Taiwan

World News
“Hong Kong people have showed us that ‘one country, two systems’ is definitely not feasible,” President Tsai Ing-wen said of Beijing's suggestion.
Culture & Arts
California wildfires, Taiwan's annual gay pride parade and an angry elephant round out the week's best images.
World News
An air force helicopter, fishing vessels and more than 60 military personnel, including divers were searching for possible victims.
World News
Lee Meng-chu went missing after sharing photos documenting the Chinese military buildup on the Hong Kong border.
Asian Voices
The restaurateur was fed up with how Taiwanese gua bao was being referred to as "New American" cuisine.
Entertainment
The NBA free agent was speaking about his emotional breakdown last month in Taiwan.
Entertainment
The NBA champion, now a free agent, teared up while speaking in front of a crowd in Taiwan.
Entertainment
The free agent said his "greatest dream" is to ball alongside his brother Joseph.
Impact
As the world drowns in trash, Taiwan’s recycling success is a model of change and a beacon of hope.
Culture & Arts
Tears of joy as gay marriage is made legal in Taiwan, Ramadan sights and an adorable baby giraffe round out this week's top images.
World News
“Today, we have a chance to make history," Taiwan's president said in a message before the vote.
Videos
Sweat bees feed off of sweat and tears and doctors say this woman had four living in her left eye.
Weird News
The Taiwan patient's vision was likely saved because her contact lenses kept her from rubbing her eyes.
Queer Voices
Saturday's vote shattered Taiwan's reputation as a beacon of liberalism in Asia.
Queer Voices
The vote presents a major defeat for LGBTQ activists who had campaigned for marriage equality.
Queer Voices
An estimated 130,000 people took part in Saturday's parade, pledging support for same-sex marriage ahead of a Nov. 24 referendum.
Crime
Wilson, 30, fled to Taiwan to avoid being charged with sexual assault. The Taiwanese authorities sent him back to America.
Politics
He'll likely be deported to the U.S., where he'll face a charge of sexually assaulting a minor.
Politics
But that doesn't mean the United States would get the same results.