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  • DPP commits to youth engagement after elections setback

    Top Taiwanese leaders from the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) are recognizing the need for fresh approaches and new policies to connect with the youth after a challenging electoral run in Taichung City. Legislative Deputy Speaker Tsai Chi-chang expressed his concerns to DPP Chairman Lai Ching-te, pledging to introduce novel ideas and practices over the next four years to gain youth support. In response, Lai stated his intention to proactively address youth issues and develop a strategic plan to win back young supporters. Tsai believes that Lai’s forthcoming policies will generate further optimism among the younger population. DPP legislator Ho Hsin-chun and councilor Chiang Chao-kuo echoed these sentiments, urging the party to prioritize young people’s ideas and adjust existing regulations to meet their expectations. DPP caucus whip in the Taichung City Council, Lee Tien-sheng, also acknowledged the disconnect with the younger generation and emphasized the need for the party to work harder to gain their support and recognition.
    2024/01/29 14:23
  • China’s Taiwan Affairs Director urges peaceful unification

    China’s Taiwan Affairs Office Director Song Tao urges Taiwan’s people to promote the peaceful unification process and return cross-strait relations to the correct track. This comes after Chinese President Xi Jinping emphasized the historically inevitable reunification of the motherland in his New Year’s address. The forthcoming presidential and legislative elections in Taiwan make these remarks noteworthy. Song’s message, titled "Keep the Direction, Forge Ahead," was published in the "Cross-Strait Relations" magazine, highlighting mainland China’s strides in establishing its commanding position and initiative in cross-strait affairs in 2023. The bold declarations from China could potentially influence Taiwanese voters’ perceptions and choices at the polls.
    2024/01/02 13:41
  • Tainan police bust NT$6.55M election betting ring

    Tainan police have arrested six individuals involved in a gambling ring on a Facebook group, which was taking bets on the 2024 General Election outcomes totaling over NT$6.55 million. The case has been handed over to the Tainan District Prosecutors Office for investigation under several acts, including the Presidential and Vice Presidential Election and Recall Act, the Money Laundering Control Act, and the Anti-Infiltration Act. The ring recruited bettors on Facebook to place wagers on various outcomes related to the forthcoming elections, including potential collaborations between political parties and candidates such as Lai Ching-te, Ko Wen-je, Hou Yu-ih, and Terry Gou. The Tainan City Police Department Criminal Investigation Corps initiated the investigation after spotting the illicit activity online and tracked down suspects across multiple locations. The investigation has revealed that the gambling funds were being converted into Tether (USDT), a popular cryptocurrency stablecoin, by unidentified individuals abroad, and transferred to other gambling organizations, potentially violating election-related gambling laws.
    2023/12/15 18:16
  • Dissatisfaction rises as KMT, TPP announce collaboration

    Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) campaign spokesperson Chen Chih-han expressed discontentment over the announcement of collaboration between the Kuomintang (KMT) and the TPP, but emphasized the importance of the party’s objectives. Uncertainty remains over whether she may resign. The KMT and TPP conducted their second negotiation and decided to jointly compete in the 2024 presidential elections, with KMT candidate Hou Yu-ih pairing with TPP candidate Ko Wen-je. This decision sparked dissatisfaction among TPP supporters and staff, but Ko acknowledged their concerns during a press conference. Ko expressed worry that the collaboration might reduce their distinction and erase their leading advantage. Despite this, Chen believes that most of the party’s teams and volunteers understand Ko’s predicament. Rumors of dissatisfaction leading to the resignation of Vivian Huang persisted, but Ko’s campaign chief of staff clarified that no resignation notice was given. Huang urged everyone to fully support the TPP, emphasizing that all senior members share the same determination to win the forthcoming elections.
    2023/11/16 17:05
  • TPP campaign director to discuss cooperation with KMT

    Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) is set to discuss cooperation with the Kuomintang (KMT) party on Oct. 14, ahead of the forthcoming 2024 presidential elections. The discussions will focus on the potential "Blue-White Cooperation" and will involve representatives from both parties.
    2023/10/12 15:37
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