JJ Lin’s Taiwan Cafe Applies For Financial Relief After Business Drops By 50 Per Cent; No Plans To Cut Staff’s Salaries

21/6/2021 9:46:00 AM

JJ Lin’s Taiwan Cafe Applies For Financial Relief After Business Drops By 50 Per Cent; No Plans To Cut Staff’s Salaries

Read more: TODAY »

Outpouring of support will spur me on, says Joseph Schooling after Olympics exit

TOKYO: Less than a day after his exit from the 2020 Olympic Games, Joseph Schooling sits on a foldable chair in the shadow of the hulking Tokyo ...

Euro 2020: Italy through to last 16 with 100 per cent recordA heavily rotated Italy became the first team at Euro 2020 to qualify for the round of 16 with a perfect record, after they beat Wales 1-0 at the Stadio Olimpico this morning (Singapore time). With their progress to the knockout stage assured before the match, Roberto...

Taiwan pulls trade office staff over Hong Kong ultimatumTaiwan said seven employees of its trade office in Hong Kong left the financial hub on Sunday after authorities there demanded they sign a pledge recognising China's sovereignty over the self-ruled island.

Support rising in Japan for Tokyo Olympics this summer: PollTOKYO: About a third of Japanese now back holding the Olympics, up from just 14 per cent last month, a new poll showed on Monday (Jun 21), though ... Nevermind,let greedy evil one get paid by what they did! They want2suffer more,let it,c who laughs more After d outcome. Like Bible said: What they plant, what they'll get lo!World Ending V soon bc of too many idiot!

In Taiwan, some foreign tech workers are confined indoors to tackle an outbreakTAIPEI — Officials in a county in Taiwan are facing a storm of criticism after banning foreign laborers from going outside as part of an effort to stamp out a cluster of coronavirus infections among workers at several technology manufacturing companies.

US sends 2.5 million COVID-19 vaccine doses to TaiwanThe United States announced Saturday that 2.5 million Covid vaccine doses were on their way to Taiwan in a move likely to draw disapproval from ... 台灣人需要2300萬疫苗

Taiwan to 'adjust' Hong Kong office operations in 'one China' rowTaiwan will 'adjust' the operations of its representative office in Hong Kong after the government there demanded its officials sign a document ... The world's biggest bully. With Russia not too far behind. CCP will not follow the promise, not obey any agreements as they are lawless. No deal can be made w/ CCP. This is basic consent to treat CCP nowadays. Only way to rectify every wrong things they did is eliminate them & make them accountable for their crimes did in past 71 yrs HongKong gov't has no free will but to follow any practice from China. In order to show their loyalty to Beijing, HK gov't officer are willing to sell the interests of the people.