Erin Hale

Erin Hale

Taiwan

Taiwan: The liberal democracy where adultery remains a crime

The island's highest court is to review the law this week raising hopes of abolition.

Taiwan: The liberal democracy where adultery remains a crime

Coronavirus pandemic

How to control the spread of the coronavirus: Lessons from Taiwan

Experts say 'hard and bitter' lessons in dealing with SARS helped Taiwan quickly respond when new virus emerged.

How to control the spread of the coronavirus: Lessons from Taiwan

Coronavirus pandemic

Politics of coronavirus: Taiwan, China and WHO

Deadly outbreak lays bare challenges of political situation faced by democratic island that China claims as its own.

Politics of coronavirus: Taiwan, China and WHO

Taiwan

Tsai Ing-wen wins landslide in Taiwan presidential election

Final results show Tsai returned for second term with 57.1 percent of the votes ahead of Han who got 38.6 percent.

Tsai Ing-wen wins landslide in Taiwan presidential election

Asia Pacific

'Always campaign time': Why Taiwan's indigenous people back KMT

Deeply entrenched community service centres give opposition KMT edge in indigenous communities in Saturday elections.

'Always campaign time': Why Taiwan's indigenous people back KMT

Asia Pacific

Kids on pause: Why young people in Taiwan prefer pets

Demands of traditional culture mean young people in Taiwan find it easier to keep pets than marry and have children.

Kids on pause: Why young people in Taiwan prefer pets

Hong Kong protests

'Blunt, unplanned': Police tactics under fire in HK protests

Amid increasingly violent unrest, experts say trust in force is being undermined and will be hard to rebuild.

'Blunt, unplanned': Police tactics under fire in HK protests

Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong protests to continue despite divisive bill's demise

Demonstrators vow more protests despite leader walking back an extradition bill that sparked massive rallies in June.

Hong Kong protests to continue despite divisive bill's demise

Arts & Culture

The Hong Kong celebrities risking careers to join protests

Denise Ho, a Cantopop star, says most people benefit from the China market 'so they will just say silent'.

The Hong Kong celebrities risking careers to join protests

Hong Kong protests

Hong Kong's lame duck? Leader Lam faces fight for political life

As calls for her resignation become louder, analysts say Carrie Lam pays the price for political miscalculations.

Hong Kong's lame duck? Leader Lam faces fight for political life