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2018/05/21 | Nick Aspinwall
Stabbed Indonesian Fisherman Thrown Overboard Taiwanese Ship Remains Missing
The incident highlights problems aboard Taiwan's distant water fishing vessels, which NGOs say operate in an unregulated, lawless environment.
2018/05/18 | David Green
WHO Bows to China Pressure, Contravenes Human Rights in Refusing Taiwan Media
This is the second year in a row that Taiwanese journalists have been denied access to the world's largest heath policy meeting.
2018/05/16 | Morley J Weston
Taiwan's NGOs Take to the Internet to Protest WHA Exclusion
Chinese pressure is again keeping Taiwan out of the world's biggest health policy meeting.
2018/05/10 | TNL Staff
MALAYSIA: Deja-vu as Mahathir Clinches General Election Vote
GE14 was the most competitive election in the history of Malaysia, with a voter turnout of 80 percent and a razor-thin victory for Mahathir's opposition alliance.
2018/04/27 | Nick Aspinwall
Taiwan Labor Ministry's Brokerage Evaluation Sparks Concern
The labor agency's yearly assessment of migrant worker broker firms is underway, but a recent protest has renewed sentiments that the brokerage system is unethical by design.
2018/04/27 | TIME
North and South Korea Meet for Denuclearization Talks
The meeting was a milestone, but the Koreas are still a long way from lasting peace.
2018/04/26 | David Green
Video of Human Rights Lawyer Yu Wensheng Highlights China's Abuse of Detainees
Video evidence recorded by Chinese human rights lawyer Yu Wensheng prior to his detention contradicts Chinese authorities' claims that he has voluntarily dismissed legal representation.
2018/04/14 | Mongabay
INDONESIA: Coal Company Caught Dumping Tons of Mining Waste, Fined US$145,000
Residents of villages along the Santan River in East Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo, have long complained they are suffering from pollution due to coal mining and burning in the area.