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Disgraced former Taiwanese president Chen Shui-bian freed from jail on one month's medical parole

Disgraced former Taiwanese president Chen Shui-bian was released from jail at 3.30pm today after being granted a month's medical parole after spending more than six years in prison.

 

5 Jan 2015 - 5:53PM

Disgraced former Taiwanese president Chen Shui-bian was released from jail at 3.30pm today after being granted a month's medical parole after spending more than six years in prison.

 

Disgraced former Taiwanese president Chen Shui-bian freed from jail on one month's medical parole
Beijing's top negotiator Chen Deming stresses unbroken line in relations with Taiwan

The mainland's top negotiator with Taiwan underscored the need for continued progress in cross-strait links as he started an eight-day visit to the island yesterday.

10 Dec 2014 - 9:26AM

The mainland's top negotiator with Taiwan underscored the need for continued progress in cross-strait links as he started an eight-day visit to the island yesterday.

Beijing's top negotiator Chen Deming stresses unbroken line in relations with Taiwan
Frontrunners in race to be municipal mayors

Sean Lien, son of wealthy KMT honorary chairman Lien Chan; former chairman of the Taipei Smart Card Corp, the company that operates Easycards

28 Nov 2014 - 7:03PM

Sean Lien, son of wealthy KMT honorary chairman Lien Chan; former chairman of the Taipei Smart Card Corp, the company that operates Easycards

Frontrunners in race to be municipal mayors
Recycled cooking oil of supplier caught up in Taiwan food scandal passes government test

Taiwan’s cooking oil supplier Chang Guann – caught up in a scandal after nearly 1,000 food makers, including restaurants, bakeries and food plants were found to have used “gutter oil” in products – has passed a government test of its recycled lard oil.

8 Sep 2014 - 4:37PM

Taiwan’s cooking oil supplier Chang Guann – caught up in a scandal after nearly 1,000 food makers, including restaurants, bakeries and food plants were found to have used “gutter oil” in products – has passed a government test of its recycled lard oil.

Recycled cooking oil of supplier caught up in Taiwan food scandal passes government test
Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council urges end to speculation over official’s alleged China leaks

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) called on local media today to stop speculating about an ongoing inquiry into alleged leaks of classified information to the mainland by a former senior negotiator.

25 Aug 2014 - 9:43PM

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council (MAC) called on local media today to stop speculating about an ongoing inquiry into alleged leaks of classified information to the mainland by a former senior negotiator.

Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council urges end to speculation over official’s alleged China leaks