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Taipei, May 14 (CNA) The Trade Office of Swiss Industries in Taipei has launched an online charity painting auction, with the proceeds to be donated to local charity groups, the office said Tuesday. "This is another milestone in the fostering of good
Taipei, May 7 (CNA) Two Chinese students studying at a Taiwanese university said Tuesday that they want to find and thank two watermelon farmers who gave them a ride when they missed their last bus last weekend.
We tend to survive despite backlash, the Taiwanese singer said. Taiwanese pop singer Wilber Pan triumphs over criticisms with more achievements...Two years ago, he won Taiwans Golden Bell Award for Best Leading Actor in a Television Series for
Beijing, April 29 (CNA) More than 160 made-in-Taiwan products, ranging from information technology devices to sports gear, are being showcased and sold in two shopping centers in Beijing, the first stop of a promotional tour aimed at introducing
Taipei, April 24 (CNA) Six groups from Taiwan will perform at music festivals in Britain and Germany in the next two months, bringing Taiwanese independent music to the world stage, the Ministry of Culture said Wednesday.
Taipei, April 23 (CNA) A Chinese couple who got lost near their hotel in Taichung have praised the Taiwanese police for their friendliness and assistance in helping them find their way back to their tour group, police said Tuesday.
Taipei, April 21 (CNA) The American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) has launched a new public outreach program that offers video responses to questions posed by members of the Taiwanese public. The video replies to the questions will be posted on the AIT's
Taipei, April 14 (CNA) Vietnamese students invited to experience Taiwanese culinary culture at a local-style banquet Sunday said the boisterous event reminded them of home. Around 250 Vietnamese students from 23 universities around Taiwan were
Taipei, April 11 (CNA) Taiwanese nine-year-old Logan Chiang may look no different from other children his age, but watching him play difficult songs on the piano without sheet music is a tip-off that in Chiang's case, looks can be deceiving.
Chair Roberto Garcia confirmed that the NBI led an operation in Forest View, one of the residential areas in Binictican here. Garcia was awaiting the final report on the raid but said that the Taiwanese were involved in a cybercrime...LED chief, said