2017/5/26  
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Debate begins in Legislature on response to constitutional ruling on same-sex marriage
A day after Taiwan's Constitutional Court ruled that laws banning same-sex marriage are unconstitutional, the debate returned to the Legislature.

The ruling gives lawmakers two years in which to extend that right to same-sex couples, and while some felt that revising existing law could be done quickly, others wanted to draft completely new legislation to deal with the issue.

The Constitutional Court’s ruling favoring same-sex marriage was bound to be controversial. A KMT ...(more)
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Representing Taiwan at the WHA
The officials and activists who traveled to Geneva to demand Taiwan's inclusion in the World Health Assembly are winding down their trip, according to Health and Welfare Minister Chen Shih-chung, who said the country's advocacy efforts had been satisfactory.

Though Taiwan was prevented from attending the conference this year, its officials held 51 bilateral meetings on the sidelines of ...(more)
President Tsai reviews Han Kuang drills in Penghu, calls herself military’s biggest supporter
The nation's Han Kuang war preparedness exercises today arrived in Penghu, with rocket launchers and attack helicopters used in rehearsals for a potential amphibious attack. President Tsai Ing-wen, who personally oversaw today's drills, said she was satisfied, and even went so far as to call herself the military's biggest fan.

This Chinook troop transport helicopter landed before ..(more)
Coca-Cola closes production plant in Kaohsiung; to move capacity to Kaohsiung
Coca-Cola has announced plans to shut down its Kaohsiung plant and move capacity to its existing facility in Taoyuan, leaving a potential 120 workers without a job. The move comes after the drinks maker last year cut almost 20 percent of its global workforce in response to fizzling global beverage sales.

The global rise of health awareness has hurt makers of sugar-sweetened beverages like ..(more)
Changing Tack on Freeway Tolls
The Transportation Ministry has reversed course on its freeway toll proposal for the upcoming Dragon Boat Festival holiday. It has now decided to waive freeway tolls between midnight and 5 a.m. on all four nights of the long weekend, after the original plan was heavily criticized.

The ministry had wanted to limit toll-free hours to 3 to 5 a.m. on two of the holiday's four nights. But the ..(more)
Tom Cruise attends domestic debut of The Mummy before ending whirlwind two-day tour
In Taiwan to promote the reboot of The Mummy, Hollywood superstar Tom Cruise and two of the female leads from the blockbuster held a press conference today to share some of their stories from filming. Later in the evening, Cruise attended the domestic premier of the movie, before flying out of Taiwan, to end a whirlwind 48-hour stay.

All eyes immediately locked on Tom Cruise as soon as he ..(more)
Scenic trail along Hualien Coast behind schedule but may open in July
The renovation of a rugged Hualien hiking trail together with the construction of an extreme cliff-hanging landmark at scenic Fengbin is finally drawing to a close.

The county's Tourism Department is promising the trial will open in July, when visitors will have a chance to experience what is being described as "Taiwan's most thrilling skywalk."

The most hair-raising section ..(more)

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