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  • 每18小時死1人!全美「路怒案件」飆升4倍 駕駛爆氣就開槍

    【世界日報/記者林昱瑄】專注於全美槍枝暴力危機的非營利組織「The Trace」一項最新分析顯示,2023年,每18小時就有一人在路怒事件中被槍殺。根據Gun Violence Archive的資料,自2014年至2023年間,全美路怒事件增加了400%。
    2024/06/17 08:23
  • Statistics show rising domestic violence in Taiwan

    Foreign spouses in Taiwan face a tough choice between reporting domestic abuse and fearing deportation. The Garden of Hope Foundation offers support and employment to help rebuild their lives.
    2024/05/27 19:10
  • KMT chair calls for end to political violence in Taiwan

    Explore the latest on Taiwan’s political scene as KMT Chairperson Eric Chu urges the DPP to prioritize democracy over violence and highlights the need for legislative reform. Read more about Chu’s call for national unity and his critique of the DPP’s approach to opposition.
    2024/05/22 18:53
  • Kaohsiung police boost MRT security after metro attack

    Discover how Kaohsiung police are enhancing MRT security with over 100 officers deployed daily following a violent incident, aiming to ensure commuter safety and restore confidence.
    2024/05/22 17:20
  • Passengers subdue attacker on Taichung City Hall MRT

    Discover the details of a sudden knife attack on a Taichung MRT train that left two passengers injured and prompted a temporary service suspension. Learn about the rapid response from passengers and the aftermath.
    2024/05/21 17:57
  • Taichung metro knife attacker identified

    Discover the shocking incident on the Taichung Metro where a 19-year-old nursing student, surnamed Hong, attacked passengers with a knife, injuring two and himself. Explore the background of the student, his struggles, and the ongoing investigation into the motives behind this unexpected act of violence.
    2024/05/21 16:39
  • Taipei mayor takes action on suspected daycare child abuse

    In Taipei, a child under one year old underwent successful emergency surgery for a subdural hematoma, sparking concerns of potential child abuse. Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an has mobilized the Department of Health and police to investigate, with the daycare center temporarily suspended. The case’s complexities, including the timing of the injuries and responsibilities of the parents or nanny, are under scrutiny as authorities aim for a swift resolution and the child’s recovery.
    2024/04/12 10:59
  • DPP calls for action against child exploitation

    The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) is spearheading bipartisan efforts to combat child exploitation in Taiwan. Learn about recent scandals, legislative initiatives, and calls for public awareness to end digital sexual violence against minors.
    2024/04/09 15:07
  • Audrey Tang responds to shooting at digital affairs ministry

    Audrey Tang, Minister of the Ministry of Digital Affairs, condemns violence and reaffirms consistent policies following a shooting incident at the ministry’s office by a dissatisfied individual. Tang’s post on the Threads platform underscores the government’s commitment to safety and policy stance amid security concerns at government offices.
    2024/03/29 13:45
  • MOFA thanks global allies for helping Taiwanese leave Haiti

    Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs expresses gratitude to friendly nations for evacuating Taiwanese citizens from Haiti amidst escalating gang violence. Five individuals have been safely evacuated to the Dominican Republic, coordinated by Ambassador Ku Wen-jiann. The Embassy of Taiwan in Haiti remains operational, with 18 individuals still in the country. MOFA pledges to monitor the situation and take diplomatic actions to ensure the safety of Taiwanese citizens.
    2024/03/27 12:08
  • Education minister advocates school role in juvenile rehab

    Minister of Education Pan Wen-chung announced that schools should play a role in evaluating at-risk youths returning from juvenile detention. The Ministry of Education plans to support the creation of educational centers for these youths. Legislator Ko Chih-en highlighted concerning statistics on student violence and juvenile offenders. Thorough assessments are crucial for these youths’ successful reintegration into school, according to Ko. Minister Pan emphasized the importance of school involvement in the reintegration process.
    2024/03/18 15:12
  • Phoebe Huang’s ex Christopher Downs denies abuse

    Canadian actor Christopher Downs denies allegations of domestic violence made by his ex-wife Phoebe Huang. The couple’s public legal dispute unfolds as Downs presents evidence to counter the accusations.
    2024/02/21 17:47
  • Hou Yu-ih unveils plan to combat school violence

    Kuomintang (KMT) Presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih presents a four-point plan to address school violence, criticizing the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) administration’s social safety net. The plan includes stricter regulations, preventive education, enhanced security checks, and tougher punishments for gang intrusions. Hou’s response comes after a high school student in New Taipei City was slashed in the neck, putting campus security under scrutiny. He questions the effectiveness of the government’s Social Safety Net 2.0 plan and calls for revisions to regulations. Tung Yao-tsung, president of the New Taipei City Parents’ Association, supports Hou’s stance and urges the Ministry of Education to focus on an intermediary education system to improve school security. Retired teacher Wang Chiung-yuan emphasizes the need for a balanced approach that considers the rights of all students.
    2024/01/04 18:20
  • Father of assailant seeks hospital visit, denied entry

    A student in New Taipei City stabbed his classmate five times over a dispute involving another student, leaving the victim in critical condition. The father of the accused student expressed a desire to visit the victim’s family at the hospital but was declined due to limited visiting hours and the victim’s unconscious state. The injured student was immediately put on ECMO at Far Eastern Memorial Hospital and, although his vital signs have recovered, he remains unconscious. The culprit has been detained in a reform facility, while the other student involved is under the guardianship of an appointed adult. This incident has raised concerns about school safety and youth violence.
    2023/12/27 09:38
  • Evergreen, Yang Ming hold off to resume Red Sea route

    Taiwanese shipping companies Evergreen Marine Corp. and Yang Ming Marine Transport Corp. have chosen not to resume their Red Sea route following Maersk’s decision to do so. Maersk reinstated the route due to the "Red Sea crisis" caused by increased violence from Yemen’s Houthi rebels. The deployment of the multinational naval task forces under the U.S.-led Operation Prosperity Guardian (OPG) has allowed maritime trade to pass through the Red Sea/Gulf of Aden and resume using the Suez Canal. However, Maersk warns that the overall risk in the region has not been eliminated. The decision has led to concerns about container prices and resulted in a decline in Evergreen and Yang Ming’s stock prices. Freight rates for European and American shipping liners saw a significant increase after Maersk’s announcement.
    2023/12/26 18:31
  • Dr. Chiang fears long-term effects on stabbing victim

    Dr. Chiang Kuan-yu, a prominent figure, criticized the inadequate security measures on campuses following a severe assault on a teenage student in New Taipei City. Dr. Chiang expressed concern that the victim’s life could be permanently altered due to the attack. He emphasized the potential long-term consequences, even if extracorporeal life support successfully saves the victim’s life and restores breathing. Dr. Chiang pointed out that prolonged absence of vital signs can deprive the brain of oxygen, leading to significant cognitive changes during recovery. The incident occurred when a 15-year-old male student scolded a female classmate for entering another classroom, which provoked her to seek help from a male classmate who then physically attacked the victim with a switchblade. Although the victim was revived through extracorporeal life support, his prognosis remains uncertain. Dr. Chiang condemned the incident as a serious campus safety issue and questioned how a juvenile delinquent managed to bring a knife into the school. He called for a "zero-tolerance" policy towards violence in educational institutions. Dr. Chiang further expressed concerns about the overall safety of students in what he described as a "dark campus" environment and stated that as a parent, he would not allow his child to continue attending the school.
    2023/12/26 10:46
  • Civic groups call for end to violence against women

    Several civic groups in Taiwan, including the Modern Women’s Foundation and the Garden of Hope Foundation (GOH), are urging presidential candidates to prioritize violence prevention as an investment to end violence against women. According to the United Nations, one-third of women globally experience physical or sexual abuse at least once in their lives. The Modern Women’s Foundation Executive Secretary, Wu Zi-ying, highlighted the lack of investigation on these issues within Taiwan. Social work and policy professor Wang Pei-ling revealed that around 70 percent of individuals aged 18 to 74 in Taiwan have experienced online gender-based violence, with image-based violence accounting for 4.6 percent. Wang also emphasized the increasing number of male victims, which now stands at 20 percent. GOH CEO Wang Yueh-hao called on the government to promote interdepartmental initiatives and establish think tanks for gender violence prevention, emphasizing that gender violence is a violation of human rights.
    2023/12/07 19:33
  • Man to serve full 16 years after High Court denies appeal

    The Taiwan High Court Kaohsiung Branch Court (KSH) has upheld a 16-year sentence for a man named Chen who was convicted of murder and attempted murder. Chen attacked a homeless man, Lee, with a brick after being refused help and insulted, resulting in Lee’s death. The next day, Chen severely injured an air conditioning repairman named Chang. Chen’s previous convictions for assault and violence, as well as a diagnosis of antisocial personality disorder (APD), were taken into consideration during the trial. The Pintung District Court initially sentenced him to 13 years for murder and 7 years for attempted murder. The Kaohsiung Branch Court has affirmed the original verdict, denying Chen’s appeal and confirming that he will serve the full 16-year term.
    2023/12/07 18:54
  • Tsai honors child rights advocate at ADHRA ceremony

    President Tsai Ing-wen presented the Asia Democracy and Human Rights Award to Amihan V. Abueva at a ceremony in Taipei. Abueva, the Regional Executive Director of the Child Rights Coalition Asia, was recognized for her advocacy against violence on children, including human trafficking and sexual exploitation. Tsai commended Abueva’s selflessness and bravery in creating a safer world for children and highlighted Taiwan’s efforts to incorporate international child rights standards into domestic law. Legislative Speaker You Si-kun emphasized Taiwan’s commitment to democracy and human rights, stating that the award reflects the country’s support for democratic values.
    2023/12/07 18:09
  • Taichung to host Migrants Day Fest at Science Museum

    A multicultural festival celebrating "Migrants Day" will take place at the National Museum of Natural Science in Taichung City on December 10. The festival will feature performances, cultural experiences, and a prize drawing event. In an effort to educate immigrants about marriage management, rights in Taiwan, and the Domestic Violence Prevention Act, the National Immigration Agency’s Central Administration Corps organized a family education and legal advocacy event in Taichung on December 6. The event used creative presentations to help diverse couples recognize signs of physical and psychological abuse, stalking, and harassment. Hsieh Liang, chair of the Union of New Immigrants of Taichung City, served as a marriage educator, teaching communication skills and advising against tolerance for violence. Sung Hsin-hui, a violence prevention planner from the Taichung City Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Prevention Center, introduced the Domestic Violence Prevention Act and the Stalking and Harassment Prevention Act, as well as reporting procedures and shared case studies. The event provided valuable insights for A Chun, an immigrant from Japan, who gained a correct understanding of family violence and expressed relief that Taiwan’s legal system offers protection to victims. With Taiwan’s immigrant population growing, the NIA aims to foster unity among all ethnic groups and create a welcoming environment for new residents, promoting cultural integration.
    2023/12/07 17:42
  • Labor minister refutes rumors of 100,000 Indian workers

    The Minister of Labor, Hsu Ming-chun, has denied rumors that Taiwan plans to import 100,000 Indian workers. The Ministry of Labor suspects that false information is being deliberately spread to cause panic, and has urged the public not to fall for such tactics. Taiwan is in the early stages of negotiating a Memorandum of Understanding for labor cooperation with India, which has led to speculation about a potential influx of Indian workers. Concerns have been raised on social media about India’s record of violence against women and the impact on social security in Taiwan. Hsu explained that Taiwan is exploring new foreign labor source countries due to labor shortages caused by changing demographics. Currently, Taiwan has agreements with only four countries, but India is considered a promising addition. Hsu emphasized that the MOU has not been signed yet and discussions on importing labor from India are ongoing. The Ministry of Labor will take precautions and improve communication to keep the public informed about the process.
    2023/11/16 12:13
  • New Taipei police uncover 42 gang, fraud cases in 10 days

    The New Taipei City Police Department conducted a 10-day operation resulting in the uncovering of 42 cases related to gang activity and fraud, leading to the arrest of 180 individuals. The operation aimed to prevent gang involvement in the upcoming elections, with a particular focus on criminal organizations like the Bamboo Union. During the operation, 73 members from 12 gang branches, including the Bamboo Union, were arrested. Additionally, the police uncovered 30 instances of fraud syndicates, resulting in the arrest of 107 individuals and the seizure of five modified firearms. The total amount of illicit earnings confiscated was over NT$10.23 million. The New Taipei City Police Department emphasized their commitment to maintaining order during the election season and expressed zero tolerance for election gambling or any violence that could disrupt the election. They will continue to carry out specialized operations targeting gang organizations, illegal firearms, drugs, and gambling crimes.
    2023/11/02 21:17
  • Ex-health minister declines apology for controversial words

    Yang Chih-liang, former Minister for Health, defiantly rejected demands for an apology on Aug. 28 for his controversial remarks made at a rally for business magnate Terry Gou a day earlier regarding domestic violence.
    2023/08/28 20:44
  • Altercation erupts over insult toward man’s foreign wife

    A verbal dispute escalated into a physical altercation in New Taipei on the evening of June 20 (Tuesday) when a man named Yang took offense to derogatory comments made about his wife by another motorcyclist identified as Ni. The incident unfolded as the two men crossed paths in the vicinity.
    2023/06/28 20:24
  • Councilor’s service center targeted in retaliation

    A deliberate act of targeted retaliation occurred on Monday night (June 5) when a black car crashed into the service center belonging to Li Yu-ting, a councilor from the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP), in Daliao District, Kaohsiung.
    2023/06/06 17:03
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