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Taiwanese Reporters Denied Press Passes for WHA
The foreign ministry called the incident “a serious violation of a universal human right and the principle of justice for all that the UN aims to embody.”
Survey: Over 60% Of Taiwanese Support Same-Sex Marriage
Friendliness towards the transgender community has also been growing.
Taiwan’s Citizen Judges Sit in 26 Criminal Cases Since January
According to the Judicial Yuan, citizen judges are expected to sit in 300 cases this year.
In Taiwan, Liz Truss Calls For ‘Economic NATO’ to Counter China
She also recommended the immediate closure of Confucius Institutes in the U.K., which could be replaced by institutions from Hong Kong and Taiwan.
Taiwan Approves Adoption Rights for Same-Sex Couples
The move came after the Cabinet recognized transnational same-sex couples in which one of the partners is from a country which doesn’t allow same-sex marriage.
How Has the War Changed Ukraine?
Russia's war in Ukraine, began on February 24, 2022, has killed thousands of civilians and displaced millions more. On the anniversary of the war, The News Lens looks back at how it has changed cities and lives across Ukraine.
Paraguay President to Visit Taiwan Ahead of Elections
Paraguay’s presidential candidate for the opposition party said he’d switch diplomatic allegiance from Taiwan to China once elected.
KMT Legislator Chiang Wan-an, Great Grandson of Chiang Kai-shek, Wins Taipei Mayoral Election
Chiang, the mayor-elect of Taipei, has billed himself as a revitalizing force for the KMT, more than half of whose party members are above the age of 60.
Freddy Lim Recall Attempt Fails to Meet Threshold
The recall campaign against Freddy Lim has failed on account of falling short of its binding threshold.
Explainer: Taiwan’s 2021 Referendum Results
All four referendum questions in Taiwan have failed to pass, marking a victory for the governing DPP and setback for the opposition KMT.