Stories By Victoria Jen
113 Aug 2014 Wed
Taiwan is not taking the threat of an Ebola virus outbreak lightly. It has held its first Ebola detection exercise at Taoyuan International Airport in Taipei.
212 Aug 2014 Tue
More and more Taiwanese are growing weary of the island's political wrangling between the ruling and opposition parties that has stalled the island's major economic policies.
327 Jul 2014 Sun
Volatile weather patterns which downed TransAsia Flight GE222 are a way of life for residents in Taiwan's Penghu Island, where strong monsoon winds can last for up to six months every year.
424 Jul 2014 Thu
Taiwanese authorities have defended their decision to allow TransAsia flight GE222 to fly in bad weather, as angry relatives question if that is what caused the plane to crash.
522 Jul 2014 Tue
Thousands of tourists have evacuated the outlying islands of Taiwan as the territory prepares for its first major tropical storm of the year. Typhoon Matmo is expected to make landfall on the northeast coast early Wednesday, and is currently packing gusts of 173 kilometres per hour.
601 Jul 2014 Tue
Taiwan's pro-independence Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has said it is ready to engage in dialogue with Beijing.
725 Jun 2014 Wed
China's top official in charge of Taiwan affairs, Zhang Zhijun, has held talks with his Taiwanese counterpart on a landmark visit to the island.
820 Jun 2014 Fri
Taiwan fears it will lose more of its flat panel display market share to its rivals, especially after Seoul and Beijing complete their free trade deal at the end of the year.
905 Jun 2014 Thu
A high-profile bribery scandal involving a government official and the largest public housing project in Taiwan threatens the future availability of affordable housing on the island and the winning chances of the ruling Kuomintang (KMT) party in local elections.