Two Taiwanese men have been sentenced to two years in jail each after they staged a fake kidnapping from a Cambodian seaside resort and posted video of it online, a court said on Friday.
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Vote counting got under way Saturday in Taiwan's presidential election, held in the shadow of threats from China that choosing the wrong leader could set the stage for war on the self-ruled island.
Taiwan’s latest elections are touted as a watershed event that will influence the island’s future for at least the next four years, given the current US-China rivalry.
Chinese satellite launch triggered Taiwan's emergency phone alert system on Tuesday, days before the self-ruled island holds a crucial presidential election that has heightened security worries around the region.
Malaysians aged between 16 and 22 are welcome to take up vocational programmes at high schools in Taiwan.
Taiwanese tech giant and key Apple supplier Foxconn is planning an additional $1.54 billion investment in India for "operational needs", as it seeks to diversify production away from China.
Taiwan is closely watching the war in the Middle East sparked by the unprecedented attack on Israel by Hamas militants from Gaza for lessons amid what the self-governing island says is a campaign of intimidation and threats by China.
Typhoon Koinu grazed the southern edge of Taiwan on Thursday, lashing the island with the strongest winds it has ever recorded and knocking out power to hundreds of thousands of homes.
At least nine people were killed in a fire at a golf ball factory in southern Taiwan over the weekend, including four firefighters who died in an explosion, officials said Monday.
A peaceful solution can be achieved by both the US and China giving more importance to peace than to their narrowly viewed, self-centered, aggressive objectives and viewpoints.
Taiwan's chip giant TSMC said Thursday it did not expect any direct effect on production from China's latest export controls on two rare metals essential for making semiconductors.
Hacking at a bamboo plant with a machete, Avayi Vayayana peels back the shoot's stiff bark as he scans southern Taiwan's mountains, anxious for more of the money-making crop his Indigenous tribe increasingly struggles to find.