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Driverless Bus Coming to Taipei
Taipei will test driverless busses in a bid to improve traffic.
Taiwan Temples Incensed: Online Rumor of Incense Burning Ban Sparks Protest
Temples have accepted a 'one burner, one incense stick' proposal to help protect the environment, and have agreed to burn ghost money collectively in an incinerator.
Nearly One in Three Taiwanese Kids Suffer Mental Disorders - Study
Among 100,000 children in Taiwan, 3,100 have thought of taking their own lives, according to the findings of the three-year study.
China's Taiwan Squeeze Continues: Trade Office in Ecuador Forced to Change Name
The name changes are widely seen as part of China's stepped-up efforts to pressure Taiwan since the administration of President Tsai Ing-wen took office.
UPDATE: Shooting Near Taipei - 4 Dead
The suspect attempted suicide and was pronounced dead at 11:38 this morning.
Zinc Fingers: Taiwanese Uncover Potential Alzheimer's Treatment
The team acknowledged that whether the discovery can actually lead to a breakthrough in battling Alzheimer's may still be quite a ways off.
Experts React: Panama Switches Allegiance from Taiwan to China
'Formal relations with a microstate may be consistent with Taiwan’s claims of sovereignty, but it does little to prevent conflict with China in the future. Unofficial support from countries like the US provide such assurance.'
Taiwan's Indigenous People Win Back Hunting Rights
In a win for Taiwan's indigenous people, wild animals may be caught as food for the hunters and their families or for sharing with others.
Humans Need Not Apply: Taiwan Company at Forefront of Automation Age with 60,000 Robots Making iPhones
The world's largest contract electronics maker has five "lights-out" factories that are fully automated and require no onsite human presence.
Beijing Finally Announces 'Threat to National Security' Charges for Missing Taiwan Human Rights Activist
China claims a Taiwanese man worked with Chinese nationals to develop plans of action and establish an illegal ring that aimed to subvert Beijing.
China Not a Factor in Fiji's Taiwan Office Closure - Officials
The Fiji office closure was a question of resources and not related to China - Taiwan officials say.