Taiwan slams UN after students barred from Geneva visit

Taiwan fiercely criticised the United Nations Friday after its students were barred from visiting a public hearing in Geneva as Beijing seeks to further isolate the island internationally. It comes after Taiwan was excluded from a major World Health ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan Lays Plans for $59 Billion in Renewable-Energy Finance

New energy, meet new finance. That’s the thinking of Taiwan’s government, which is starting to map out funding plans for a power system that can no longer rely on nuclear reactors. Prime Minister Lin Chuan’s administration aims to increase the share ... ( read original story ...)

Eat your way around Taipei

Shilin Night Market is packed with hungry shoppers, especially on a Saturday night. With more than 500 food stalls, small shops and restaurants, there are plenty of food options available to try. Anxious to get to Taipei and its cuisine, we booked the ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan: How China is poaching the island’s diplomatic allies

Foreign diplomats stationed in Taiwan do not need to travel far to meet officials from the island's international aid office. One building in Taipei, the capital, houses most embassies, and the International Co-operation and Development Fund is located on ... ( read original story ...)