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Manila, May 4 (CNA) Taiwan began a two-day travel fair in Manila Saturday, which a Taiwanese official described as a bid to attract more visitors from the Southeast Asian country. With the theme of "Time for Taiwan," this year's campaign highlights
Apr. 27, 2013 Resident of San Mateo Kelela Tavake-Naeata peacefully returned to our Heavenly Father on April 27, 2013. Kelela was born in Tatakamotonga on the Friendly Islands of Tonga. Her parents, both deceased, Titali Tavake and Laumanu Kanongata'
Taipei, May 4 (CNA) Taiwan has become Asia's fifth country to take part in a global project that aims to end violence against women and girls and to enhance women's standard of living, the organizers said Saturday.
Andy Warton paddled a kayak around the two main islands of Samoa to raise funds for youth suicide prevention programs. He's told Radio Australia's Pacific Beat it took a gruelling 12 days to complete the 400 kilometre journey. "The average paddling
Gatoloaifa'ana Amataga Alesana-Gidlow has long been a champion of healthy living in Samoa...She has contributed to healthy food programmes and the improvement of hospital facilities in Samoa. In Wellington last week, she was given some attention when
News A week ago, a young humpback whale washed ashore in Guadalupe. Park rangers in Oceano say the whale is the same one found Tuesday on the beach at the Oceano Dunes. The whale washed back out to sea last Thursday and the strong currents pushed her
Keith Turner is blown away by the successful blend of innovation and teamwork within Team NZ. I had the great privilege to visit the Emirates Team New Zealand base in the Auckland Viaduct basin, just as they were preparing to pack up and shift to San
S fourth cyclone of the season has been downgraded to a category one. Bureau of Meteorology (BoM) forecaster Michelle Berry says Zane strengthened into a category two storm on Tuesday but was downgraded to a category one at 7pm on Wednesday. "It's
Australian wine industry such as climate change will be the focus of a new research project at the University of Adelaide. The university will receive $2.4 million from the federal government to set up the Training Centre for Innovative Wine
Taipei, May 1 (CNA) A group of Honduran pottery artists will visit Taiwan this year to further bilateral cooperation aimed at helping the Central American country foster a creative and culture-focused pottery industry, a center overseeing the project