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TVBS Poll on 2020 Presidential Race: Han 48% vs. Tsai 44%
After Kaohsiung City Mayor Han Kuo-yu (韓國瑜) won the KMT 2020 Presidential primary, the TVBS Polling Center conducted a new opinion poll on the 2020 Presidential race.
2019/07/19 5
Wu Urges Gou Not to Bolt KMT/ Gou: I Only Chase Ideals Now
After losing in the KMT 2020 Presidential primary, Terry Gou (郭台銘), of Foxconn, broke his silence yesterday by saying on his Facebook page that he had gone abroad to cool down and collect himself and ...
2019/07/19 4
Formosa Alliance to Form Political Party Tomorrow, Seeking Legislative Seats in 2020
The Formosa Alliance (喜樂島聯盟), a pro-Taiwan independence group led by Kuo Pei-hung (郭倍宏), a former chairman of Formosa TV, has announced that it would officially form a political party tomorrow, adding ...
2019/07/19 4
Wong Chi-huey’s Petition for New Trial over His Impeachment Case Rejected
In April this year after Wong Chi-huey (翁啟惠), a former president of the Academia Sinica, was impeached by the Control Yuan, the top watchdog body in the ROC, owing to the OBI Pharma case, the Commissi ...
2019/07/19 2
Latest Taiwan Competitive Forum Poll: Han Leads Tsai by 37.2%-25%
According to the Taiwan Competitive Forum (台灣競爭力論壇), results of its latest opinion poll on 2020 presidential race are as follows:  
2019/07/19 4
Former TCPD Commissioner Acquitted on Charges of Dispelling “Sunflower Movement” Radicals from Cabinet Building
The Sunflower Student Movement in 2014 originated from opposing the Cross-Strait Services Trade Agreement, so the participants first occupied the Chamber of the Legislative Yuan (LY), and later broke ...
2019/07/19 6
US-M’land Trade War Massively Impacts Export Orders for East Asia
Affected by the US-Mainland trade war, export orders in June of many countries for East Asia dropped. Among the affected countries, Singapore was impacted the most as its export orders declined by 17% ...
2019/07/19 2
Ko Criticizes Tsai for Being a Poor President, Chiding Su for Being Shameless
Ko Wen-je (柯文哲), Taipei City Mayor, has recently condemned the DPP with a barrage of criticisms. Ko once again strongly criticized President Tsai for her poor performance as president yesterday. Earli ...
2019/07/19 4
WTO Opens Way for Chinese Sanctions Against US Tariffs/Scholar: Taiwan & Huawei Essential to US-China Trade War
According to a newspaper report carried by Reuters on July 16: “The United States did not fully comply with a World Trade Organization ruling and could face Chinese sanctions if it does not remove cer ...
2019/07/18 4
Japan-Korea Trade War May Disrupt Global Division of Labor in Semi-Conductor Industry
On July 1, Japan’s Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) announced that it would impose stricter restraints on exports of three major materials, including fluorine polyimide, resist, and etch ...
2019/07/18 3
PLA to Conduct Amphibious Drills on Dongshan Island in the Coming Days
In the morning of July 14, the PRC’s Ministry of National Defense announced on its official website that the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) would conduct in the coming days “regular” military drills i ...
2019/07/18 2
KMT CSC Removes Charter Clause That President Shall Double as Chairperson
The KMT Central Standing Committee approved three resolutions yesterday. The resolutions will be deliberated at the party’s national convention on July 28 before they became final.
2019/07/18 3
How Could Taipower Avoid Losses When Electricity Rates Used as Tool for Politics?
Taipower suffered a loss of NT$29.7 billion (US$955.75 million) in the first half of this year, which made it the only state-owned enterprise that was losing money. The company worked hard to shift fr ...
2019/07/18 3
CIER Revises Downward GDP Growth to 2.06% for 2019
The Chung-Hua Institution for Economic Research (CIER) yesterday once again revised Taiwan’s GDP growth this year, this time downward to 2.06%.
2019/07/18 1
Ko Wen-je Criticizes DPP for Lying Habitually
Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) yesterday criticized that the current chaos in Taiwan was similar to the rise of roving bandits during the late Ming dynasty, accusing the KMT and the DPP of conducti ...
2019/07/17 4
Czech Rep. Grants Taiwan Suspects Subsidiary Protection
Last year, based on a notification of the International Criminal Police Organization (INTERPOL), Czech police arrested eight Taiwan criminal suspects, who were accused by the Beijing government of imp ...
2019/07/17 2
Japan Asks Mainland and Taiwan to Limit Saury Catch
The North Pacific Fisheries Commission (NPFC) annual meeting started on July 16. Eight member states and regions, including Japan, the Mainland, and Taiwan, would discuss Pacific saury resources manag ...
2019/07/17 2
Gou Leaves For US / His Spokesperson: Leaving KMT Is Fake Issue
After Foxconn’s Terry Gou (郭台銘) lost the KMT presidential primary, whether he would bolt the KMT to run independently has been in the spotlight. Yesterday, he took a flight to the US in order to ponde ...
2019/07/17 5
Control Yuan and Judicial Yuan Argue over Ma’s Acquittal in Secrets Leaking Case
Former President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) was found not guilty at the court first instance, guilty at the court of second instance (the appellative court), and when appealed by Ma, the Supreme Court remande ...
2019/07/17 2
Chu Promises to Be Party’s Adhesive Even before Han’s Courtesy Call
Immediately after winning the KMT’s Presidential primary yesterday, Kaohsiung City Mayor Han Kuo-yu (韓國瑜) called on former New Taipei City Mayor Eric Chu (朱立倫), one of his major competitors in the rac ...
2019/07/16 9
Han’s Five Challenges in His Presidential Bid
As Kaohsiung City Mayor Han Kuo-yu (韓國瑜) emerged as the KMT’s standard-bearer for the 2010 Presidential race, the Taipei-based China Times enumerated, in a news analysis, five challenges that Han must ...
2019/07/16 3
2019 International Physics Olympiad Ends with Taiwan Ranking 5th
The 2019 International Physics Olympiad (IPhO), held in Israel, concluded on Sunday (July 14) with the Taiwan team winning two gold and three silver medals, ranking 5th place among the 78 countries an ...
2019/07/16 4
M’land’s Defense Ministry Announces PLA Exercises in Coming Days
On July 14, the Mainland’s Ministry of National Defense (MND) took the initiate to announce that the Chinese People’s Liberation Army (PLA) would conduct military exercises in waters and airspace arou ...
2019/07/16 3
Hsieh Su-wei Wins Wimbledon Women’s Doubles Title
Taiwan female tennis ace Hsieh Su-wei (謝淑薇) and her doubles partner Barbora Strycova of the Czech Republic defeated Gabriela Dabrowski of Canada and Xu Yifan (徐一幡) of the Mainland 6-2, 6-4 in two stra ...
2019/07/16 2
New Southbound Policy Out of Tune Owing to Foreign Students Turning into Workers
The New Southbound Policy that President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) took pride in was exposed yesterday by the Taiwan International Workers’ Association (TIWA) for malfeasance and exploitation of foreign stud ...
2019/07/16 4
Latisha Chan Wins Wimbledon Mixed Doubles Title
After winning the mixed doubles title at the 2019 French Open for the second consecutive year in June, Taiwan female tennis ace Latisha Chan (詹詠然) and her doubles partner Ivan Dodig of Croatia, seeded ...
2019/07/15 4
Chinese Taipei Wins 7th Gold Medal at 2019 Summer Universiade
On July 13, at the 2019 Summer Universiade in Napoli, Chinese Taipei’s archers Wei Chun-heng (魏均珩) and Peng Chia-mao (彭家楙) beat their Japanese opponents in the recurve mixed team final, winning the go ...
2019/07/15 4
Central Bank Implies Intervention in Forex Market Will Become the Norm
Yang Chin-long (楊金龍), Central Bank governor, indicated on July 12 that Taiwan was not a member of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), so if there were crises, Taiwan would not be able to obtain aid ...
2019/07/15 3
Ma: Tsai’s Rule Makes Taiwan Undemocratic
Former President Ma Ying-jeou (馬英九) yesterday criticized President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) for hurting Taiwan’s democracy, saying that under her rule, Taiwan was becoming increasingly undemocratic with the ...
2019/07/15 8
3 Taiwan Securities Analysts Arrested on M’land
To prevent financial risks, recently, Shanghai has started to crack down on illegal stock recommendations and the “rat trading.” Illegal stock recommendations refer to a situation in which securities ...
2019/07/15 2

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