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Taiwanese fraud drops thanks to Chinese intervention
Taiwanese fraud drops thanks to Chinese intervention
Taiwan's fraud cases fell 26% in 2010 from the previous year after the island joined hands with China to fight crime, the government said on...
Taiwan's 'super matchmaker' helps hundreds find love
Taiwan's 'super matchmaker' helps hundreds find love
A Taiwan woman is so good at matchmaking that in the past 30 years, she had helped 573 couples tie the knot, a newspaper said on Sunday.
Typhoon Sinlaku pounds Taiwan
Typhoon Sinlaku pounds Taiwan
A typhoon pounded Taiwan on Saturday, bringing torrential rains and triggering landslides in the central and northern part of the island, the...
Taiwan tour operators sceptical about China boom
Taiwan tour operators sceptical about China boom
The launch of regular direct flights between China and Taiwan has been hailed as a symbol of progress and a boon to tourism, but industry workers...
Heartbroken Taiwan man climbs into morgue freezer
Heartbroken Taiwan man climbs into morgue freezer
A Taiwan man grieving over the death of his girlfriend climbed inside a morgue freezer to be with her and was only pulled out alive half an hour...
Nose-picking lawmaker to shout his last good-bye
Nose-picking lawmaker to shout his last good-bye
Taiwan's Cabinet will soon lose one of its more colourful members who was notorious for sleeping in Parliament, shouting at legislators, picking...
First prize: A place for your ashes
First prize: A place for your ashes
A funeral business union based in the central Taiwan county of Nantou held a lottery draw at a recent dinner party offering as top prize a nice...
'I just closed my eyes'
'I just closed my eyes'
Taiwan's Education Minister, Tu Cheng-sheng, on Monday fought a war of words with opposition parliamentarians over whether he had dozed off during...
Taiwan's KMT declares victory in poll
Taiwan's KMT declares victory in poll
Taiwan's opposition Nationalist Party's (KMT) presidential candidate, Ma Ying-jeou, has won more than half the vote in Saturday's election, the...
Tonnes of dead fish wash up on Taiwan beaches
Tonnes of dead fish wash up on Taiwan beaches
Tonnes of fish, from carp to exotic tropical specimens, have washed up dead along 320km of beach on Taiwan's outlying islands because of cold...
Taiwan says it can't match $6bn China aid to Malawi
Taiwan says it can't match $6bn China aid to Malawi
Taiwan cannot match China's reported $6-billion aid offer to Malawi, but hopes a legacy of goodwill can convince the African nation not to switch...
Typhoon kills five in Taiwan, heads for China
Typhoon kills five in Taiwan, heads for China
A strong typhoon headed for China on Sunday after killing five people, injuring 53 and cutting power to more than two million people in Taiwan as...

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