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  • Taiwan’s health minister decries China’s interference at WHA

    Discover how Taiwan’s Health Minister Chiu Tai-yuan confronts political pressures and China’s interference at the World Health Assembly. Learn about Taiwan’s unwavering efforts for global health inclusion and international support.
    2024/05/22 15:27
  • Taiwan’s gender equality achievements praised by Hsiao

    Vice President-elect Hsiao Bi-khim praised Taiwan’s achievements in gender equality at the Taiwan Women Impact Summit, highlighting progress in political representation and resilience in the face of geopolitical challenges, which have won international support.
    2024/04/11 10:16
  • Former president Ma’s trip to China sparks debate

    Former President Ma Ying-jeou’s second trip to China draws criticism from DPP caucus whip Rosalia Wu over his support for the 1992 Consensus. Wu questions Ma’s representation of Taiwan’s sovereignty and public sentiment, cautioning him to avoid turning his trip into a fool’s errand.
    2024/04/01 14:18
  • Washington State declares Lunar New Year as official holiday

    Governor Jay Inslee of Washington state signs bill designating Lunar New Year as a state holiday, promoting inclusivity for Asian Americans. Representative My-Linh Thai spearheaded the initiative, aiming for nationwide recognition.
    2024/03/15 17:26
  • Shanghai delegation attends Taipei Lantern Festival

    The Taipei Lantern Festival’s main lantern will be lit on Feb. 17. No official meeting was arranged between the Shanghai delegation and Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an. Mayor Chiang is expected to visit various lantern areas, potentially encountering the Shanghai representatives. The festival features lanterns from 16 cities, including Shanghai. The level of Shanghai’s representation has reportedly been downgraded this year. The Mainland Affairs Council aims to keep a low profile on the delegation’s visit for their safety.
    2024/02/17 14:31
  • Eric Chu unveils youth-focused political growth plans

    The Kuomintang (KMT) held a post-election gratitude tea ceremony in Yunlin County, where Chairman Eric Chu emphasized the party’s reform strategies and plans to nurture young members for political roles. Chu, along with New Taipei Mayor Hou Yu-ih and Yunlin County Commissioner Chang Li-shan, announced the party’s commitment to increasing engagement with social and web media to appeal to younger voters. Chu highlighted the success of young KMT candidates in the recent legislative elections, with 10 out of 15 securing victory. Mayor Hou emphasized the need for unity and collaboration within the KMT caucus in the Legislative Yuan, particularly with proportional representation legislators from the south. He also urged the party to present facts, rectify misconceptions, and attract new voters while strengthening support from existing ones. The KMT has been actively nurturing young talent in its key structure in recent years.
    2024/01/22 11:28
  • Tainan lights up: 2024 Taiwan Lantern Festival returns

    The 2024 Taiwan Lantern Festival is returning to Tainan for the first time since 2008, taking place from Feb. 24 to March 10. The main lantern, "Dragon Comes to Taiwan," was unveiled by the Ministry of Transportation and Communications’ Tourism Administration. Inspired by the dragons on the stone columns at the Tainan Grand Mazu Temple, the 18-meter-tall dragon lantern is accompanied by a 22-meter main lantern. This year’s lantern design transforms the dragon into a small round lantern with the same pronunciation as the Taiwanese snack "xiaolongbao," adding a touch of tradition and children’s anticipation. The festival will illuminate the "High-Speed Rail Lantern Area" and "Anping Lantern Area" in Tainan. In celebration of Tainan’s 400th anniversary, the city government will light up the "Anping Lantern Area" in advance on Feb. 3, allowing residents and tourists to enjoy the spectacle during the Lunar New Year holiday. Tainan Mayor Huang Wei-che expressed high hopes for the festival, praising the main lantern design for its unique representation of Tainan and Taiwan’s lantern festival through a blend of culture, nostalgia, and playful creativity.
    2024/01/03 19:51
  • Presidential debate ignites over R.O.C. Constitution

    The sole televised debate for Taiwan’s 2024 presidential candidates featured heated exchanges among Lai Ching-te of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), Ko Wen-je of the Taiwan People’s Party (TPP), and Hou Yu-ih of the Kuomintang (KMT) regarding the representation of the Republic of China (R.O.C.). The candidates were questioned about their recognition of the inherent territory in mainland China and Taiwan, whether both are part of the R.O.C., and their stance on the principle of "one country, two systems." Lai expressed skepticism about recognizing the R.O.C. as a "guardian deity" of both sides, while Hou emphasized his adherence to the Constitution and opposition to the one-country-two-systems principle. Ko argued that following the constitution is crucial for presidential candidates and emphasized maintaining the status quo.
    2023/12/30 18:56
  • Hou Yu-ih slams DPP over sexual harassment cases

    Kuomintang’s (KMT) presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih criticizes the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) over recent sexual harassment cases in the party. Hou highlights the lack of response from the DPP’s Department of Gender Equality to these incidents. He challenges Lai Ching-te, asking if he believes this is a virtue. Hou pledges to rigorously address sexual harassment and maintain high moral standards among officials. His zero-tolerance approach towards corruption and sex scandals sets the tone for his campaign. In the third round of the television policy presentation, Hou focuses on gender issues, proposing policies to increase women’s representation in governance, improve maternal and child health care, and alleviate family care pressure. These proposals demonstrate his commitment to gender equality and addressing women’s challenges in Taiwan.
    2023/12/26 18:48
  • Taoyuan Airport ranked 73rd in global airport standings

    Taiwan’s Taoyuan Airport has been ranked 73rd in the latest global airport rankings by air passenger rights organization AirHelp. The annual analysis evaluates over 4,000 airports worldwide based on on-time performance, customer service, dining, and shopping options. Oman’s Muscat International Airport claimed the title of the world’s best airport for 2023, with Brazil and Japan having the most representation in the top ten. Indonesia had three airports in the bottom ten, with Syamsudin Noor International Airport being ranked as the least favorable. These rankings reflect the ongoing efforts by global airports to meet and exceed passenger expectations.
    2023/12/20 18:53
  • ’Taiwan Goes to the Polls’ Forum explores local democracy

    Explore the insights from the "Taiwan Goes to the Polls" forum, where experts analyze political trends in Taiwan’s 2024 General Election. Gain a better understanding of the country’s democracy and media representation.
    2023/12/14 19:07
  • NPP urges ban on wage law violators from gov’t bids

    The New Power Party (NPP) has called for stricter regulations on minimum labor wages, proposing that manufacturers who violate laws should be banned from government procurement. The NPP emphasizes equal representation in decision-making, with a "1:1:1" ratio of labor, capital, and government-academic parties. They argue that adjustments to the minimum wage should not fall below the annual Consumer Price Index (CPI) growth rate, linking wage increases to inflation and cost of living adjustments. NPP Chairwoman Claire Wang advocates for strict penalties, including adding violators to a government procurement blacklist. The NPP’s draft is inspired by France’s minimum wage laws, aiming to protect workers’ living standards in the face of rising costs.
    2023/12/12 13:11
  • Tsai Ing-wen endorses Lai-Hsiao ticket for Taiwan’s future

    President Tsai Ing-wen has endorsed DPP presidential candidate Lai Ching-te and his running mate Hsiao Bi-khim, calling them "Taiwan’s best choice." Tsai praised Hsiao’s resilience and highlighted their shared grassroots-level political representation and legislative experiences. She expressed confidence in their ability to navigate Taiwan through complex international relations, while upholding democracy and freedom. Tsai believes that Lai and Hsiao can propel Taiwan onto the international stage and continue its democratic journey. The endorsement comes at a critical juncture as Taiwan prepares for the high-stakes presidential election.
    2023/11/22 19:54
  • Hsiao Bi-khim joins Lai in 2024 Taiwan presidential race

    Democratic Progressive Party’s Lai Ching-te announced former U.S. envoy Hsiao Bi-khim as his vice-presidential candidate for Taiwan’s 2024 election, marking a significant move in the nation’s political landscape.
    2023/11/20 17:07
  • No deal yet for Taipei office in Estonia, says MOFA

    Taiwan’s MOFA is in discussions with Estonia about establishing a Taipei representative office. While Estonia has shown openness, no agreement has been finalized. The potential office would strengthen ties between Taiwan and Europe.
    2023/11/05 18:01
  • Asian Americans celebrate rise in mainstream media: TAAF

    With the United States celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, TVBS Meeting Room’s Wenchi Yu held an interview with the CEO of The Asian American Foundation (TAAF), Norman Chen, where he shares his view on the historical moment of Asian American representation.
    2023/05/25 10:40
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