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Taiwan’s best art and music show troupe to perform in Penang

The Art Truck Show will see musicians and art performers at the City Hall tomorrow and Juru AutoCity on Saturday.

IS exploiting moderate groups to lure Indonesian maids

Though these maids working in Hong Kong,Taiwan and Singapore are earning good salaries, they feel empty or isolated and want to be ‘better Muslims’.

Taiwan protests Indonesia deportations of suspects to China

Jakarta had ignored Taipei's request that the Taiwanese suspects be returned to the island and instead sent them on Thursday to the mainland cities of Chengdu and Tianjin.

Panama cuts ties with Taiwan, switches to China

Panama now "recognizes that there is only one China in the world" and that Taiwan is part of Chinese territory.

Taiwan festival celebrates ‘tradition’ with pole dancers

Pole dancers performed to pop music on 22 trucks at a square near the capital's landmark skyscraper Taipei 101 as the crowds enjoyed snacks and free beer, despite the rain.

Court dismisses Chatime’s bid for injunction against ex-franchise holder

This means Loob Holdings Sdn Bhd can continue its Tealive business throughout its 161 stores.

Taiwan man arrested over public beheading of sister

Local television quoted an eyewitness as saying the woman had knelt and pleaded for her life while neighbours screamed when they saw her severed head on the pavement.

Gadis penghidap kanser rakam foto pra-perkahwinan tanpa pasangan

May Chen tidak mahu mensia-siakan kehidupannya dan bertekad untuk memenuhi impian sekali gus menjadi inspirasi kepada semua.

Taiwan bans eating dogs and cats

The bill also hiked the penalty for killing or abusing animals to a maximum two-year jail term and a stiff fine of TW$2 million, more than doubling that for repeat offenders.

Expert sees no end to dispute over Spratlys

This is despite Taiwan's right to claim the islands by virtue of two treaties.

Missing Malaysian student in Taiwan found – in police lock-up

Chan Shao Siang is arrested after making an online purchase of a handphone a day before he is due to return home on March 30.

China warns US over arms sales to Taiwan

China sees Taiwan as part of its territory awaiting reunification, by force if necessary.

Visitors ought to be treated with greater respect

If immigration officers are egoistic, it will show in the organisation’s culture and look very ugly to the public.

Chatime seeks to stop Loob Holding from selling similar products

The injunction sought by La Kaffa International Co Ltd will be heard on May 29 at the Kuala Lumpur High Court.

‘Wolverine’ braves Taiwan’s stinky tofu

Jackman and Patrick Stewart arrived in the Taiwanese capital over the weekend for the local premier of 'Logan'.

All but four Chatime outlets to rebrand

Former Chatime master franchisee Loob Holdings' numbers contradict that of Taiwanese owner who claims that almost 50 out of 165 outlets will remain with them.

Taiwan lantern makers go green for festival of lights

Campaigners say they do not want the lantern festival to disappear, just to improve.

Chatime: Malaysian franchisee used unapproved ingredients

Taiwan's La Kaffa also alleges Loob Holdings Bhd failed to pay royalties on time.

Former Chatime operator has 45 days to rebrand

Loob Holdings CEO says company has accepted the termination notice by Taiwan-based franchisor La Kaffa Co Ltd, and will launch new brand in March.

Is China using its tourists to gain the upper hand in...

Tour operators and government officials in Asia fear China is using its increasingly high-spending tourists as a lever to pressure or reward its neighbours.

Taiwan simulates China attacks as tension rises

"The military has active measures to deal with the situation in the Taiwan Strait and the South China Sea so the public can rest assured. We will enhance training 365 days a year," defence spokesman Chen Chung-chi said.

Taiwan scrambles jets, navy as China aircraft carrier enters Taiwan Strait

Taiwan will 'surveil and control' the passage of the Chinese warships and aircraf carrier through the narrow body of water separating Taiwan and China.

Police got me off travel blacklist, says Fahmi

Fahmi Reza praises 'Inspector R' for his professionalism, getting him off the blacklist and for not treating him like a criminal.

Taiwan urges calm from China after Trump call

Tsai herself has made no comment but the presidential office has insisted there is "no conflict" between Taiwan maintaining relations with the US and with China.

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