'We hope that the international community takes it seriously and can voice support and help us,' says Tsai Ing-wen.
The president calls for peaceful 'reunification', warns it would not renounce the use of force.
Authorities expected to enact a special law for same-sex unions after Saturday’s referendum.
Setback for the country's ruling party in elections watched by China.
'This is a fight for democracy,' says President Tsai Ing-wen.
Company identifies failure to alert central control system that automatic safety feature was turned off.
The 48-year-old was granted bail equivalent to just over RM67k after being detained for investigation.
Eighteen people have died, 187 are injured in Taiwan's worst rail tragedy in decades.
The protesters also call for a referendum on independence from China.
Palau gets caught up in the diplomatic tug-of-war between China and Taiwan.
‘He is a businessman, so his job is to enjoy his life.’
It is a significant upgrade from the low-key military building the Americans had used for decades.
Nanyang Siang Pau says it has 'reliable information' of Low's whereabouts, but does not specify details.
Beijing cautions Taiwan president President Tsai Ing-wen against pushing for formal independence.
China warns Taiwan Travel Act promoting closer US-Taiwan ties will threaten 'stability.'
However, the run-up to the new year was marked by more bickering.
Rescue efforts were hampered by over 200 aftershocks, which included a 5.7 quake.
A magnitude 6.4 earthquake struck near Hualien city just before midnight on Tuesday.
It wants accommodation companies to review their websites to stop labelling their territories as countries.
This after Trump tells Taiwan the US is not necessarily bound by the policy.
That US' long-time position Taiwan is part of China may go up in smoke, raises eyebrows.
Some event hosts are calling him 'world Chinese leader', while addressing other speakers properly.
This comes after daily referred to Ma as 'former Taiwan leader', not 'former Taiwan president' as it did in earlier articles.
The victims included 24 tourists from China, Taiwanese authorities say.
Premier Lin Chuan says the blast appeared to be a deliberate 'act of malice'.