Rappler's latest stories on Philippines-Taiwan relations
News reports from Taiwan quote its foreign ministry as saying that foreign workers enjoy freedom of speech and 'citizen treatment'
Some 5,000 masks go to the Department of Health while another 10,000 go to the Philippine General Hospital
(UPDATED) The travel ban, imposed due to the novel coronavirus, is lifted 'effective immediately'
In the meantime, the government will provide financial aid to overseas Filipino workers stranded in the Philippines due to the ban
Malacañang says Taiwan's concerns will be relayed to President Rodrigo Duterte, though it maintains the ban is in place to quell the spread of the 2019 novel coronavirus
'We urge the Philippine government to immediately correct its decision on Taiwan,' says the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office
Taiwan, in its bid to reduce dependence on China, is looking to improve trade relations with a number of countries, including the Philippines
The High Court also orders the Manila judge to whom the case would be raffled to hear try and decide on the case with dispatch
MECO chief conveys the Philippine people s deep regret and apology to the family of Mr Hung Shih cheng over this unfortunate loss of life of their beloved one
The foreign ministry in Taipei acknowledges as constructive response Manila s move to recommend homicide charges vs coastguard personnel who killed a Taiwanese fisherman
The pact is aimed at cracking down on criminals who exploit the lack of diplomatic relations between both sides