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Could offshore wind turbines actually help coral reefs survive?
Threatened by warming sea temperatures, a project to grow coral reefs on the base of wind turbines is making significant progress.
Star Wars fans in Taiwan mark 'May the 4th' in costumes
Taiwanese Star Wars fans dressed in their favourite characters walk the streets of downtown Taipei to celebrate 'May the 4th'
Taiwanese musicians show solidarity with Ukraine in protest concert
Similar musical performances have been taking place all across the globe.
Taiwan musicians protest Ukraine invasion
Taiwanese musicians and singers perform in front of the Russian representative office building in downtown Taipei to protest against the Russian invasion and to show solidarity with the Ukrainian people.
For Taiwan, Russia's invasion of Ukraine feels far away
As Russia presses ahead with its attack on Ukraine, many analysts and internet users have drawn comparisons to Taiwan, another place that could face an invasion by its larger neighbour -- China.
Lantern festival lights up the night sky in New Taipei City
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.
Crowds at the 10th Taiwan Comics and Animation Festival
Taiwanese comics fans flocked to the opening of the Taipei Comics and Animation Festival.
How used COVID face masks could be helping to keep you connected
The COVID pandemic is believed to be generating 7,200 tonnes of medical waste every day but this company is finding new ways to reuse it.
Tiger sculptures and totem poles decorate the streets of Taiwan
Tiger sculptures and totems decorate the streets of Taipei, the capital of Taiwan, ahead of the Year of the Tiger on 1 February.
Taiwan's 'game changer' battery charging stations see e-bike use soar
Battery swapping stations for e-motorbikes are now a common sight in Taipei and outnumber petrol stations in four Taiwanese cities.
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.
Which country is struggling to contain a toad invasion?
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.
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.
In pictures: Taiwanese tea farmers battling climate-fuelled drought
On the heels of a once-in-a-century drought, tea plantations in the mountains of Taiwan are finding creative ways to keep their crops alive.
Fire kills 14 people, injures 51 in southern Taiwan
A fire engulfed a 13-storey building overnight on Thursday in southern Taiwan, killing 14 people and injuring 51
Dozens killed as fire rips through building in Taiwan
The blaze started about 3 am local time and continued for hours overnight before rescue workers brought it under control.
Taiwan 'won't take path laid out by China', President says
Surveys show the Taiwanese overwhelmingly favour their current de-facto independent state and strongly reject unification with China.
Taiwanese lawmakers brawl during a political speech
La législature de Taiwan s'est terminée par une bagarre lorsque les législateurs de l'opposition ont interrompu un important discours politique.
Taiwan: environmental group designs marine 'vacuum cleaner'
A Taiwanese environmental group has designed a marine vacuum cleaner to help in the island's fight against floating garbage
Taiwanese consumers can't get enough Lithuanian chocolate. Here's why
Donated COVID vaccines and diplomatic strife with China have made Lithuania a hot new destination for Taiwanese shoppers.
Bridge in southern Taiwan destroyed by strong floods
A bridge in southern Taiwan was destroyed by strong floods brought on by former typhoon Lupit that has turned into a tropical depression.
Taiwan extends lockdown, as soldiers disinfect metro and businesses shutter
Taiwan announces it will extend its nation-wide coronavirus alert level to mid-June in an effort to contain a domestic Covid-19 outbreak. All schools and non-essential public places, including entertainment venue will be closed, as streets are noticeably empty
Taiwan prosecutors launch probe into train crash that killed 50
Taiwanese authorities are seeking an arrest warrant for the driver of a lorry that rolled onto a railway, causing one of the country's worst rail accidents in decades.
At least 36 feared dead after packed train derails in Taiwan - police
As many as 72 people are still trapped in the train's carriages and 61 have been taken to the hospital.
High-tech mirror helps gym fans perfect their workout moves
Need help nailing those tricky workout moves? The answer could be in your reflection. Taiwanese firm Johnson Health Tech's new "@mirror" uses a 3D camera to monitor user's workouts and give tailored feedback.