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BBC News
Tsai Ing-wenpragmatic approach and analytical style is a marked departure from the often fi
Tsai Ing-wen
BBC News / Posted 15 hours ago
pragmatic approach and analytical style is a marked departure from the often fiery rhetoric of her predecessor, Chen Shui-bian. Ms Tsai joined the DPP in 2004 but rose quickly to become its chairwoman four years later, when the party... Read more
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16h
The China Post
Tsai sworn in for another term as DPP chairwomanpeople did not want another Kuomintang or to see the return of the DPP that led
Tsai sworn in for another term as DPP chairwoman
The China Post / Posted 16 hours ago
people did not want another Kuomintang or to see the return of the DPP that led the government years ago, referring to the Chen Shui-bian administration. "Change is now underway," she said, citing the withdrawal of charges against 126 Sunflower... Read more
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The China Post
New envoy to US set to take office on June 5Council, Joseph Wu. When Wu served as Taiwan's representative to Washington und
New envoy to US set to take office on June 5
The China Post / Posted 4 days ago
Council, Joseph Wu. When Wu served as Taiwan's representative to Washington under the administration of ex-President Chen Shui-bian, Kao was his deputy. Kao headed the Department of North American Affairs at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs... Read more
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4d
The Manila Times
Taiwan’s ex-president Ma faces lawsuits as immunity endscame to power in 2008 partly due to his “Mr Clean” image, favored by a public f
Taiwan’s ex-president Ma faces lawsuits as immunity ends
The Manila Times / Posted 4 days ago
came to power in 2008 partly due to his “Mr Clean” image, favored by a public fed up with the scandals of former DPP leader Chen Shui-bian, who was jailed for corruption. However, Ma now faces his own court battles as political rivals hurl suits at... Read more
4d
Channel NewsAsia
Taiwan's ex-president Ma Ying-jeou faces lawsuits as immunity endsto power in 2008 partly due to his "Mr Clean" image, favoured by a public fed u
Taiwan's ex-president Ma Ying-jeou faces lawsuits as immunity ends
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 4 days ago
to power in 2008 partly due to his "Mr Clean" image, favoured by a public fed up with the scandals of former DPP leader Chen Shui-bian, who was jailed for corruption. However, Ma now faces his own court battles as political rivals hurl suits at... Read more
5d
The China Post
Former first lady Chow Mei-ching skips the inaugurationOther Inauguration Tidbits Noticeably absent was former Vice President Annette
Former first lady Chow Mei-ching skips the inauguration
The China Post / Posted 5 days ago
Other Inauguration Tidbits Noticeably absent was former Vice President Annette Lu (呂秀蓮), who served with former President Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁). Chen, who received an invitation to attend Friday's state dinner, has declined to attend. He is... Read more
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5d
The Wilmington Star-News
Taiwan's leader faces thornier ties with China, growth woescross-strait relations. That could send relations back to the tense situation t
Taiwan's leader faces thornier ties with China, growth woes
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 5 days ago
cross-strait relations. That could send relations back to the tense situation that existed under the last DPP president, Chen Shui-bian, who was the target of relentless rhetorical attacks by Beijing. "There will be no so-called cold peace, but... Read more
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5d
Salon.com
Taiwan’s leader faces thornier ties with China, growth woescross-strait relations. That could send relations back to the tense situation t
Taiwan’s leader faces thornier ties with China, growth woes
Salon.com / Posted 5 days ago
cross-strait relations. That could send relations back to the tense situation that existed under the last DPP president, Chen Shui-bian, who was the target of relentless rhetorical attacks by Beijing. You Might Also Like “There will be no... Read more
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The China Post
Tsai Ing-wen sworn in as Taiwan's first female president (update)over to Tsai by Legislative Speaker Su Jia-chyuan (蘇嘉全) of the DPP, symbolizing
Tsai Ing-wen sworn in as Taiwan's first female president (update)
The China Post / Posted 5 days ago
over to Tsai by Legislative Speaker Su Jia-chyuan (蘇嘉全) of the DPP, symbolizing her assumption of office as head of state.Chen Chien-jen (陳建仁) was also sworn in as vice president, after which he and Tsai walked Ma and Wu out of the Presidential... Read more
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5d
ABC News
Taiwan's Leader Faces Thornier Ties With China, Growth Woescross-strait relations. That could send relations back to the tense situation t
Taiwan's Leader Faces Thornier Ties With China, Growth Woes
ABC News / Posted 5 days ago
cross-strait relations. That could send relations back to the tense situation that existed under the last DPP president, Chen Shui-bian, who was the target of relentless rhetorical attacks by Beijing. "There will be no so-called cold peace, but... Read more
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6d
The China Post
LY inaugurates groups for better diplomacy with EUCambodia — countries central to Tsai's "New Southward Policy" economic strategy
LY inaugurates groups for better diplomacy with EU
The China Post / Posted 6 days ago
Cambodia — countries central to Tsai's "New Southward Policy" economic strategy. Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Chen Ou-po (陳歐珀) said the groups would explore ways of "mutually beneficial strategic cooperation" with their target... Read more
6d
The Daily Jeffersonian
Taiwan's leader faces thornier ties with China, growth woescross-strait relations. That could send relations back to the tense situation t
Taiwan's leader faces thornier ties with China, growth woes
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 6 days ago
cross-strait relations. That could send relations back to the tense situation that existed under the last DPP president, Chen Shui-bian, who was the target of relentless rhetorical attacks by Beijing. "There will be no so-called cold peace, but... Read more
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6d
Asia Sentinel
Taiwan’s Outgoing President May Face Chargestheir way, Taiwan’s outgoing President Ma Ying-jeou, who leaves office today, (
Taiwan’s Outgoing President May Face Charges
Asia Sentinel / Posted 6 days ago
their way, Taiwan’s outgoing President Ma Ying-jeou, who leaves office today, (May 19) could well follow his predecessor, Chen Shui-bian, into prison. While Ma will be protected in civilian life by eight to 12 security officers, his team of legal... Read more
6d
MyMotherLode.com
Taiwan's leader faces thornier ties with China growth woescross-strait relations. That could send relations back to the tense situation t
Taiwan's leader faces thornier ties with China growth woes
MyMotherLode.com / Posted 6 days ago
cross-strait relations. That could send relations back to the tense situation that existed under the last DPP president, Chen Shui-bian, who was the target of relentless rhetorical attacks by Beijing. "There will be no so-called cold peace, but... Read more
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6d
The China Post
High drama as KMT party whip election ends in tie(KMT) caucus vote on Wednesday for the newly created position of party whip end
High drama as KMT party whip election ends in tie
The China Post / Posted 6 days ago
(KMT) caucus vote on Wednesday for the newly created position of party whip ended in a dead heat between lawmakers Chen Shei-saint and Liao Kuo-tung. Both candidates received 14 votes of the 29 ballots cast, one of which was disqualified.... Read more
7d
The China Post
Ex-President Chen declines invite to Friday's state banquet TAIPEI--Former President Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁) and his wife will not attend a
Ex-President Chen declines invite to Friday's state banquet
The China Post / Posted 7 days ago
TAIPEI--Former President Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁) and his wife will not attend a state banquet following the inauguration of Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) as Taiwan's new president on May 20, Chen's... Read more
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7d
Channel NewsAsia
Taiwan’s Tsai Ing-wen seeks to refresh ‘Go South’ policywhich absorbs 40 per cent of the island’s exports. The policy is nothing new,
Taiwan’s Tsai Ing-wen seeks to refresh ‘Go South’ policy
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 7 days ago
which absorbs 40 per cent of the island’s exports. The policy is nothing new, as former presidents Lee Teng-hui and Chen Shui-bian have tried that, and achieved little. However, a Democratic Progressive Party (DPP)-affiliated think tank said... Read more
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9d
The China Post
Tsai inauguration dinner invite sent to President Chen TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Following the posting of images of an official invitation s
Tsai inauguration dinner invite sent to President Chen
The China Post / Posted 9 days ago
TAIPEI, Taiwan -- Following the posting of images of an official invitation sent to former President Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁) to attend the state dinner celebrating the inauguration of the incoming... Read more
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9d
The China Post
That'll be NT$23 million, please: Ma told to fulfil vow to pay for broken promisefrom the past eight years of your presidential term and place yourself under tr
That'll be NT$23 million, please: Ma told to fulfil vow to pay for broken promise
The China Post / Posted 9 days ago
from the past eight years of your presidential term and place yourself under travel restrictions," said DPP Legislator Chen Chi-mai, who pointed to 10 goals promised by Ma while campaigning and while in office.During his 2008 presidential... Read more
11d
Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Sex Slaverysay how. They just said 'He's done, he's dead', and that's all I can remember.
Sex Slavery
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 days ago
say how. They just said 'He's done, he's dead', and that's all I can remember. (Voice shaking) I just- I went to the kitchen and just fell to the floor and I went into shock. (Shot of forensic/medical reports) SALLY NEIGHBOUR: Abraham Papo's... Read more
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The China Post
US reiterates it opposes Taiwan independenceWashington's position against Taiwan's independence in its report to the U.S. C
US reiterates it opposes Taiwan independence
The China Post / Posted 11 days ago
Washington's position against Taiwan's independence in its report to the U.S. Congress was in 2007 when then-president Chen Shui-bian was seeking public support for the country's bid to join the United Nations. "The United States opposes any... Read more
13d
The China Post
Former foreign minister to lead new 'go-south' officethey said. Huang, 57, is a seasoned diplomat who served as foreign minister fr
Former foreign minister to lead new 'go-south' office
The China Post / Posted 13 days ago
they said. Huang, 57, is a seasoned diplomat who served as foreign minister from 2006 to 2008 under then-President Chen Shui-bian. DPP sources also said that Tsai will serve concurrently as party chairwoman after May 20. DPP Deputy... Read more
18d
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Former Taiwan VP denied Thai visadown the application and put off the visa issuance, said Ms Lu, who served as v
Former Taiwan VP denied Thai visa
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 18 days ago
down the application and put off the visa issuance, said Ms Lu, who served as vice-president of Taiwan from 2000-08 under Chen Shui-bian. She hinted that Taiwanese authorities might have influenced the decision of their counterparts in... Read more
19d
The China Post
Taiwan won't back down on fishing rights: Mareports that "a tacit understanding" had been reached with Japan on fishing in
Taiwan won't back down on fishing rights: Ma
The China Post / Posted 19 days ago
reports that "a tacit understanding" had been reached with Japan on fishing in disputed waters under the presidency of Chen Shui-bian. The report, which the DPP later refuted as untrue, claimed that a deal was orchestrated by former National... Read more
28d
The China Post
Tsai vows to promote China ties based on will of nationalsthe mission," Tsai said. Tsai, who served as head of the MAC between 2000-2004
Tsai vows to promote China ties based on will of nationals
The China Post / Posted 28 days ago
the mission," Tsai said. Tsai, who served as head of the MAC between 2000-2004 under the previous DPP administration of Chen Shui-bian (陳水扁), said that Wednesday's visit to the MAC was like "returning home" for her. In the future, she will work... Read more
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