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The Lantern Festival ends the 15-day celebration of Chinese New Year, also known as the Spring Festival, and is celebrated on the night of the first full moon of the lunar New Year.
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Taiwanese comics fans flocked to the opening of the Taipei Comics and Animation Festival.
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Why is the EU taking China to the WTO over its Lithuania dispute?
Brussels says it went to the World Trade Organization after failing to settle the dispute with China.
EU launches WTO case against China over Lithuania trade practices
Brussels is bringing a case against China before the World Trade Organization over restrictions on goods coming from Lithuania, the European Commission said.
Tiger sculptures and totem poles decorate the streets of Taiwan
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Brussels backs Lithuania in row with China over Taiwan
Vilnius and Brussels have said Beijing has stopped clearing customs for products from Lithuania.
Taiwan gay couple confirm court adoption ruling with legal documents
A married gay couple in Taiwan arrives at a district office to apply for legal documents that officially show the men as parents of their child, after a local court allowed one partner to adopt his spouse's non-biological infant.
Taiwan pledges to invest €178m in Lithuania amid Chinese pressure
Lithuania angered Beijing by letting Taiwan's office in Vilnius bear the name Taiwan instead of Chinese Taipei.
Taiwan representative office was 'mistake', says Lithuanian president
The move prompted China to restrict diplomatic contacts with Lithuania and stop issuing visas.
Nicaragua cuts diplomatic ties with Taiwan to recognise 'one China'
Daniel Ortega, who was elected back to power in Nicaragua in 2007, had maintained ties with Taipei until now.
China 'blocking EU imports with Lithuanian components' over Taiwan row
Beijing has denied the claim.
Taiwan tank platoons conduct combat firing exercise
Taiwan's army battle tanks show off their fighting capability at a combat firing exercise in mid-western Taiwan. Two platoons of M-60 Patton and CM-11 Brave Tiger battle tanks open fire at invading forces in a mock attack.
Lithuania pulls last diplomat from China amid dispute over Taiwan
Beijing has slammed Lithuania for allowing Taiwan to open a de-facto representative office in Vilnius.
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These large and highly toxic amphibians have taken over the town of Chaotun.
Taiwan rushes to contain sudden cane toad invasion
Toads are a symbol of prosperity and good fortune in Taiwan, but the unexpected discovery of an invasive species has officials and environmentalists scrambling to contain their spread.
Solomon Islands leader survives no confidence vote after riots
Many businesses remained closed in Honiara ahead of the vote over concerns that violence could erupt again, leading to an eerie calm.
Crowds enjoy Taiwan's 'Christmasland' as the island keeps Covid under control
Crowds of people wearing facial masks packed New Taipei City Hall Square to watch the opening of "Christmasland", Taiwan's largest outdoor festive decoration.