Taiwanese authorities say Zhang Xiangzhong met immigration officials reviewing his case and decided it would be the "best solution" to return to China on Wednesday.
Euronews spoke at Berlin’s ITB to Eric Lin, Director of the International Affairs Division at Taiwan Tourism Bureau about how the island more and
Taiwan’s president passed through San Francisco on Saturday – her second US visit this month, not unnoticed by a crowd of well-wishers.
A school in Taiwan has created international outrage by holding a Nazi-themed Christmas parade.
Taiwan's parliament has relaxed rules against same-sex marriage, with opponents and supporters demonstrating outside parliament.
Beijing has reacted defiantly to claims that it appears to have installed weapons, including anti-aircraft and anti-missile systems, on all seven of the artificial islands it has built in the South Ch
China expressed “serious concern” on Monday after US President-elect Donald Trump said the United States did not necessarily have to stick to its long-held stance that Taiwan is part of “one China”, c
The foreign ministry in Beijing says the Taiwanese president has 'ulterior motives' and the US should stick to a 'One-China' policy.
Mini robots called Pepper have been rolled out at a bank in Taiwan to entertain customers as they wait, and try to sell them financial products.
Described as the strongest storm in the world so far this year, Super Typhoon Meranti has hit Taiwan, bringing strong winds, torrential rain and flooding.
Taiwan’s defence ministry has admitted the misfiring of a missile last month was caused by a failure in security protocol.
A tour bus carrying people from China has crashed on a highway in Taiwan, killing all 26 people on board according to local media reports.
There is already an established network of blood banks for humans but what about one for our favourite pets.
Japanese electronics maker Sharp has reported a huge net loss for the second year running, underscoring how difficult it will be for new owner Foxconn to turn the firm around.
Archaeologists have discovered the fossilised remains of a mother cradling a baby in Taiwan.
Hundreds of enthusiastic competitors take to the streets of Tainan, Taiwan, on Sunday (April 24) to compete in the country’s first ever office chair
Primary school students in a remote Taiwanese village have collected around 100,000 bottle caps to create colourful frescoes and raise environmental