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Owing to Covid-19 Pandemic, Decline in Tourism and Traditional Industries Keep Expanding
The COVID-19 pandemic keeps dealing a heavy blow to the economy. Yesterday, the National Development Council (NDC) delivered a report to the Cabinet, pointing out that although the government had depl ...
2020/07/10 136
KMT Caucus to File Criminal Charges with Prosecutors Against Su Jia-chyuan’s Nephew for Perfidy & Malfeasance Today
On July 8, the KMT caucus revealed the malfeasance of Chang Chung-jie (張仲傑), president of the state-controlled Tang Eng Iron Works, and also a nephew of Secretary-General to the President Su Jia-chyua ...
2020/07/10 203
Supreme Administrative Court Upholds Granting Preliminary Injunction Barring MOI from Rescinding NWL’s Accreditation
On April 27 this year, the Interior Ministry issued an administrative disposition against the National Women's League (NWL) rescinding the latter’s accreditation and ordering the liquidation of its as ...
2020/07/10 110
Tatung Becomes First Company Charged with Special Breach of Trust by FSC
Tatung Co. ran into controversy over the recent election of its board of directors. The company’s corporate faction denied the market faction the right to vote during the election for “illegally recei ...
2020/07/10 157
Regarding Abolishment of Control & Examination Yuan, KMT Legislative Party Whip Urges DPP to Accelerate Constitutional Reform
Amid the controversy over nominations for Control Yuan members, opposition parties proposed amendment bills to abolish the Control Yuan and the Examination Yuan one after another. Lin Wei-chou (林為洲), ...
2020/07/10 892
Bailout 3.0 to Be Launched by End of Month / Tourism Industries: Too Late
Yesterday, the Cabinet proposed a “bailout program 3.0” with a supplemental special budget bill amounting to about NT$200 billion (approx. US$6.8 billion), in an attempt to salvage the manufacturing s ...
2020/07/10 200
Gov’t to Lift Entry Ban on Students Returning from 5 More Countries
Yesterday, the Education Ministry made public that the entry ban would be lifted on students from 5 more countries, i.e., Japan, South Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, and Sri Lanka, meaning that a total o ...
2020/07/09 148
KMT Reveals Gov’t’s Investigation Report on 4 Cases Involving Su Jia-chyuan’s Nephew Classified as Confidential
In a press conference yesterday, the KMT legislative caucus revealed that Chang Chung-jie (張仲傑), a nephew of Secretary-General to the President Su Jia-chyuan (蘇嘉全), also president of the state-control ...
2020/07/09 143
Johnny Chiang: I’ll Step Down If KMT Fails to Win By-Election for Kaohsiung City Council Speakership
Yesterday, the KMT Central Standing Committee (CSC) held its regular weekly meeting in Nantou, instead of Taipei, presided over by KMT Chairman Johnny Chiang.
2020/07/09 206
Grand Justice Lu Tai-lang Says He Didn’t Hear Tsai Berate Anyone
Earlier, Hsu Yu-hsiu (許玉秀), a former grand justice, indicated that President Tsai Ing-wen had asked Grand Justice Lu Tai-lang (呂太郎), the immediate-past Judicial Yuan (JY) Secretary-General, to come to ...
2020/07/09 147
Tsai Summons Grand Justice / Ma Criticizes by Saying “Absolutely Impermissible”
It has been exposed that President Tsai Ing-wen “reprimanded” Grand Justice Lu Tai-lang (呂太郎) at the Presidential residence. With regard to this, former President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) yesterday said, “i ...
2020/07/09 137
Furloughed Employees Drop by Nearly 6,000
The number of furloughed employees has declined for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic erupted. The number of establishments implementing furloughs has decreased by 488 from a week earlier to ...
2020/07/09 116
Tsai: If Necessary, Taiwan to Consider Countermeasures Against National Security for HK Act
With regard to the Implementation Rules of the National Security for Hong Kong Act, which officially went into effect yesterday, President Tsai Ing-wen stated that “if the Act undermines our state, or ...
2020/07/08 421
Misspeaking Again? Lin Chia-lung: Covid-19 Pandemic Can Weed Out Uncompetitive Travel Agencies
Owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, it is reported that travel agencies are facing a wave of closures. In response, Minister Lin Chia-lung (林佳龍), of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC ...
2020/07/08 319
Industrial Circles: A Ray of Dawn to Appear Partially in 2nd Semester
The COVID-19 pandemic has dealt a heavy blow to the economy in the first half of this year. Despite facing strong headwinds against the economy, William Wong (王文淵), Chairman of the Formosa Plastics Gr ...
2020/07/08 282
Premier: Air-conditioners to Be Installed at All Primary & Secondary Schools within 2 Years
With the continuous high temperatures, installing air-conditioners at schools and whether to declare a day-off owing to the hot weather have become issues that county executives and city mayors are pa ...
2020/07/08 236
Former DG of CDC Says Taiwan Too Slow in Vaccine Development
Five manufacturers for COVID-19 vaccine around the globe have already entered the third phase of human clinical trials. Their vaccines are expected to be launched in autumn or winter this year at the ...
2020/07/08 203
With External Rigid Systems, NTU President Says It’s Like Engaging in Int’l Competition in Straitjacket
Kuan Chung-ming (管中閔), president of National Taiwan University (NTU), has been in office for one and a half years. In an exclusive interview with the United Daily News, he has indicated that facing gl ...
2020/07/08 195
Marco Polo Bridge Incident
Today, July 7th, marks the 83rd anniversary of the Marco Polo Bridge Incident, the date on which the all-out War of Resistance Against Japanese Aggression started. Every school boy and girl has studie ...
2020/07/07 188
Navy: Sudden Changes in Ocean Meteorological Conditions Cause Landing Drill Accident
Yesterday, the Navy Headquarters made public a preliminary report on the landing drill accident which occurred in waters off Zuoying, Kaohsiung on July 3, indicating that human and mechanical factors ...
2020/07/07 239
Joseph Lin Says President Tsai Did Get Angry When Referring to Judicial Reform Issues
Hsu Yu-hsiu (許玉秀), a former grand justice, contributed an article yesterday to the Storm Media Group, an online media outlet, indicating that in a meeting with President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) last March, ...
2020/07/07 337
UDN Black & White Column Yu Shyi-kun Should Stop Exposing His Shortcomings
Legislative Speaker Yu Shyi-kun (游錫堃) made startling remarks again. When delivering remarks at the opening ceremony of the 12th Taipei Traditional Chinese Medicine International Forum 2020 on July 5, ...
2020/07/07 206
Lien Respects Ma’s Cross-Strait Narrative, While Hung Deems It Not Entirely Accurate
On July 5, former President Ma Ying-jeou addressed the Mainland, saying that “without one China with respective interpretations, there is no 1992 Consensus.” Yesterday, Lien Chan (連戰), a former Vice P ...
2020/07/07 145
Rules of National Security for HK Act: Taiwan Political Organizations in HK Will Be Asked to Cooperate in Providing Information
The National Security for Hong Kong Act officially went into effect late at night on June 30. In its first meeting yesterday, the Commission for Safeguarding National Security of HK, established in ac ...
2020/07/07 366
Lee Chien-lung: KMT Must Win By-Election for Kaohsiung City Council Speaker
During an exclusive radio interview granted by KMT Secretary-General Lee Chien-lung (李乾龍), the radio show host stated that former KMT Chairman Eric Chu (朱立倫) might challenge the incumbent Chairman Joh ...
2020/07/07 355
Ma’s Message to Beijing: “No One China with Respective Interpretations, No 1992 Consensus”
With regard to the disputes over the 1992 Consensus, former President Ma Ying-jeou addressed to the Mainland yesterday, saying that the complete version of the 1992 Consensus must include one China wi ...
2020/07/06 143
More than Half of Furloughed Employees Belong to Manufacturing Industry
The number of furloughed employees in Taiwan has climbed to 31,000, hitting an eleven-year high, more than half of whom work in the manufacturing industry.
2020/07/06 261
Johnny Chiang Advocates Rejecting “One Country, Two Systems” & Said to Seek Membership in UN under Designation of ROC
Yesterday, KMT Chairman Johnny Chiang (江啟臣) presided over the first seminar, in Penghu, concerning reforms on the KMT’s party affairs with grassroots party members in order to discuss reform programs ...
2020/07/06 318
1 NCO & 1 Enlisted Man Die in Landing Drill Accident/1 Major Said to Have Committed Suicide
In a landing drill in waters off Zuoying, Kaohsiung on July 3, a Marine Corps raft overturned. A total of seven non-commissioned officers (NCO) and enlisted men aboard fell into the water, and three o ...
2020/07/06 233
Judicial Reform Groups Protest Against Exclusion of Jury System from Lay Judges Bill Introduced by Ruling Party
Consultations over the Lay Judges Bill among legislative caucuses of political parties will continue today. However, not only the KMT, but also nativist civic groups did not support the Bill. As judic ...
2020/07/06 164

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