Lithuania and Estonia Have Caught up With Taiwan. Will Taiwan Raise Its Minimum Wage Faster?

Roy Ngerng

Taiwan’s stagnant wages have led to economic growth stagnation, putting it at risk of having the lowest minimum wage among advanced countries.


Taiwan Provides US$5 Million to Aid Ukraine’s Reconstruction

TNL Staff

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs said the first part of the project will help over 1,000 Ukrainian students return to school in Kyiv before September.


Von Der Leyen To Lay Out EU’s Position on China

Deutsche Welle

Ahead of her first official visit to Beijing, the European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen addresses Europe’s fraught relationship with China.


Russia and China’s Growing ‘Friendship’ Is More a Public Relations Exercise Than a New World Order

The Conversation

Beijing treads a fine line between targeting individual European states and portraying itself as Europe’s peaceful partner.


Taiwan’s Plan to Cement Its Newfound Alliance With Lithuania

Jeremy Van der Haegen

Taiwan’s investment plan for Lithuania needs to be economically sound, and cannot rely simply on geopolitical conflict.

捷克團離台 維特齊與游錫堃碰肘致意

“I Am a Taiwanese”: Eastern Europeans See a Cold War in East Asia

The Interpreter

Memories of life under authoritarianism forge ties between Taiwan and a growing number of Eastern European states.


Lithuania’s Vaccine Donation Sparks a Shopping Spree in Taiwan

Bryan Chou

Taiwanese people thanked Lithuania for the donation of Covid-19 vaccine by buying Lithuanian chocolate and beer. Some proposed visiting the Baltic country after the pandemic.

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