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A fourth nuclear plant got the go-ahead, but activists say a disaster worse than Fukushima is on the horizon.
Despite Jeremy Lin's overt pleas with the press to lay off his family, the onslaught shows no sign of abating.
Cash-trapped US filmmakers are looking to partner with China, which has specific ideas about what movies should be made.
Taiwan hold tightly to their new star, the underdog who rose to global fame within a few short weeks.
But that doesn't mean it's a model for other countries stumbling toward democracy.
The economy and social issues are driving this election more than the headline grabbing topics of Taiwan-US and China relations.
Taiwan's burgeoning activist community has moved from the political fringes to center stage.
This weekend's parade was the largest Asia has ever seen, but gays in Taiwan still say they lack political support.
Marking a cross-strait thaw, Taiwan seeks to turn goodwill into tourist dollars.
A former high-ranking official has implicated himself in the establishment of a violent Islamic group.