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At least seven killed, 67 missing after quake rocks Taiwan tourist area

Feb 07 2018

HUALIEN, Taiwan Rescuers combed through the rubble of collapsed buildings on Wednesday, in a search for 67 people missing after a strong earthquake which killed at least seven near Taiwan's popular tourist city of Hualien. | Video

Weather boss steps down as Macau struggles to recover from typhoon

Aug 24 2017

MACAU/HONG KONG The head of Macau's observatory stepped down on Thursday after chaos and confusion followed one of the strongest typhoons on record, in which at least nine people were killed and more than half the city was left without water and power.

Two decades after handover, scant love for China among Hong Kong youth

Jun 27 2017

HONG KONG Hong Kong student activist Chau Ho-oi, born in the year the Asian financial hub returned to Chinese rule 20 years ago, recalls the sense of pride she once felt toward mainland China. | Video

Taiwan activists hope same-sex marriage ruling will be trailblazer in Asia

May 23 2017

TAIPEI Taiwan same-sex couple Daphne Chiang and Kenny Jhuang are getting married at the end of the year - even if the government won't legalize their union.

Tiny Taiwanese outlying island says no to casinos in referendum vote

Oct 15 2016

PENGHU COUNTY, Taiwan Taiwanese residents in Penghu on Saturday shut the door to casino development in a referendum that proponents had said would bring jobs to the isolated, tiny, offshore archipelago.

Protesters disrupt Hong Kong election meeting over rule change

Aug 02 2016

HONG KONG Dozens of masked demonstrators tried to force their way into an electoral meeting in Hong Kong on Tuesday to protest against a new bar on anyone running for the legislature who refuses to declare the territory an "inalienable" part of China.

Protesters disrupt Hong Kong election meeting over rule change

Aug 02 2016

HONG KONG Dozens of masked demonstrators tried to force their way into an electoral meeting in Hong Kong on Tuesday to protest against a new bar on anyone running for the legislature who refuses to declare the territory an "inalienable" part of China.

Taiwan firm's concrete temples save worshippers time and money

Jul 28 2016

TAIPEI Some companies in Taiwan spend months building temples with bricks and cement, but Lin Fu-Chun's firm simply pours concrete into a giant mold and waits for it to dry. | Video

Keepers of the flame: Taiwan keeps the art of fire fishing alive

Jun 27 2016

TAIPEI Under the darkness of the night sky, a small group of Taiwan fishermen set sail off the northeast coast, light a fire on the end of a bamboo stick using chemicals and wait for the fish to come.

Miss World Canada prevented from reaching China pageant

Nov 27 2015

HONG KONG Canada's China-born Miss World contestant was stopped in Hong Kong on Thursday and denied permission to board a flight to the beauty pageant finals in China, a move she said was punishment for speaking out against human rights abuses in the country. | Video

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