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Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
France on Tuesday urged its citizens to be cautious and avoid mass gatherings in countries that have announced boycotts of French products in a protest against perceived anti-Muslim bias from Paris. Muslims have reacted angrily to French President Emmanuel Macron’s defense of free speech following the beheading of a history teacher who had shown his students cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed. Tens of thousands marched on Tuesday in the Bangladeshi capital, Dhaka, while in Syria protesters have burned pictures of Macron and in Libya they torched French flags. "In several countries in recent days, there have been calls for a boycott of French.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Exiled former Bolivian president Evo Morales on Tuesday called for calm after several hundred right-wing protesters demanded that a "military junta" replace socialist Bolivian president-elect Luis Arce. On Monday, hundreds of demonstrators marched to military barracks in the eastern city of Santa Cruz — a right-wing stronghold — and called for "military help" to prevent the Movement for Socialism (MAS) party from regaining power following a year under conservative Jeanine Anez’s interim government. However, Morales wrote on Twitter that "the constitution is very clear on the role of the armed forces and the Bolivian police: We, as we always have done, will.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
In the modern republic of Singapore, several seemingly ordinary people working in offices or driving taxis can claim to be of royal blood, descendants of a 19th-. century monarch who ceded control of the Southeast Asian island to the British. However, few residents in one of the world’s most cosmopolitan cities are even aware of this lineage, a sore point with Tengku, or Prince, Shawal, acclaimed by some members of his family as "head of the house of Singapore.". "
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Orange-vested drivers of motorbike taxis have become allies to Thailand’s pro-democracy protesters, gathering across traffic-snarled Bangkok, offering lifts and keeping an eye out for trouble. When authorities shut down train lines this month in an effort to curb daily rallies, drivers of the capital’s motortaxis came to the rescue, ferrying stranded protesters to demonstration sites. However, they have long waited on the sidelines of the youth-led movement, cheering student leaders on as they demanded the resignation of Thai Prime Minister Prayut Chan-ocha and issued unprecedented calls for reform to the kingdom’s monarchy. "I root for these kids," driver Supatr Manapornsiri said, adding that.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Something strange has been happening in the Taiwan Daily News in English discussion forum on Facebook recently. To those familiar with this 33,500-strong group, this might sound ingenuous. “Strange,” after all, has described the tone of much of the interaction from the onset. The admins have had a thankless task at the best of times. Yet the US presidential election has dragged things to new depths, drawing in participants with murky motives. As the election nears, articles attacking President Donald Trump and, more commonly, his Democrat opponent Joe Biden have been posted with increasing frequency. Often, in lieu of any.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Taiwan’s Eddie Wang on Tuesday won his first race as a professional swimmer, taking first place in the International Swimming League (ISL) men’s short course 200m butterfly in Budapest. The 18-year-old, competing for the San Francisco-based Cali Condors club, won the race with a time of 1 minute, 51.32 seconds. Wang finished well ahead of the second and third-placed finishers: Germany’s Ramon Klenz, who was competing for Budapest-based Team Iron and finished in 1:53.09, and Poland’s Michal Poprawa, who was competing for the New York Breakers and finished in 1:53.10. Wang’s Budapest time was slightly slower than his performance at the ISL opening.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo yesterday took the US President Donald Trump administration’s anti-China campaign to two Indian Ocean island nations considered particularly at risk for what US officials allege is Chinese exploitation. Pompeo is visiting Sri Lanka and the Maldives to press the two countries to be on guard against potential predatory lending and investment by China. He was making the case less than a week before the US presidential election, in which US President Donald Trump is seeking to paint his rival former US vice president Joe Biden, the Democratic candidate, as weak on China and beholden to.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
JAPAN. No nuclear plants planned. The government’s top spokesman yesterday said that it is not considering building new nuclear power plants to help it become carbon-free by 2050. For the world’s fifth-biggest emitter, reining in emissions from utilities that contribute about four-fifths of carbon dioxide output is key to achieving the deadline set by Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga. “At this stage we are not considering the construction of additional nuclear power plants,” Chief Cabinet Secretary Katsunobu Kato told a regular news briefing. The government is reviewing its energy policy, looking to use renewable energy sources and existing nuclear plants that can be.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Thousands of monkeys are menacing the historic Indian city of Shimla, where sterilizations and illegal poisonings have failed to blunt their frequent attacks on tourists and farms. During India’s nationwide COVID-19 lockdown, most of the macaques left the city for the countryside to look for food. As restrictions have eased, they have returned to bully inhabitants and snatch grocery bags, and up to 50 troops of hungry monkeys now prowl the former colonial British summer escape in the Himalayan hills. The city of 160,000 people has long been a major draw for tourists seeking to avoid India’s searing summer heat, but the food.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
It seems like slow-burning, suffocating family dramas of despair, sorrow and redemption are in fashion in Taiwanese cinema these days. It worked with films like last year’s Golden Horse darling A Sun (陽光普照) and July’s Wild Sparrow (野雀之詩), but not every production warrants this treatment. It’s not that Dear Tenant (親愛的房客) isn’t deserving of its six Golden Horse nominations. The story of a gay man selflessly caring for his dead lover’s elderly mother and young son tenderly explores the limits of unconditional love and the judgment and misunderstanding society still exhibits towards homosexuality — and from a man who isn’t directly.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Canadian Michael Woods on Tuesday timed his move to perfection to win the seventh stage of the Vuelta a Espana, as Richard Carapaz retained the overall lead. Woods came out on top by four seconds after a tense finish involving five riders in northern Spain and claimed his second stage victory at the event. The 34-year-old finished alone, ahead of the Spanish duo of Team Astana rider Omar Fraile, who was second, and Team Movistar rider Alejandro Valverde in third, while France’s Nans Peters and Guillaume Martin were fourth and fifth respectively. "It was a special day and amazing to be racing in.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
World 100m champion Christian Coleman is to miss next year’s Tokyo Olympic Games after being banned for two years for breaching whereabout rules, the Athletics Integrity Unit (AIU) said on Tuesday. Coleman, who narrowly escaped a ban last year for missing three doping tests, was provisionally suspended by the AIU in June. "We regret to say that we do not think there is any mitigation which can fairly be relied upon to reduce the sanction from the two-year period," the AIU said in a statement on its Web site.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Venezuela’s top prosecutor on Tuesday said that opposition leader Roland Carreno had been arrested, hours after Venezuelan National Assembly President Juan Guaido denounced what he called the "forced disappearance" of the Popular Will party’s coordinator. Venezuelan Chief Prosecutor Tarek Saab wrote on Twitter that Carreno had been detained for alleged "participation in conspirative plans against the democratic peace" and his office had assigned a prosecutor to the case. Carreno was approached on Monday afternoon by unidentified people in vehicles without license plates, Popular Will said on Twitter. The party had been unable to confirm his location after that encounter, it added. "He remains.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
The wife of US Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is using her Facebook page to amplify claims of corruption by former US vice president Joe Biden, the Democratic Party’s presidential candidate. Virginia Thomas on Monday asked her more than 10,000 followers to consider sharing a link focused on alleged corruption by Biden and his son, Hunter, as well as claims that social media companies are censoring reports about the Bidens. Last week, she reposted a video that features US President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani and the headline: "The Biden Crime Family: How They Made Millions.".
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Iran has begun construction at its Natanz nuclear facility, satellite images released yesterday showed, just as the UN’s nuclear agency said that Tehran is building an underground advanced centrifuge assembly plant after its last one exploded in a reported sabotage attack last year. Since August, Iran has built a new or regraded road to the south of Natanz toward what analysts believe is a former firing range for security forces at the enrichment facility, images from San Francisco-based Planet Labs showed. A satellite image on Monday showed the site cleared away with what appeared to be construction equipment there. Analysts from the James.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
A: Look! Here’s the official catalog for the special exhibition we just visited. B: That’s great. It’s got most of the works on display. We didn’t need to buy a ticket, we could just have looked through the catalog. A: I’m not so sure. The photos in the catalog are printed well, but they can’t compete with the quality of the framed prints we just saw. There’s nothing like seeing the actual originals in person. B: You’re right, actually. Look at this one. The darker tones are blocked up — I remember the tonal gradations in.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Almost 90 years old, Vietnamese artist Mong Bich picks a spot on the tiled floor of her favorite room, checks the light and sits down to paint. A "pioneer" who has inspired generations of female artists in Vietnam, Bich has won plaudits overseas and has a watercolor in the British Museum’s collection. Yet for years she has been overlooked in her home country — and has had to wait until this month for her first solo exhibition. "Painting is like eating rice for me — I have to eat rice and I have to paint," Bich said at her home on the.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
A critically acclaimed family drama about Korean immigrants in the US is being touted as an Oscar contender after "Parasite" broke down barriers to non-English-language movies winning the highest-profile accolades. Based on Korean-American director Lee Isaac Chung’s own experiences growing up in rural America in the 1980s, Minari won both the audience and grand jury prizes for US dramas at this year’s Sundance Film Festival. After a sold-out Asian premiere last week at the Busan film festival, Asia’s largest, Hollywood trade outlet Variety reported the film’s stars — including Korean-American actor Steven Yeun — will campaign for acting categories at the Academy.
Taipei Times (Taiwan) 10/28/2020 12:35
Sudanese asylum seekers living in Israel fear being kicked out once ties are normalized between the two countries, although some hope that their presence would be seen as an advantage. Technically at war with Israel for decades, Sudan on Friday last week became the third Arab country this year to announce that it is normalizing ties with the Jewish state, following the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain in August. However, since the announcement, members of the Sudanese community in Israel have been "very afraid" of being sent back, said 26-year-old Barik Saleh, a Sudanese asylum seeker who lives in a suburb of.

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