2019/6/20  
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DPP officially nominates Tsai Ing-wen for 2020
The DPP's Central Executive Committee met today to approve the nomination of Tsai Ing-wen for the 2020 presidential election. Tsai won last week in primary polling against former premier Lai Ching-te. Today she thanked Lai for mounting a challenge that ultimately rallied the party.

Tsai said the DPP's goal was to win the presidency and secure the majority in the Legislative Yuan. DPP Chairman Cho Jung-tai urged Lai to throw his support behind the party's 2020 ...(more)
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Lawmakers raise penalties for espionage, endangering national security
Lawmakers have passed a bill that enforces at least seven years in prison for Taiwanese convicted of endangering national security. Citizens who endanger national security by assisting Chinese entities will face at least seven years in prison and fines of up to $100 million NT. Illegal assistance includes launching, funding, hosting, manipulating, directing, or developing an organization on the ...(more)
Cabinet approves Kaohsiung’s request for dengue fever funds
Vice Premier Chen Chi-mai headed south today to convene a meeting on Kaohsiung’s dengue fever outbreak. The mosquito-borne disease is spreading fast in the city, with 21 cases reported to date.

Although Kaohsiung Mayor Han Kuo-yu was absent from the meeting, he later joined Chen on an inspection tour in Sanmin District, which has been hit hard by the disease. Chen said the central ..(more)
A different kind of demonstration: Hong Kong’s ‘leaderless’ movement
The massive demonstrations that gripped Hong Kong this month succeeded in blocking a bill that allows extradition to China. The rallies were unique because for the first time in Hong Kong, no single person, group, or party emerged as their leader. Demonstrators say the protest came together almost on its own, relying on social networks and logistical knowhow built through years of practice. It’s ..(more)
Dialysis patient hospitalized after bingeing on watermelon
Watermelon is one of summer’s most refreshing treats, but for patients with kidney problems, eating too much can be dangerous. Recently a dialysis patient landed in the emergency room after indulging in the fruit, due to its high water content. Doctors say patients on dialysis often don’t produce urine, so they can’t remove water from their body. Excess water from watermelon can collect in the ..(more)
Manhole covers to get makeover to make them less slippery
Scooter riders know that manhole covers get slippery and dangerous when it rains.
Taiwan’s highway authority is launching a campaign to make these metal hazards more skid resistant.

This scooter rider zips over a manhole cover and takes a tumble, crashing into a mother pushing a stroller on the side of the street. Slippery manhole covers can be a serious hazard when it rains. And giant ..(more)
East District lanes get unofficial street names for easier navigation
In Taipei’s East District, business owners have assigned short names to their streets, to make it easier for shoppers to find them. A local business council has put up signs that carry unofficial names like H1 and H2. The new street names are short and sweet, and they indicate their location on a street grid.

Lanes in East District have gotten unofficial street names that indicate their ..(more)

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