The number of mainland Chinese tourists going to Taiwan has fallen sharply since President Tsai Ing-wen took power in May 2016. Those coming in groups has tumbled by more than half.
Visitors to the tiny Pacific nation of Palau are being made to sign a promise to respect the environment, in an innovative move that authorities hope will curb ecological damage caused by booming numbers of tourists.
Taiwan’s legislature has passed a new law that will review the legacy left by the former administration of the Chinese Nationalist Party. The history of authoritarian rule is to be "stripped of legitimacy."
Taiwan's government and international rights groups have condemned China for jailing a Taiwanese activist. He and a Chinese man were sentenced to jail for subverting state power.
Airlines organized extra flights on Thursday to allow some of the thousands of passengers stranded by the eruption of Mount Agung to fly out of Bali.
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