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Warming ties between Taiwan, US

In a major attempt to boost US-Taiwan ties, a new American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) complex was inaugurated in Taipei on Tuesday last week.

“We should all be proud of this milestone, which is a symbol of the close cooperation and enduring friendship between the United States and Taiwan,” AIT Director Kin Moy said at the event.

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NDF used to help China infiltrate firms, NPP says


New Power Party Executive Chairman Huang Kuo-chang shows a chart during a news conference in Taipei yesterday during which the party alleged that the National Development Fund might have been used to help Chinese state-owned companies infiltrate Taiwanese businesses.
Photo: Liao Chen-huei, Taipei Times

The National Development Fund (NDF) might have been used to help Chinese state-owned companies infiltrate Taiwanese businesses, the New Power Party (NPP) said yesterday.

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Taiwan has to assert its sovereignty to the world

The Chinese dictatorship on the other side of the Taiwan Strait is fond of claiming that Taiwan is “part of China.”

Beijing has also been busy poaching Taiwan’s diplomatic allies and demanding that the world’s airlines change Taiwan’s name to Taiwan (China).

It is essential that the government issues the following robust response: “Taiwan is not part of China.”

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White Wolf incident needs firm response

National Taipei University of Education Experimental Elementary School caused an uproar after it invited China Unification Promotion Party founder Chang An-le (張安樂), known as the “White Wolf,” onto the stage at its graduation ceremony on Friday last week to bestow the Mayor’s Award.

The school that evening posted an apology on its Web site, and the city’s Department of Education said that it would more strictly monitor such events.

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League received millions for boat races: lawmaker

The National Women’s League received NT$3.58 million (US$119,325) in funding over the decade to 2016 for an annual dragon boat race held in Washington, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Legislator Lai Jui-lung (賴瑞隆) said.

The league each year applied to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Overseas Community Affairs Council for funding for the event, despite having tens of billions of New Taiwan dollars in assets, Lai said.

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Cyberattacks by China ever more sneaky: source

Cyberattacks from China on government computers are becoming more difficult to detect, as hackers increasingly use online platforms, such as search engines, to break into systems, a source close to government discussions said.

While the frequency of attacks by China’s cyberarmy has declined, the success rate of such incursions is rising, the source said.

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Chu Hung-yuan, a research fellow at Academia Sinica’s Institute of Modern History, is pictured on Sept. 5, 2009.
Photo: Lo Pei-der, Taipei Times

Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) lawmakers yesterday criticized a government-sponsored study of the 228 Massacre in 1947 that blamed the Presbyterian Church for the riot, whitewashing the responsibility of Chiang Kai-shek’s (蔣介石) regime.

The study conducted by Chu Hung-yuan (朱浤源), a research fellow at Academia Sinica’s Institute of Modern History, received a grant of NT$500,000 from the government-affiliated Taiwan Foundation for Democracy, part of the organization’s regular sponsorships of academic studies.