Taiwan's Tsai under mid-term pressure over economic woes
As Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen reaches the half-way mark in her first term on Sunday, she is under growing pressure from a public tired of economic stagnation but critical of her reform efforts.
Taiwan court jails 12 over deadly gas blasts
Three government officials were among 12 people jailed Friday over Taiwan's worst ever gas explosions which killed 32 and injured more than 300 four years ago.
Five firefighters among 7 dead in Taiwan factory blaze
Seven people -- five of them firefighters -- died in a fire that broke out late Saturday in an electronics factory in northern Taiwan, the local fire department said. The inferno raged through the eight-floor building of a circuit board maker, located in an industrial district in Taoyuan City. Seven firefighters were trapped by large…
Taiwan president says willing to meet China's Xi 'for peace'
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen said Friday she would be willing to meet her Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping "for peace and stability" in the wake of a landmark summit between the leaders of the two Koreas.
Taiwan rescue workers pull more bodies from quake rubble
After hours of painstaking search efforts, Taiwanese rescue workers pulled two more bodies from the flattened remains of a hotel Friday, bringing the death toll from a deadly 6.4-magnitude quake to 12.
Rescuers scour toppled buildings after Taiwan quake kills five
Rescue workers pulled survivors and bodies from buildings tilting precariously in the Taiwanese city of Hualien Wednesday, after an overnight earthquake killed at least five, injured more than 200 and left dozens missing.
7 Top Tourist Attractions In Taipei, Taiwan
Taipei (formally known as Taipei City) is the superior city and a territory of Taiwan. This city is located on the northern side of the state. It is around 25 kilometers (16 miles) southwestern of the northern geographic point city Keelung. Taipei is the political and social location of Taiwan, and one of the real…
Taiwan's prime minister resigns
Taiwan's Premier Lin Chuan resigned on Monday in a move aimed at reviving dwindling public support for the government of President Tsai Ing-wen.
Floods and power-outages as Taiwan battered by Typhoon Nesat
Taiwan suffered flooding, widespread power outages and winds of over a hundred miles and hour as it was battered by its first typhoon of the year on Saturday.