Saturday, October 10, 2009

Ten for 10/10!

Taiwan aborigines pass on spiritual tradition
An aboriginal tribe in Taiwan starts classes to pass on its fading spiritual traditions to a younger generation, as the BBC's Cindy Sui reports. 6 Oct 2009

Summer Deaf Olympics Kick Off in Taiwan
Games offer Taiwan an opportunity to show a positive image to world after an August dominated by negative headlines related to government's response to Typhoon Morakot 06 September 2009

Deaflympics an Opportunity for Athletes to Break Sound Barrier
Games are an opportunity for deaf to showcase their abilities 10 September 2009

Taiwan Deaflympics Finish With A Feast
Record 4,000 athletes from 81 countries participated in games, which featured 20 sports, including tennis, wrestling and judo 15 September 2009

Dalai Lama Visits Taiwan Typhoon Victims
Tibetan religious leader also says Taiwan should build closer relations with China, while enjoying its democracy and prosperity 31 August 2009

Chinese Spouses in Taiwan Seek Equal Rights
Women organize protest to demand equality, end to discrimination 28 May 2009

Beating the recession in Taiwan
Weird but lucrative - the unemployed of Taiwan find innovative ways to make a living in the recession, as the BBC's Cindy Sui reports from Taipei. 19 May 2009

Taiwan Urges China to Scrap Anti-Secession Law
Mainland Affairs Council also calls on Beijing to dismantle missiles aimed at island in order to further promote cross-strait relations 14 March 2009

Chinese Pandas Arrive in Taiwan
Endangered animals are goodwill gesture from Beijing, symbol of improving relations 23 December 2008

China, Taiwan Start Direct Air, Sea, Postal Links
The move Monday marks a historical milestone in cross-strait relations, after the two sides split following a civil war nearly six decades ago 15 December 2008