President Tsai Ing-wen


Taiwan To Build Oil Reserve in Eswatini, Its Last African Ally

TNL Staff

President Tsai Ing-wen of Taiwan signed three bilateral contracts with Eswatini, including an agreement to help the country build an oil reserve.

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Taiwan’s Businesses Can Afford to Contribute More to Social Security

Roy Ngerng

Taiwan’s employers not only pay low wages to workers but also contribute little to the country’s social security. It is one of the lowest among high-income countries as a proportion of the economy.


Taiwan Might Be a Country for Women in Politics. Can It Be So in Business?

Bryan Chou

Female executives governed less than 14% of Taiwan’s listed companies, a report shows.


Tsai’s Poll Numbers Are on the Decline. Why?

Bryan Chou

With the poll figure inching closer to 50%, Tsai’s honeymoon period has seen its end, a foundation says.


US, Taiwan To Hold Economic Dialogue This Month

TNL Staff

A bilateral dialogue between the U.S. and Taiwan on economic prosperity, led by Keith Krach, the top economic diplomat who visited Taiwan in September, will take place on November 20.

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TSMC Founder Appointed as Taiwan’s Envoy To APEC Again

TNL Staff

This is the third time Tsai named the founder and former CEO of TSMC to represent her in the summit. He was the envoy in 2018 and 2019, during her first term as the president.


Should Taiwan Abolish Its Control Yuan and Examination Yuan?

Syrena Lin

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?


President Tsai Ing-wen Inaugural Address Pays Homage to Covid-19 Heroes

TNL Staff

Tsai Ing-wen took the oath of office today for her second presidential term. In her inaugural address, she touched upon Taiwan's position in the world and its economic strategies in Covid-19's wake.


Tsai Ing-Wen's Second Term Cabinet Announced Ahead of Inauguration

TNL Staff

Tsai Ing-wen's second term Cabinet features many familiar faces, along with the appointment of the first indigenous Taiwanese to be the spokesperson for the Presidential Office, Kolas Yotaka.


Debate on Orchid Island’s Nuclear Waste Disposal Continues Despite Compensation

Syrena Lin

Although the Taiwanese government has offered to compensate the Taos for the nuclear waste disposal, the debate on whether to go nuclear-free will persist beyond 2020.

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