2018/6/20  
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US Senate passes defense policy bill with pro-Taiwan provisions
The US Senate has passed its version of the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act by a vote of 85 to 10. The bill recommends that the US take part in Taiwan's Han Kuang exercises and invite Taiwan to join US military drills. It also calls for high-level visits of Taiwanese and US generals, bolstering the initial recommendations made by the Taiwan Relations Act.

By a resounding vote of 85 to 10, the US Senate cleared the 2019 National Defense Authorization Act, which includes a ...(more)
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Taiwanese criticize two Japanese airlines for Taiwan name change
Two leading Japanese airlines have changed the name of Taiwan to "Taiwan, China" on their China and Hong Kong websites, apparently under pressure from Beijing. Foreign Ministry spokesman Andrew Lee has protested the name change and National Security Council's David Lee has suggested that Taiwan's citizens boycott the airlines.

Open up Japan Airlines’ China website and you’ll find that ...(more)
Dunmu Fleet returns to Taiwan after sailing through Panama Canal
The Navy's Dunmu Fleet returned safely to Zuoying Harbor this month after being at sea for over three months, on a mission of over 23,000 nautical miles. The Navy released rare footage of the mission that shows the fleet visiting six countries, and even includes a time lapse of its first ever passage through the Panama Canal.

This video shows drills on the Navy’s Pan Chao Frigate. Viewers ..(more)
Markets Down on Trade War Fears
Global financial markets have taken a hit after US President Donald Trump's latest threats of new tariffs ignited fresh fears of a trade war. The Taiex has not escaped the storm, closing down 183 points or 1.65%, on the first day of trading after the Dragon Boat Festival national holiday.

The Forex market has also suffered, with the New Taiwan Dollar seeing its eighth day of losses today. ..(more)
Minimum wage tipped to see increase to NT$150/hour, NT$23K/month
The Minimum Wage Review Committee will meet soon to determine if there's room to raise the national minimum wage. Sources say the government leans toward raising the hourly wage by 7.1 percent yet increasing the monthly wage by only 4.5 percent. The rumor has stirred concern among labor advocates, who fear the unequal raise would harm the interests of part-time workers.

It’s almost that ..(more)
Cancer Scientists Win Tang Prize
The winners were revealed today for the 3rd Tang Prize in biopharmaceutical science. The prize went to three American scientists for their work in targeted cancer therapies that have raised the patient survival rate to as high as 90%.

In 1979, oncology pioneer Tony Hunter opened up new possibilities in cancer treatment with his discovery that tyrosine kinase could be oncogenes, or genes ..(more)
WHO recognizes gaming addiction as a mental health condition
The World Health Organization has classified "gaming disorder" as a disease for the first time. Psychiatrists in Taiwan say that more and more people here are becoming dependent on electronic games. Gaming addiction is already recognized as a mental health condition by the Ministry of Health and Welfare.

The gaming industry is booming all across Asia. But it’s not just professionals who ..(more)

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Besides its Taiwan-friendly provisions, the Senate's bill includes sanctions against China.
 
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