Taiwan’s presidential race sees a dramatic shift as the TPP candidate Ko Wen-je surges ahead of the former frontrunner, DPP’s Lai Ching-te, in a recent poll conducted by the TPOF.
China’s import bans on Taiwanese fruits, are seen as a way to influence Taiwan’s presidential election, with the local farmers want whichever party wins to help them sell their crops at a profit.
The opening of the No. 1 Social Housing in Zhongli, "ONE HOW SPACE Local Regeneration Base," Mayor Chang Shan-cheng looks forward to young friends showcasing their creativity and highlighting local features.
Mayor Chang Shan-cheng attended the opening press conference of the "ONE HOW SPACE Local Regeneration Base" in Zhongli District. The base aims to provide exhibition and curation spaces for local youth teams to showcase their creativity and develop diverse small businesses. The city government encourages young teams to integrate Zhongli's unique characteristics to generate income.
The KMT and the TPP have been unable to reach a consensus over poll results, and the historical “joint ticket” plan to challenge the ruling DPP is in jeopardy.
Decoding Eight Years of Taiwan’s Presidency by Tsai Ing-Wen: Interview With French Journalist Arnaud Vaulerin
French journalist Vaulerin, who publishes a book about Taiwan president Tsai Ing-Wen, discusses Tsai's achievements during her two consecutive mandates, including Taiwan's positioning in the international arena and its success in the chip industry.
Leaders of the KMT and the TPP will have a bilateral talk on Wednesday (15th) to discuss the way of co-authoring a joint ticket in the 2024 presidential race.
Controversy surrounds Taiwanese legislator-at-large candidate Xu Chunying, with rumors circulating that she was a former Chinese Communist Party member.