Taiwan News Wire

Taiwan News Wire

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Taiwan News Wire

Taiwan News Wire

The Taiwan News Wire has the long history of publishing news of all kinds to its regular readers. The website covers both domestic and international news, which is related to the Taiwan and its people. More »

 

Online platform to host Taiwan, Thailand agricultural exchanges

Bangkok, The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Thailand, together with Taiwan’s Council of Agriculture (COA), have established an online platform to host Taiwan-Thailand agricultural exchanges, according to a press release issued by the office Tuesday.

The online platform was …

Taiwan still willing to engage in communications with China: Tsai

Taipei, President Tsai Ing-wen (???) reiterated Tuesday that Taiwan is still willing to engage in communications with China but will only do so on an equal footing with no political conditions attached.

“We will never yield under pressure,” Tsai said, …

Taipei featured in Air New Zealand inflight magazine

Singapore, Air New Zealand inflight magazine Kia Ora featured Taipei’s traditional and modern culture, art and architecture in the cover story of its July edition as the carrier prepares to resume direct flights between Taipei and Auckland later this year.…

Lane restrictions to make way for land crabs in Kenting

Taipei, The Kenting National Park Headquarters will implement a nine-year-old measure from late July to late October to make way for land crabs as they migrate from inland areas to the coast to spawn during full-moon nights.

Shiangchiaowan, also called …

Taiwan shares extend losses on tech weakness

Taipei, Shares in Taiwan closed lower for the second straight day as tech stocks followed the lead of their counterparts on Wall Street overnight amid caution over the ongoing earnings season at home and in the United States, dealers said.…