Chen, wife must be punished

The China Post President Chen Shui-bian has admitted to having used other people’s receipts, collected by his wife Wu Shu-jen, to claim refunds under...

What’s needed: Leadership

TAIPEI, Taiwan, China Post Editorial At the onset of the SARS epidemic, the complacent public health authorities, convinced that the outbreak, started by...

Chuang Kuo-jung should do some real soul searching

The China Post news staff Professor Chuang Kuo-jung of the National Chengchi University is about to lose his job. Public attention is focused on...

Pastor Kao confusing issues of justice with Chen’s leadership

By Dr. William Fang Special to The China Post In response to the report that Shih Ming-the, a former chairman of the ruling Democratic...

Trump and Abe agree to disagree on trade

TOKYO (The Straits Times/ANN) – The U.S. trade deficit with Japan has been a cause of division between the two leaders, even as they...

TIFA discussions need not sacrifice the public’s health

The China Post news staff It says something about how trade talks between Taiwan and the U.S. have been based on the wrong focus when...

Gays in Taiwan make progress toward equality

The China Post news staff This coming weekend, Taiwan will hold a government-funded gay carnival and then next Saturday, Oct. 13, Asia’s largest gay pride...

Beijing retreats on H.K.

TAIPEI, Taiwan, The China Post Editorial Following instructions from his Beijing masters, Hong Kong chief executive Tung Chee-Hwa last Friday announced the withdrawal of...

A blind hero or a criminal?

The China Post Time magazine calls Chen Guangcheng, a blind social activist in mainland China, a hero because “his legal vision has helped illuminate...

Gov’t needs to better promote our Olympic Games athletes

The China Post news staff Just as local media were focusing all their attention on covering the recent lucrative deal signed by Jeremy Lin with...