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2020/01/20 5
“More Universities” Policy Backfires, 20 More to Close Down in Next 8 Years
People have been talking about the problem of low birthrates in Taiwan for a long time but it was not until 2016 did the problem really impact the university enrollment. Currently, the number of unive ...
2020/01/20 214
KMT Plans to Set Up Reform Committee, Membership to Include 15 Local Heads
After the setbacks in the 2020 presidential and legislative elections, the KMT is taking the first step toward reform. A motion will be introduced at the Central Standing Committee for establishing a ...
2020/01/20 282
Acting KMT Chairman Lin Rong-te (林榮德) to Persuade CSC Members Over 60 to Quit
KMT Acting Chairman Lin Rong-te (林榮德) granted an exclusive interview to China Times on January 19th. He indicated that during the Central Standing Committee (CSC) meeting on Wednesday, January 22nd, h ...
2020/01/20 277
Richard Bush: If US Imposes Tech Regulations, It Might Impact Taiwan
Concerning whether the phase one trade agreement signed between the US and the Mainland and the upcoming phase two negotiations would impact the US policies toward Taiwan, former AIT chairman Richard ...
2020/01/20 119
Wang Yang: M’land Insists on One-China Principle, to Promote Cross-Strait Exchanges among the Youths
The Mainland’s “2020 working session of the Taiwan Affairs Group” was held in Beijing on January 19. This was an important working session where the Mainland’s officials involved in Taiwan affairs gat ...
2020/01/20 311
Possible Cooperation between KMT and TPP in New Legislature
The new legislature will be sworn in on February 1 after the Lunar New Year holidays. As all opposition parties together failed to form a majority in the Legislative Yuan (LY), there will be room for ...
2020/01/20 149
Chen Shi-meng to Quit Control Yuan at End of This Month
It is surprising that Chen Shi-meng (陳師孟) tendered his resignation as Control Yuan member on January 13, two days after the 2020 general elections, which was confirmed by the Presidential Office on Ja ...
2020/01/20 388
Recall Drive Against Han Enters 2nd Stage of Seeking Co-sponsorships
“WeCare Kaohsiung” and several other civil groups have launched a recall drive against Kaohsiung City Mayor Han Kuo-yu (韓國瑜). On January 17, it was confirmed that these civil groups cleared the bar of ...
2020/01/20 139
Chinese Version of China-Myanmar Joint Statement: Taiwan Inalienable Part of PRC
Since President Tsai Ing-wen won re-election, Beijing has strengthened its suppression of Taiwan in international living space. On January 18, after PRC President Xi Jinping concluded his two-day-long ...
2020/01/20 192
Court Rules IGPASC’s Disposition to Freeze KMT’s Assets Legal/ KMT to Appeal Ruling
The bill titled the Statute Governing Ill-gotten Assets of Political Parties and their Affiliated Organizations was promulgated into law on August 10, 2016, and went into effect three days later, star ...
2020/01/17 169
Chen Shi-meng Tenders Resignation as Control Yuan Member
Control Yuan member Chen Shi-meng (陳師孟) planned to ask Tang Yueh (唐玥), the trial judge who had acquitted former President Ma Ying-jeou in the secrets leaking case at the Taipei District Court, the cou ...
2020/01/17 124
Pneumonia Outbreak in Wuhan: Taiwan Raises Travel Alert for the City
On January 12, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), under the Ministry of Health and Welfare, dispatched two experts to Wuhan, Mainland China, for verification of the outbreak of pneumonia caused by ...
2020/01/17 136
KMT Young Turks Plan to Propose “1992 Consensus 2.0”
The KMT has been reflecting on its narratives concerning cross-Strait relations. The Young Turks within the party hoped to propose a KMT version of the “New Resolution on Taiwan’s Future”, putting “de ...
2020/01/17 179
Future US-China Tech War May Pose Greater Impact on Taiwan’s Exports
The US and China signed a phase one trade deal. According to Economics Minister Shen Jong-chin (沈榮津), with regards to manufacturing, since there was little overlap of products between Taiwan and the U ...
2020/01/17 181
Taiwan Has World’s Most Costly 5G Band / Total Bids Hit Record of NT$138bn
The first phase of Taiwan’s 5G auction concluded yesterday with three records: the highest spectrum bids in Taiwan’s history with a total of NT$138 billion, the world’s highest unit price per band, an ...
2020/01/17 248
KMT Caucus to Petition CGJ for Judicial Review on Constitutionality of Anti-Infiltration Act
The Anti-Infiltration Bill was promulgated into law yesterday and scheduled to go into effect starting tomorrow. However, Tseng Ming-chung (曾銘宗), KMT legislative party whip, pointed out that as the co ...
2020/01/16 213
Pres. Tsai Says “We Are Already Independent & We Call Ourselves ROC (Taiwan)”
President Tsai Ing-wen granted an exclusive interview to the BBC, stating that “we are an independent country already and we call ourselves the Republic of China (Taiwan), and we do have a government ...
2020/01/16 148
KMT Says Tsai Should Consider Reducing Cross-Strait Conflicts
In an exclusive interview with the BBC, President Tsai Ing-wen mentioned that “we call ourselves the Republic of China (Taiwan),” adding that “invading Taiwan is something that is going to be very cos ...
2020/01/16 110
KMT Lists 7 Causes for Setbacks in 2020 General Elections
After suffering setbacks in the 2020 presidential and legislative elections, the KMT party central submitted a self-examination report to the KMT Central Standing Committee (CSC) yesterday, listing th ...
2020/01/16 164
TAO Says Rocking “1992 Consensus” More Difficult than Rocking a Mountain
President Tsai Ing-wen called on the Mainland to interact on the basis of “peace, parity, democracy, and dialogue”. Yesterday, Ma Xiaoguang (馬曉光), spokesperson for the Mainland’s Taiwan Affairs Office ...
2020/01/16 326
Su: Taiwan’s Future Will Be Decided by People on Taiwan
Following her re-election win in the 2020 presidential race, President Tsai Ing-wen called on the Mainland to interact on the basis of “peace, parity, democracy, and dialogue.” In response yesterday, ...
2020/01/16 106
Judicial Yuan President Finally Expresses Support for Judges
In mid-December last year, it was reported that Control Yuan member Chen Shi-meng (陳師孟) planned to ask Tang Yueh (唐玥), the trial judge who had acquitted former President Ma Ying-jeou in the secrets le ...
2020/01/15 144
Passing of the Torch: Tsai Calls on Ex President Lee Teng-hui
After winning re-election in the 2020 presidential race, President Tsai Ing-wen, accompanied by Chen Chu (陳菊), Secretary-General to the President, called on former President Lee Teng-hui yesterday to ...
2020/01/15 122
KMT’s Setbacks in General Elections: Seven KMT CSC Members Resign
After the KMT’s setbacks in the 2020 general elections, KMT legislator Johnny Chiang (江啟臣) fired the first salvo by tendering his resignation as a member to the KMT Central Standing Committee (CSC); y ...
2020/01/15 187
Wu Den-yih Resigns as KMT Chairman / Lin Rong-te Acts as Chairman
The KMT Central Standing Committee handled Chairman Wu Den-yih’s (吳敦義) resignation yesterday afternoon. Wu, along with top-ranking officials of the party tendered their resignations to the KMT Central ...
2020/01/15 232
Truth Untold: Wu Den-yih Does Not Want to Leave Debts Behind
KMT Chairman Wu Den-yih (吳敦義) tendered his resignation to the KMT Central Standing Committee today. Earlier, he had wished to stay on for two more months until a chairmanship by-election could be held ...
2020/01/15 142
M’land’s Doves Take Tougher Stances, Scholars Say “Taiwan Being Reunified” Accelerates
After President Tsai was re-elected, several Mainland scholars expressed their opinions. Zhou Zhihuai (周志懷), former director of the Institute of Taiwan Studies under Beijing’s Chinese Academy of Socia ...
2020/01/15 376
Aaron Yin: Recall Drive Against Han as Kaohsiung City Mayor Will Absolutely Not Stop
After his defeat in the 2020 presidential election on January 11, Kaohsiung City Mayor Han Kuo-yu (韓國瑜) went to work at Kaohsiung City Hall, but the recall drive against Han as Mayor launched by “WeCa ...
2020/01/14 243


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