Rappler's latest stories on Taipei
The unnamed cub weighs 186 grams after a five-hour labor by its mother Yuan Yuan
The recall vote is another blow for the opposition Kuomintang party, who favors warmer relations with mainland China
Hundreds of people, mostly students, were killed on June 4, 1989 in Tiananmen Square during the Chinese Communist Party's suppression of demonstrations calling for democratic reforms
In her speech during a deliberately stripped-down inauguration, Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen says, her country and China 'have a duty to find a way to coexist over the long term '
'I'd like to welcome you to be stationed in Taiwan – a country that is a beacon of freedom and democracy,' Taipei's foreign minister tells journalists expelled from China
'As the world grapples with the severity of the COVID19 pandemic, China's military maneuvers around Taiwan have continued unabated," tweets Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen
Correctional facilities across Taiwan are taking part in the new scheme to manufacture cloth face masks and face mask protectors to supply their staff and the public
Taiwan's foreign ministry says it is communicating with various governments to clarify that Taiwan 'is not part of the People's Republic of China'
Newly-elected president Tsai Ing-wen draws the ire of Beijing for refusing to acknowledge that Taiwan is part of 'one China'
The win propels Alab Pilipinas to a 5-2 standing for the season heading to a two-game road trip
The four-day Pokemon Go Safari Zone in New Taipei City is expected to attract up to half a million fans of the cute fighting creatures
The Solomon Islands are among only 17 countries that maintain official ties with Taiwan, but Prime Minister Manasseh Sogavare has vowed to review the relationship
(3rd UPDATE) The quake struck at 5:28 am local time at a depth of 10 kilometers in northeastern Yilan county. High-rises swayed in the capital Taipei, waking people up from their sleep.
It's mission accomplished for Mighty Sports as the Philippine club pulls off a perfect 8-0 championship romp
Mighty Sports-Philippines stays unbeaten in 7 games to virtually clinch the 41st Jones Cup crown
Bookmark this page for updates as Mighty Sports-Philippines tries to virtually clinch the crown against Chinese Taipei Blue on Saturday, July 20
The announcement is likely to anger Beijing, which views Taiwan as part of its territory and has previously expressed 'serious concerns' about the possible sale
Taiwan president Tsai Ing-wen plans to transit through the US when she visits 4 Caribbean diplomatic allies
In Taiwan, the term 'red media' describes both legitimate news outlets, and more opaque online sources that flood the democratic island with either pro-China coverage or outright disinformation
Han Kuo-yu, the mayor of Kaohsiung city, is among 5 candidates announced by the opposition Kuomintang party for its primary election
'The US recently often played the Taiwan card, in a vain attempt to use Taiwan to contain China. This is purely wishful thinking,' says a Chinese defense ministry spokesman
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen says the US and Taiwanese economies are 'complementary' and that a trade pact could provide a model for the Indo-Pacific region
Taiwan's navy shows off its new, long-range surveillance drone, the 'Rui Yuan' (Sharp Hawk), which officials say can fly for 12 hours and is now helping to monitor movements in the disputed strait between Taiwan and China
Jean Pierre Sabido, Glenn Lava and Ernesto Guzman Jr deliver for the country in Day 1 of the worlds
Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen vows the island would not 'concede one step' in defending itself
'As Taiwan is on the frontline of the Western Pacific, we are naturally subject to tremendous pressure,' says President Tsai Ing-wen in speech marking Taiwan's National Day
'This is a decision that affects not just El Salvador, but also the economic health and security of the entire Americas region,' the White House says
'We solemnly condemn the irresponsible news reports,' says Taiwan
Even United States carriers are expected to change their listings of Taiwan, despite a White House statement in May that called China's demands 'Orwellian nonsense'
(UPDATED) The Blue Eagles stay in the running for a podium finish with a 5-2 record
In a move likely to rile Beijing, Taiwan commissioned 29 US-made Apache AH-64E, also known as the 'tank killer'
The Blue Eagles blast the host team by 23 points in the international club tournament
The Taipei route from Clark is scheduled Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays
The trial period of the visa-free privilege 'will continue until July 31, 2019, and will be reviewed for further extension,' says the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office
'The Kraken' leads the Philippines with 22 points in a 22-point demolition of Chinese Taipei
(UPDATED) The Filipinos improve to a 4-1 record in Group B and hand the Taiwanese their 4th loss in 5 games
The Filipinos, although already assured of a spot in the second round of the Asian Qualifiers, are seeking to upset the Taiwanese in front of their home crowd
Gilas Pilipinas will face the Taiwanese squad on Friday, June 29, at 7 p.m.
Terrence Romeo's comeback provides a major offensive boost for the national side that's missing guards Kiefer Ravena and Kevin Alas
Taiwan's President Tsai Ing-wen urges other nations to unite in defending against China's expansionist aims and to protect shared liberal values
The Nationals seek to reassert their mastery over the Taiwanese squad, which they defeated in the first window
Donald Trump's administration is moving to strengthen ties with Taiwan in the face of China's diplomatic moves and military threats
Live-fire drills begins with troops simulating surprise air and coastal assaults to reflect increased military threats from China, which sees Taiwan as a renegade province to be brought back into the fold – by force if necessary
The island's Vice President Chen Chien-jen and fans dressed as a motley crew of intergalactic characters chant "May the force be with you" in homage to the George Lucas space drama as part of events held around the world on May the fourth
Taiwan's 5-day drill, codenamed 'Han Kuang,' which means 'Han Glory,' will start from June 4
The Taipei Economic and Cultural Office says 'so-called Taiwanese documents' submitted by the captain of the 'Jin Ming' ship were forged
The national team is beaten by Chinese Taipei and Timor Leste – a deep breath is needed
Gilas head coach Chot Reyes says he talked to June Mar Fajardo about not starting the game and the 6-foot-10 behemoth told him he was perfectly fine to be part of the second unit
(3rd UPDATE) Gilas makes it 2-0 to land in a tie with fellow unbeaten squad Australia in Group B of the Fiba World Cup Asia Qualifier