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Minister of Health and Welfare Hsueh Jui-yuan expressed concerns about budgeting and the potential generational wealth gap brought by KMT presidential candidate Hou You-yi’s newly proposed healthcare policy.
Following controversy over national security concerns, Hou You-Yi clarified that he would restore the four-month military service given that there is “stability” and “peace” in the Taiwan Strait.
Since the day of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, crowds have gathered every day in front of the office of the de facto Russian embassy.
Mount Zion, a Protestant pilgrimage site and religious community of around 300 deep in the mountains of southern Taiwan, has an origin story deeply entangled with history and politics.
The Kuomintang has urged the government to actively pursue restoration of formal diplomatic ties with Washington, eliciting a bellicose response from Chinese state media.
Like the history of Taiwan, Lee Teng-hui's life went through several political and ideological twists and turns. But the only thing that remained consistent was his advocacy of Taiwanese sovereignty.
Taiwan's political parties have long called for the abolition of the Control Yuan and Examination Yuan. What purposes do these two government branches actually serve?