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Opposition Democratic Progressive Party Chairman Su Tseng-chang on Wednesday denied reports he was giving up a bid to be re-elected on May 25 after media reported that his popular predecessor, Tsai Ing-wen , would soon join the race. Su told
The US non-governmental organization Freedom House has released its annual report on global political rights and civil freedoms, and Taiwan's ranking in the report's index of freedoms and rights continues to put it in the free category of nations.
Taipei, Jan. 18 (CNA) A former army general deserved the life sentence he received for betraying his country and spying for China , Ministry of National Defense (MND) spokesman Luo Shou-he said Saturday. The spokesman said Lo Hsien-che, a one-star
Taipei, Jan. 4 (CNA) Taiwanese variety talk show "Here Comes KangXi," an award-winning TV program popular in Chinese speaking communities worldwide, celebrated its 10th anniversary Friday. First broadcast on Jan. 5 2004, the weeknight variety show
China has completed a monument to Communist agents who were executed in Taiwan during the 1950s, a reminder of the longstanding conflict between the two sides. While tensions have eased in recent years, they have hardly disappeared. The monument was
Taipei, Nov. 27 (CNA) Ang Lee Wednesday addressed a supposed interview he gave on his opinions on Chinese and Taiwanese films, refuting the article's contents and stressing he had never been interviewed on the subject.
The ruling Kuomintang announced Wednesday it would hold its 19th Congress in Taichung on November 10. The party postponed the event originally planned for September 29 at downtown Taipei's Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall after threats of massive protests
Taiwan by United States had prompted the island to develop the offensive weapon on its own. Ties between Taiwan and its giant neighbour have improved significantly since the Beijing-friendly Kuomintang government took power in Taipei in 2008. Ma
The technology is to be used in HTC's new Sense 6.0 smartphones, which are set to be unveiled later this year. The men were identified as HTC's chief industrial designer, a division chief and a designer. They have not been arrested and reportedly
Taiwanese prosecutors are investigating allegations that three employees at leading smartphone maker HTC stole trade secrets to sell to Chinese firms, reports said Saturday. Investigators Friday searched HTC's research and development centre as well