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24 Jun 2021
The Taiwanese edition of Apply Daily assured readers that its operations will continue as the island's government on Thursday denounced the closure of its sister paper in Hong Kong under a national security law.
7 Jun 2021
China expressed fury over US Senators visiting Taiwan to donate coronavirus vaccines, saying it could embolden "separatist forces" on the island.
4 Jun 2021
The Representative of Taiwan in Nigeria, Mr. Andy Yih-Ping Liu, has commended the United States Government’s support for Taiwan’s participation
27 May 2021
Wu En-tzu has delivered more than 2,000 babies working as an obstetrician but she has no desire to have children of her own -- an increasingly common position taken by Taiwanese families.
27 May 2021
Taiwan was incredibly effective at managing the COVID-19 pandemic and the world has an opportunity to learn from that experience at the May 25-June 1 World Health Assembly (WHA) in Geneva.
25 May 2021
"Fast & Furious 9" star John Cena made a U-turn Tuesday, apologising to Chinese fans after he called Taiwan a "country" and sparked outrage in the world's largest film market. Beijing sees democratic, self-ruled Taiwan as part of its territory which is to be seized one day, by force if necessary, and rages at any…
24 May 2021
Taiwan hit out at China on Monday over its continued exclusion from a crucial annual gathering of World Health Organization members which starts this week and is focused on averting the next pandemic catastrophe.
30 Apr 2021
The United States on Friday renewed calls for the World Health Organization's decision-making body to include Taiwan over China's objections, pointing to the island's strong record on fighting Covid.
8 Apr 2021
The United States on Wednesday warned China against what the Philippines and Taiwan see as increasingly aggressive moves, reminding Beijing of Washington's obligations to its partners.
6 Apr 2021
More than one million households and businesses in Taiwan's heavily industrialised central regions were put on water rationing Tuesday, as the island battles its worst drought in 56 years.
6 Apr 2021
The truck that caused Taiwan's worst train crash in decades was on the line for just over a minute before it was struck, officials said Tuesday, as salvage teams worked to remove the most damaged carriages.
3 Apr 2021
Grieving relatives of those who died in Taiwan's worst rail disaster in decades held prayers at the crash site on Saturday as salvage crews worked to remove the tangled mass of wrecked carriages. Officials said Friday's devastating collision, which killed at least 50 people and injured more than 170, was caused when a parked railway…

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