The World Health Organization (WHO) is to raise the question of Taiwan's participation as an observer at the World Health Assembly (WHA), which opens virtually on Monday, before one of its committees.
Elanel Egot Ordidor, the OFW in Taiwan who criticized Pres. Duterte online, will not say sorry to the Chief Executive. Taiwan has rejected the Philippines' request to deport her. Taiwan said Ordidor has the right to free speech.
China has condemned a US tweet backing Taiwan's push for participation at the United Nations as the global body works with its 193 member states to tackle the coronavirus pandemic.
The Philippines’ representative in Taiwan questioned Presidential Spokesperson Harry Roque’s motive in saying the island-nation was part of China, saying there was no reaso for him to meddle in affairs of other countries.
The decision to deport a Filipino caregiver in Taiwan who allegedly criticized the Philippine government’s response to the coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis is with the Taiwanese government, Malacañang said Wednesday.
Malacañang denied on Sunday that the government ordered the deportation of a Filipina caregiver in Taiwan who criticized the Duterte administration’s response to the coronavirus disease pandemic.
Contact tracing remains the Department of Health's weak point in its efforts against COVID-19, Sen. Panfilo Lacson lamented Sunday.
The Philippine government is bent on cracking down on Filipinos who post unsavory things about President Rodrigo Duterte-- even if they’re abroad.
Taiwan and South Korea have led the world in digital contact tracing for the COVID-19 pandemic -- an example the US with its emphasis on personal privacy and decentralized system of government is unlikely to be able to follow.
The World Health Organization insisted Monday that it sounded the alarm on the novel coronavirus right from the very start and had hidden nothing from Washington about the deadly pandemic.
Taiwan has donated 300,000 surgical masks to the Philippines to help in the fight against the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).
Galvez all praises for Duterte declaring lockdown, travel ban ahead of other countries: Mababa death…
National Task Force COVID-19 Chief Implementer Secretary Carlito Galvez, Jr. could not hide his enthusiasm in praising President Rodrigo Duterte foresight and decisiveness in preventing the rapid spread of the coronavirus in the country.
A US warship has sailed through the Taiwan Strait in a move certain to anger Beijing as the two countries trade barbs over the coronavirus.
Malacañang urged the people to exercise utmost restraint, following reports that two people in Taiwan and Australia tested positive for coronavirus disease (Covid-19) after traveling to the Philippines.
The coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) threat has affected the deployment of overseas Filipino workers, particularly new hires, to Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Macao, Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III said Monday.
Only overseas Filipino workers (OFWs) and permanent resident are allowed to travel to Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan, according to Cabinet Secretary Karlo Nograles.
Thousands of Filipinos are in danger of becoming jobless as four multinational companies are set to fold up their offices in the country.
President Duterte had always planned to cut ties with the United States all along and transform the Philippines into China's "substitute for Taiwan."
Senator Panfilo Lacson welcomed Saturday (February 15) the Duterte administration's decision to lift the travel ban on Taiwan amid the new coronavirus (COVID-19) scare.
Minority Leader and Manila Rep. Benny Abante on Saturday welcomed the government’s decision to remove Taiwan from the country’s travel ban, saying the move would benefit the 120,000 overseas Filipino workers in Taiwan and help lessen the…
Cagayan de Oro Rep. Rufus Rodriguez has joined other lawmakers in asking President Duterte to lift the ban on the entry of visitors coming from Taiwan.