taoyuan …Read More
TAIPEI, TAIWAN Taiwan has appointed Su Tseng-chang as premier, President Tsai Ing-wen said Friday, as she moved to shore up support after the defeat of her pro-independence party in local elections last year.
November's election trouncing presents a major challenge …Read More
Las Vegas, Taiwanese technology heavyweights including Lite-On Technology, motherboard vendor Gigabyte and semiconductor company ELAN Microelectronics Corp. are demonstrating new products at the annual Consumer Electronics Show (CES), a week-long showcase of gadgets in Las Vegas that opened Tuesday.
Lite-On's …Read More
Taipei, Asustek Computer Inc., one of the largest PC brands in Taiwan, said Wednesday that its consolidated sales for the fourth quarter of last year fell more than 10 percent from a year earlier, at a time when trade tensions …Read More
Taipei, Taiwan's consumer prices fell 0.05 percent from a year earlier in December on the back of cheaper fruit and vegetables, while a fall in the cost of clothing, consumer electronic devices and communications was also cited as a reason …Read More
Taipei, Another five of the 148 Vietnamese tourists who left their tour groups and disappeared shortly after entering Taiwan in December were found Monday, according to the National Immigration Agency (NIA).
As of 3:40 p.m. Monday, a total of 52 …Read More