WHO ethical principles (slightly revised Taiwan edition)

This is a slightly edited version of the WHO ethical principles as applies to Taiwan. Original is here. As a specialized agency of the UN system, WHO is firmly committed to the following ethical principles: Integrity: To behave in accordance with ethical principles, and act in good faith, intellectual honesty and fairness. Unless the people involved […]

FT: Taiwan: fears grow over China’s invasion threat

Concerns are building in both Taipei and in the US — the unofficial guarantor of the island’s security — that China could be moving closer to launching the attack which it has been threatening for 70 years. “Militarily, the other side has been doing [its] homework for a couple of decades. The threat is real,” […]

Taipei Times: Taiwan Asia’s best in equality: report

The Executive Yuan yesterday published this year’s Gender at a Glance report, which used indicators in the UN’s Gender Inequality Index and found that, if it were included in the index, Taiwan would be the top Asian nation in terms of gender equality and rank ninth in the world. The results were derived after incorporating […]

Epoch Times: How Five Thousand Mainland Communist Spies Have Infiltrated Taiwan’s Military

In recent years, a number of Chinese espionage cases have been exposed, highlighting the fact that Taiwan’s political, economic, military, social and other institutions have been seriously infiltrated by Chinese Communist Party (CCP) spies. The Taiwan National Security Bureau has estimated that the CCP has about 5,000 spies in Taiwan. They have infiltrated the Taiwan […]

Current Affairs Taiwan (CAT) 台灣時事 06.30.2019 Pilot 06

In a jam-packed show, hosts Courtney Donovan Smith (石東文) and Michael Turton (麥哲恩) discuss Daniel Han Kuo-yu, Dan Han, Dan Han and more Dan Han–he’s got dubious online support…but this isn’t the first time this has come up, he’s being investigated for allegedly misusing funds when he was head of the TAPMC, the bizarre China […]