Read more about the article SMASHED TO PIECES: Taiwan Museum Denies It Tried To Cover Up Breaking Of Ming And Qing Dynasty Objects
Picture shows one of the broken artefacts, undated. Three cultural relics in the National Palace Museum in Taipei, Taiwan, were damaged. (National Palace Museum/AsiaWire)

SMASHED TO PIECES: Taiwan Museum Denies It Tried To Cover Up Breaking Of Ming And Qing Dynasty Objects

This is the moment a butter-fingered museum worker drops and breaks a priceless China plate by opening a box the wrong way. The video was released as the director of Taipei’s National Palace Museum faces calls to step down after the institution delayed admitting to breaking three precious Ming and…

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Read more about the article Taiwan Boy Thrown To Mat 27 Times In Judo Class Dies After Two Months In A Coma
Taiwanese boy, 7, dies after being thrown 27 times in judo lesson in Taiwan. (AsiaWire)

Taiwan Boy Thrown To Mat 27 Times In Judo Class Dies After Two Months In A Coma

The Taiwanese boy who was thrown to the mat 27 times during a judo class in April has died after two months in a coma. https://twitter.com/i/status/1410582976992321541 The seven-year-old boy, surnamed Huang and known by his nickname Wei Wei, died in hospital on 29th June. The incident took place during a…

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Read more about the article Taiwan Presidents Coke Zero Boast As No New Cases
Pic Shows: Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen posts a picture of Coca-Cola Zero Sugar as the island reports no new coronavirus cases for a second day in a row on 16th April; Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has shared a picture of a Coke Zero can as the island reported no new coronavirus cases for the third time this week.

Taiwan Presidents Coke Zero Boast As No New Cases

Taiwan President Tsai Ing-wen has shared a picture of a Coke Zero can as the island reported no new coronavirus cases for the third time this week. The self-ruled island nation just 110 miles from mainland China has recorded 395 cases and just six deaths since the start of the…

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Read more about the article Taiwan Only Govt To Send COVID-19 Aid To Tiny Island
Pic Shows: Taiwan answer's Palau's call for aid, sending medical supplies to the Pacific nation; Taiwan was the “only” government to respond to a tiny Pacific nation’s global plea for crucial medical supplies such as surgical masks and testing kits, Palau’s ambassador to the United Nations said yesterday (2nd April).

Taiwan Only Govt To Send COVID-19 Aid To Tiny Island

Taiwan was the “only” government to respond to a tiny Pacific nation’s global plea for crucial medical supplies such as surgical masks and testing kits, Palau’s ambassador to the United Nations has said. Ngedikes Olai Uludong’s tweets were accompanied by images showing boxes of medical supplies being unloaded at the…

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Read more about the article Taiwan Man Fined 28,000 GBP For Clubbing In Quarantine
Pic Shows: Taipei police bust a clubber who is supposed to be self-quarantining; A Taiwanese man has been handed a fine of more than 28,000 GBP after police found him dancing inside a nightclub while he was meant to be self-quarantine at home.

Taiwan Man Fined 28,000 GBP For Clubbing In Quarantine

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8t1VNvLk7Qc&feature=youtu.be AsiaWire / TCPD A Taiwanese man has been handed a fine of over 28,000 GBP after police found him dancing in a nightclub while he was meant to be self-quarantining at home. Officers in the island’s capital of Taipei were conducting a routine inspection of crowded establishments including clubs…

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