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Taiwan ex-leader Ma found not guilty in leaks case

A Taiwanese court today found former president Ma Ying-jeou not guilty in a political leaks case, one of a series of lawsuits brought against him since he stepped down last year.

Taiwanese love butter chicken, naan, say Indian restaurateurs

Dishes such as butter chicken, naan and dal makhani are favoured by Taiwanese people at Indian restaurants, say restaurateurs in Taiwan.

Taiwanese President calls for renewed talks with China

Taiwanese President Tsai Ing-wen on Monday called for a resumption of talks with China and pledged that "anything" can be on the table for discussion. 

Taiwan President calls on China to engage in talks with Taipei

Taiwan President calls on China to engage in talks with Taipei

The National Day address is used by Taiwan's presidents to put forward their position and outlook on relations with China.

Taiwan asks Google to blur images of South China Sea island

Taiwan`s defence ministry has asked Google to blur images of a new development believed to be for military use on a disputed South China Sea island.

21 injured in Taipei train explosion, say reports

21 injured in Taipei train explosion, say reports

Witnesses on the scene reported hearing a loud explosion before flames engulfed the sixth coach on the train.

Cambodia to deport 13 Taiwanese fraud suspects to China

A group of 13 Taiwanese and 14 mainland Chinese were arrested by Cambodian police last week for internet fraud.

Earthquake measuring 6.1 shakes parts of Taiwan, including capital

An earthquake with a magnitude of 6.1 shook parts of Taiwan on Tuesday and was felt in the capital, Taipei, residents and officials said, but there were no immediate reports of damage.

Shaking felt in Taipei as 5.6-magnitude quake hits

Buildings shook violently in Taiwan's capital Taipei today as a 5.6-magnitude quake hit off the island's northeast coast.

Japan releases Taiwan fishing boat after row

Japan has released a Taiwanese fishing boat whose seizure prompted a protest from Taipei after its owner paid more than $50,000 Tuesday, the government said.

China says Kenya deporting 45 Taiwanese to mainland

Kenyan police will deport 45 Taiwanese to mainland China where they face investigation for fraud, Chinese state media said on Wednesday after Taipei blasted Beijing for "abducting" its citizens.

5.5 magnitude earthquake hits Taiwan

5.5 magnitude earthquake hits Taiwan

A magnitude of 5.5 earthquake was felt across Taiwan on Monday.

Tai chi can help older adults reduce risk of falling

Tai chi can be practiced while you are walking, standing, or even seated. Deep breathing, weight shifting, and leg stepping movements are part of the practice.

Netaji died in Taipei hospital after crash: His interpreter​

Netaji died in Taipei hospital after crash: His interpreter​

Kazunori Kunizuka, who worked as an interpreter with Bose from 1943 to 1945, is still alive and has recorded in graphic detail in his diary the last days of Bose and his death.  

Taiwan's TSMC says some wafers damaged in quake, some customers may be affected

TSMC will increase its production activity to make up for any delayed shipments, company acting spokeswoman Elizabeth Sun told Reuters.

Taiwan's new Parliament inaugurated

Taiwan on Monday inaugurated its new parliament, in which the pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) holds an absolute majority, putting an end to over 60 years of legislative control by the nationalist Kuomintang party (KMT).

Taiwan President flies to disputed island in South China Sea

Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou flew to Itu Aba island in the disputed South China Sea on Thursday to reaffirm Taipei`s sovereignty over the outpost, ignoring criticism from Washington over the trip.

What happened when a mentally unstable man jumped into lion's enclosure at zoo? Watch Video

What happened when a mentally unstable man jumped into lion's enclosure at zoo? Watch Video

What happens when one jumps into a lion's enclosure at a zoo?

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's grandnephew releases classified India-Russia letters

Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose's grandnephew releases classified India-Russia letters

After making the documents public, Ashis Ray claimed that they are part of the classified files of the Indian government on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose.

China, Taiwan in first-ever spy swap as ties improve

China, Taiwan in first-ever spy swap as ties improve

Taiwan said Monday it has for the first time exchanged jailed spies with China, in another sign of closer relations between the two sides which recently held a historic summit.