Featured stories about Taiwan (ROC)
- Taiwan: Smear Campaign Sparks Historic Media Monopoly Protest 4 September 2012
- China: ‘Violent’ Pipeline Protest in Qidong 29 July 2012
- East Asia: Flourishing Illegal Trade in ‘Captive Bred’ Exotic Birds 28 July 2012
- UK: Taiwan Flag Disappears from London Olympics Street Display 26 July 2012
Latest stories about Taiwan (ROC)
7 August 2013
The suspension is a temporary victory for Taiwan's anti-nuclear activists, who oppose the fourth nuclear power plant.
5 August 2013
Taiwan's referendum rules, which require 50 percent of voters to participate, favors the minority groups who boycott the vote.
25 July 2013
Taiwanese professor Hsu Shih-Jung was yelling "Today you demolished Taipu, tomorrow we demolished the government" when he was dragged away by police.
6 July 2013
The first migrant workers' union was formed on May 25, 2013 in Taiwan to improve foreign fishermen's working conditions.
19 April 2013
During Japan's sweltering midsummer it's traditional to eat a plate of golden-brown broiled unagi kabayaki, or broiled eel. But the tradition is now at risk. Skyrocketing demand for glass eels,...
6 April 2013
A group of Taiwanese independent journalists and academics in journalism and communication launched the Academy of Independent Media in March 2013. The academy is to provide journalistic skill to citizen...
10 March 2013
A German man who marched in an anti-nuclear protest two years ago in Taiwan was detained at Taiwan's international airport and denied entry [zh] into the country on March 8,...
26 February 2013
Looking to Taiwanese-born director Ang Lee's Oscar win for Best Director with pride and envy, mainland Chinese web users frustrated with China's tight grip on the film industry are wondering...
11 February 2013
Laid-off factory workers facing a lawsuit from the Taiwanese government over unpaid debt protested February 5 by lying across the tracks at a Taipei train station, bring traffic to standstill....
6 January 2013
The new year celebration was very special this year as popular singers, environmental and youth activists worked together to present a nuclear-free homeland as Taiwanese people's common wish for 2013.