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Taipei, May 23 (CNA) Taiwanese smartphone maker HTC Corp. confirmed Thursday that two of its senior executives have left the company. The Taoyuan-based manufacturer said that Jason Gordon, HTC 's vice president of global communications, and Kouji
Taipei, May 22 (CNA) An international film touring program kicked off Wednesday in Taiwan with the aim of fostering dialogue and promoting cross-cultural understanding, according to the organizers. The "Film Forward" program, initiated by the
Taipei, May 18 (CNA) Residential and commercial property transactions rose substantially in Taiwan in the first quarter because of greater transparency in the market, the government said Saturday. Total property transactions increased 24.2 percent in
Taipei, May 12 (CNA) Rainy weather could persist throughout the week in most areas around Taiwan, under the influence of cold fronts and a rain-bearing cloud band in southern China , the Central Weather Bureau said Sunday.
Taipei, May 6 (CNA) Hungary's representative to Taiwan Levente Szekely on Monday conferred a medal on Kao An-pang, head of Kainan University, in recognition of his efforts to promote exchanges between their two countries.
Travel & Delicacy Beauty never Ends Ecological Environment Central News Agency 2013-05-03 06:04 PM Hong Kong , May 3 (CNA) A medal said to have belonged to late Republic of China leader Chiang Kai-shek in 1930 may be put to auction again after the
Taipei, April 29 (CNA) J.P. Morgan Securities has upgraded its recommendation for shares of HTC Corp. following positive reviews of the Taiwanese manufacturer's new smartphones. In a research note dated April 28, the U.S. brokerage raised its rating
An arbitration panel under the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) ruled Monday that 19 families in Taoyuan should be compensated for property depreciation caused by a nearby gas station, the first ruling of its kind in the country.
Police in China 's Guangdong Province have detained two suspects in the placing of bombs inside suitcases on a high-speed train and at the office of a lawmaker and will be returning them to Taiwan later in the day, reports said Tuesday. Last Friday
Taipei, April 15 (CNA) Taiwan's HTC Corp. said Monday that it is considering legal action against Samsung Electronics Co. after the government decided to investigate recent accusations that the South Korean company deceptively attacked its rivals'