Taiwan says Chinese aircraft carrier sails into its ADIZ

Jul 12, 2017

Taiwan says Chinese aircraft carrier sails into its ADIZ

China's Liaoning aircraft carrier entered Taiwan's air defense identification zone (ADIZ) early Wednesday morning on its way back from Hong Kong and was being monitored, Taiwan's Defense Ministry said, adding there was no cause for alarm. The Liaoning left Hong Kong at noon Tuesday, before ...

Japan's tourism, real estate sectors actively seeking foreign workers

Jun 20, 2017

Japan's tourism, real estate sectors actively seeking foreign workers

The nation's hotel operators and real estate firms are ramping up their hiring of foreign workers to capitalize on booming in-bound tourism and increasing property investment from wealthy overseas buyers. Liang I-ting, a Taiwanese clerk, greets guests in Chinese, Japanese and English at an Apa ...

Taiwan outplays Japan in East Asia semifinals

Jun 6, 2017

Taiwan outplays Japan in East Asia semifinals

Japan flamed out in the East Asia Basketball Association Championship semifinals on Tuesday, falling 78-73 to Taiwan as turnovers and an anemic offensive performance left the hosts looking for somewhere to hide in Nagano. Taiwan's Quincy Davis III proved too much for Japan's frontline to ...

Learn from us, Taiwan tells China on Tiananmen anniversary

Jun 4, 2017

Learn from us, Taiwan tells China on Tiananmen anniversary

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Taiwan's president offered on Sunday to help China transition to democracy, on the anniversary of China's bloody crackdown on student-led pro-democracy protests in and around Beijing's Tiananmen Square. Tsai Ing-wen said that the biggest gap between Taiwan and China is democracy and freedom, needling Beijing ...