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2013-02-07 23:03:21

Launching its 2013 Road Show Training Programme with a successful half–day training session in Singapore on February 1st, attended by over 50 of Singapore’s addiction community, The Cabin

2006-02-14 23:08:55

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Sun Yun-suan, a former Taiwan premier credited with the island's economic expansion in the 1980s, died of heart failure on Wednesday at the age of 92.

2006-02-12 22:11:45

TAIPEI (Reuters) - A hot-air "sky lantern" used to pray for good luck for the new Lunar New Year is the main suspect in the worst fire in 27 years to hit Taiwan's main international airport.

2005-10-25 08:05:43

By Benjamin Kang Lim and Guo Shipeng BEIJING (Reuters) - Beijing, asserting its claim to self-ruled Taiwan, called for a national "revival" on Tuesday as it marked the 60th anniversary of the island reverting to Chinese rule, the first major commemoration of the event in five decades.

2005-10-13 00:32:01

By Benjamin Kang Lim BEIJING (Reuters) - China, asserting its claim to Taiwan, will for the first time mark the anniversary of the island's return to Chinese rule this month with leaders attending a ceremony at the Great Hall of the People, an official said on Thursday.

2005-09-13 21:16:26

UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) - Taiwan failed on Wednesday for the 13th straight year to get a seat at the United Nations, a move that has been blocked annually since 1993 by archrival China and its allies. A committee of the U.N. General Assembly rejected two proposals that the question of U.N.


Word of the Day
swell-mobsman
  • A member of the swell-mob; a genteelly clad pickpocket. Sometimes mobsman.
Use of the word 'swell-mobsman' dates at least to the early 1800s.