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CTSU admits suggesting venue change

Chinese Taipei Skating Union vice president Hung Ming-tang, left, and secretary-general Eddy Wu attend a news conference in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: Chien Jung-fong, Taipei Times

The Chinese Taipei Skating Union (CTSU) yesterday said that it was under “invisible international pressure” when it suggested to the International Skating Union (ISU) in May that the latter could change the venue of the Asian Open Figure Skating Classic, but added that it did not tell the ISU that it would forfeit the right to host the competition.


US-China ties and Taiwan safety

During the 2016 US presidential campaign, then-Republican candidate Donald Trump repeatedly expressed his dissatisfaction with the way that the US government dealt with China, especially in trade, and vowed to change this disadvantageous situation if he won.

Many foreign policy experts warned that the tycoon’s remarks revealed how shallow his global views were and his unfamiliarity with the complex and highly interdependent relations between the world’s No. 1 and No. 2 economies.


Minister promises no cover-up in smuggling probe

Minister of Transportation and Communications Lin Chia-lung talks to reporters in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: CNA

Minister of Transportation and Communications Lin Chia-lung (林佳龍) yesterday said that he would not cover up any illegal behavior by the management of China Airlines Ltd (CAL, 中華航空) and would hold top officials accountable following the detention of two National Security Bureau employees.


China, Hong Kongers clash over protest

A policeman fires tear gas at protesters to disperse them after a march against a controversial extradition bill in Hong Kong on Sunday.
Photo: AFP

China yesterday slammed anti-government protesters vandalizing the walls of its representative’s office in Hong Kong and defacing the national emblem, branding their actions “absolutely intolerable.”


Tens of thousands march through HK, defying order

Protesters march in Hong Kong yesterday.
Photo: AP

Tens of thousands of Hong Kongers yesterday marched through the center of Hong Kong Island to the vicinity of government headquarters, ignoring a police-approved end point and defying a ruling that shortened the planned route.


Formosa Alliance enters political arena

The Reverend Lo Jen-kuei, who was elected as the first chairperson of the Formosa Alliance party, speaks at a news conference in Taipei yesterday.
Photo: CNA

The pro-Taiwanese independence Formosa Alliance (喜樂島聯盟) yesterday started a new life as a political party and announced that it would take part in next year’s presidential and legislative elections.

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