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2022/07/08 | Voice of America

Some Filipinos Think ‘Biased’ News Site Rappler Should Be Shut Down

At home, Rappler receives little support from Filipinos as journalists and fact-checkers become increasingly vulnerable to attacks from the government and political actors.

2022/04/25 | Deutsche Welle

Shanghai Covid Lockdown Threatens New Export Delays

Nearly a third of goods leaving the Port of Shanghai are held up due to a strict lockdown. The delays are set to exacerbate a supply chain crisis that has caused shortages and price rises across the world.

2017/01/25 | 廣編企劃

Carrefour Brings Back the Good Old Days

Changing an industry is a step-by-step process. First we identify our customers’ problems and then improve on them. We keep improving our service because we really care about our customers’ needs. What we want is to bring back that ‘good old day’ feeling when you shop with your family in our stores.

2022/07/08 | Deutsche Welle

Shinzo Abe: The Legacy of Japan’s Former Prime Minister

The former prime minister has died after being shot in the city of Nara. Shinzo Abe resigned from the top post in 2020, but his legacy has had a lasting impact on everyday Japanese life and politics.

2022/07/21 | Deutsche Welle

China, India Vie for Influence in Sri Lanka Amid Economic Turmoil

Sri Lanka — with its strategic location at the crossroads of busy shipping routes — has become an arena of geopolitical rivalry and maritime competition between India and China.

2016/05/20 | 廣編企劃

Think You Know Chiayi? Check Out These Fun Facts!

How much do you know about Chiayi? Let's get to know Chiayi with the city's historical and geographic background along with some fun facts!

2022/05/23 | Voice of America

Chinese-language Newspaper: Gunman Mailed Documents Before Attack

World Journal said it did not report on the contents of the mailed materials, instead turning them over to Orange County police for its investigation.

2022/01/18 | The Interpreter

Australia Has a Solution to Indonesia’s Soaring Food Prices

As Indonesia takes the G20 presidency solving the country’s food security crisis should be top of the agenda.

2016/05/06 | 廣編企劃

Tired of all the Secret Spots in Taiwan? Come Broaden Your Horizons!

Since the trial operation of the Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum began, the daily free admission of 1,000 visitors has increased to 1,750 visitors. The number was even bumped up to 5,000 visitors during spring break...

2022/09/14 | The Interpreter

Powerhouse: Clean Energy Transitions in the Indo-Pacific

Energy security is shifting to new interdependencies based on alternate fuels and rare earths.

2022/10/13 | Voice of America

Why Companies Decide To Leave or Stay in China

A recent survey of more than 500 Taiwanese companies shows a quarter have moved a part of their production or sourcing out of China.

2022/09/15 | Voice of America

‘Worse Than MAGA’ – South Korea Erupts Over Biden’s Trade Policy

The U.S. is offering tax credits of up to $7,500 to buyers of electric vehicles assembled in North America, making those manufactured overseas more expensive.

2022/05/10 | Voice of America

Malaysia Suggests ASEAN Engage Myanmar’s Shadow Government

To establish regular, open contact with ASEAN would be a big win for the National Unity Government, which is struggling to show control on the ground and has started to fade from the international spotlight.

2022/07/27 | Deutsche Welle

China and Indonesia Agree To Boost Relations During Beijing Meeting

The leaders of China and Indonesia have laid out plan of expanding cooperation in an array of areas. Indonesian President Joko Widodo is the first world leader to visit Beijing since February.

2022/05/18 | Voice of America

US Strongly Advocates for Taiwan to Regain WHO Status

The State Department’s renewed support for Taiwan comes days after U.S. President Joe Biden signed into law a bill that directs the secretary of State to develop a strategy to regain observer status for Taiwan in the WHO.

2022/09/06 | Voice of America

Xinjiang Red Dates, Linked to Forced Labor, Sold in US

Report says 20% of world’s red dates come from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region and are likely the products of forced labor.

2022/09/29 | Deutsche Welle

Taiwan Ex-military Chief Urges Combat Preparedness Amid Rising China Threats

Former top Taiwanese defense official Admiral Lee Hsi-ming says he is concerned that forces are not ready to fight off China, and that a new defense concept is needed.

2022/06/27 | Deutsche Welle

G7 Leaders Launch Infrastructure Fund to Counter Chinese Influence

G7 leaders pledged US$600 billion dollars to help low-income states build “climate resilient infrastructure,” which is seen as the West’s response to China’s massive Belt and Road Initiative.

2022/03/30 | Voice of America

US Congress Moves Closer to Passing Major China Legislation

The legislation provides funding for U.S.-Taiwan cultural exchanges, recognizes Taiwan as part of the Indo-Pacific strategy, and ends a prohibition of displaying the Taiwanese flag during official visits.

2022/09/13 | Deutsche Welle

South Korea K-pop Stars ‘Newjeans’ Court Controversy With Racy Lyrics

The new all-girl pop group is being criticized for sexually suggestive lyrics. The group’s management agency insists some of the lyrics are being deliberately misinterpreted.

2022/07/19 | Voice of America

Thailand Sets 2028 Target To Finish High-speed Rail Link With China

Thailand’s new goal to finish the railway line from Bangkok to the Lao border is feasible but may be more of a political statement, analysts say.