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2017/12/28 | Yulin

'Facebook Live' Hosts Illegal Pet Market in Taiwan

One potential customer asked if they could raise an ostrich in their backyard.

2017/12/26 | Peter Wood

China Is About to Get Hit with a Winter Energy Crisis

The attempts to transition from coal to gas appears to have failed and are the root cause of the current gas shortfall.

2017/12/19 | Adam Hatch

Top 5 Christmas Events in Taipei

Taipei has plenty of Christmas activities for all the holiday lovers out there. If there is anything we left out, be sure to let us know in the comments! Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas, Taiwan.

2017/12/19 | Zhang Liping

Beijing Allows Autonomous Cars to Hit the Road

In recent years, China has made a clear top-down push to develop the autonomous vehicle industry.

2017/12/18 | Brian Hioe

OPINION: Huang Kuo-chang Survives Recall Vote and Faces Uncertain Future

New Power Party Chair Huang Kuo-chang's survival of a recall vote without support from the Democratic Progressive Party opens a new chapter in his party's future.

2017/12/18 | Courtney Donovan Smith (石東文)

Anti-Pollution Protesters Make Voices Heard in Taichung

Thousands took to the streets in front of a strong showing of Taiwanese politicians, but will it be enough to instigate meaningful policy change?

2017/12/15 | David Green

Taiwan Protesters Gear Up to Kibosh Coal

Mass protests are set to bring Taiwan's air pollution issues into sharper focus.

2017/12/06 | Jeffrey Warner

Asia Cement: Following Rules or Pit Mining Human Rights?

Asia Cement's permit to mine on indigenous land was renewed in double quick time, leading to mass protests and opening debate over how Taiwan's government allows big business to ride roughshod over civil rights.

2017/12/06 | Brian Hioe

Labor Law Demonstrations Culminate in Clashes with Police

Amendments to the Labor Standards Act have moved closer to passage despite protesters' efforts, with the next step happening on Dec. 23.

2017/12/06 | David Green

Taiwan Startup Health2Sync Secures US$6 Mln for Japan Growth

The company's digital diabetes management offering is attracting interest around Asia as government health services grapple with aging societies and mounting costs.