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Thirty years ago author Bo Yang reported on an overseas Chinese women in Malaysia named Chang Ssu-mei who suffered from ichthyosis. After seeing the report, Chang Gung Hospital reached out proactively to offer free treatment.
The Standard & Poor's 500 index closed above 1,900 for the first time on Friday. The S&P 500 gained eight points, or 0.4 percent, to close at 1,900 Friday. That's three points above the index's previous all-time high close 10 days ago...The Dow Jones
The Taiwanese business tycoon also showed concern that both the pending cross-strait trade agreement on services and on goods might leave some uncertainties to be watched. Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs Tu Tzu-chun and Taiwanese business tycoon
The National Immigration Agency invited more than 200 new foreign residents to take part in activities for the Dragon Boat Festival Saturday. The program included a performance of a musical version of the classic Tale of the White Snake by the
The main opposition Democratic Progressive Party was preparing to elect a new leader Sunday in a major change ahead of the year-end local election s and the 2016 presidential poll. Incumbent chairman Su Tseng-chang and former Premier Frank Hsieh said
A group of diverse former politicians including Democratic Progressive Party ex-Chairman Shih Ming-teh and former National Security Council Secretary-General Su Chi were planning to present new ideas for China policies, reports said Friday.
The chairman of 1111 Job Bank announced Thursday he was donating NT$1 million to a man who defended passengers with an umbrella against the suspect in four killings on the Mass Rapid Transit system. Student Cheng Chieh , 21, was in custody Thursday
When the National Communications Commission sees its membership completed soon, at least one of its nine members will be tied by a promise that she will reject the plan by an affiliate of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., Ltd. to buy equipment made by
Dragged by the 2008 financial crisis, Taiwan's unemployment figures have been standing above 4 percent accompanied by real wage regression which was last seen 16 years ago. Taiwan's job market reveals silvery lining as April's jobless rate fell to 3.
Thursday's session at 8899.82, on turnover of NT$1.73 billion. Dragged down by declining European and U.S. markets, the weighted index on the Taiwan Stock Exchange slipped 25.37 points, or 0.29 percent, to finish at 8862.42 on Wednesday, failing to