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Taiwan-Japan ties still blooming

On Oct. 22, more than 2,000 guests from 180 nations, including Representative to Japan Frank Hsieh (謝長廷), senior officials and nobility, gathered in Tokyo to join the Japanese in celebrating the accession of Emperor Naruhito to the Chrysanthemum Throne and the beginning of the Reiwa — “beautiful harmony” — era.

In a tweet written in Japanese, President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) expressed “a heartfelt hope that the close bond between Taiwan and Japan will continue to grow and remain as strong and beautiful as the rainbow over Tokyo today.”


Immigrants welcome in Taiwan: minister

Minister of the Interior Hsu Kuo-yung, second row, center, attends the "New Immigrant Forum" at the National Immigration Agency in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: CNA

The government will continue to empower immigrants and their children through financial assistance and relaxation of immigration policies, Minister of the Interior Hsu Kuo-yung (徐國勇) said yesterday.


More than 27% support independence: MAC poll

The title and logo of the Mainland Affairs Council are pictured on a podium at the council’s Taipei offices in an undated photograph.
Photo: Chung Li-hua, Taipei Times

More than 27 percent of Taiwanese support independence, according to a survey released by the Mainland Affairs Council (MAC).


Alleged HK killer now a CCP tool

Hong Konger Chan Tong-kai (陳同佳), who is suspected of murdering his girlfriend, Poon Hiu-wing (潘曉穎), in Taiwan last year, was released from a Hong Kong prison on Wednesday after serving a short jail sentence on a money laundering charge related to his theft of Poon’s possessions.

The Hong Kong government wanted to force Chan to turn himself in to Taiwanese authorities, but Taipei’s response and its requests to the Hong Kong government were manipulated by the Chinese Nationalist Party (KMT) and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), whipping up public opinion by accusing Taiwan’s government of allowing the murderer to remain at large.


Pro-independence rally seeks ROC’s end

A man at a news conference held by the Sovereign State for Formosa and the Pescadores Party outside Zhongshan Hall in Taipei yesterday holds a placard that reads: “Oct. 25 is a day of suffering for Taiwan and Penghu.”
Photo: Tu Chien-jung, Taipei Times

Pro-independence groups and political parties in Taipei yesterday conducted a “pledge of allegiance” to form a new nation amid scuffles with police as the protesters denounced the so-called “Taiwan Retrocession Day” at the site where Japan in 1945 formally surrendered Taiwan to Allied Forces at end of World War II.


Hong Kong protesters rally in support of Catalonia independence movement

Pro-democracy demonstrators gather at Chater Garden in Hong Kong yesterday to show their solidarity with the Catalonian independence movement.
Photo: EPA-EFE

Hong Kong protesters yesterday rallied in support of demonstrators pushing for a separate Catalonia in northeastern Spain as a Chinese official denounced months of “mad violence” in Hong Kong and forces pushing for independence.

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Leading Chinese dissident Liu Xiaobo (劉曉波) has been formally indicted for subversion, his family and a rights group said yesterday, one year after he was detained in the wake of signing a pro-­democracy charter.

“His lawyer told me Friday that Liu Xiaobo has been formally charged with inciting subversion of state power,” his wife Liu Xia (劉霞) said.