Taiwan officially became an aged society last month according to the Ministry of the Interior and our government is trying hard to get people in the mood for love.
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It’s been quite a year for Taiwan and the region.
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Taiwan President Tsai Ying-wen (蔡英文) last week brought an old campaign promise to the table: The Act on Promoting Transitional Justice.
But not everybody is happy with what’s on the menu. Indigenous groups have come out strongly against the law, as no efforts were made in this legislation to return land seized from them during the Japanese colonial period that (1895-1945).
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*A full analysis of the Act can also be found here on The News Lens International.
Taiwanese activist Lee Ming-che (李明哲) was sentenced to five years in prison by a Chinese court for subversion of state power.
Taiwan‘s Presidential Office wrote, “It is regrettable that the Lee Ming-che case has seriously damaged cross-strait relations and especially challenged Taiwanese people’s persistence and ideals for democracy and freedom.”
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Should Taiwan allow the police to flog citizens for drunk driving, sexual offenses or abusing children?
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Taiwan’s ship of state lacks the power to get to the UN climate summit.
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Taiwan’s Ministry of Labor drew fire from labor rights groups and opposition legislators this week after the release of draft amendments to Taiwan’s Labor Standards Act.
A key revision states that employees are able to work for 12 days straight before taking a day off.
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The Philippines on Monday apologized to China for using a Taiwanese logo in an event to mark a “new era” of ties between the Philippines and China. Relations between the two countries are warming after prolonged periods of tension over control of the South China Sea — at least they were until this gaffe.
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