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Public media independence threatened, despite government denials

Reporters Without Borders urges President Ma Ying-jeou to keep his promises to us to respect public media independence. He wrote in a letter to (...)

Published on 17 December 2008 Read


More than 10 journalists injured during opposition protests against Chinese visit

Reporters Without Borders deplores the violence against journalists in Taipei in the course of protests against a visit by a Chinese government (...)

Published on 8 November 2008 Read


Government says journalists have right to security

In a letter to Reporters Without Borders on 22 September, the Taiwanese government voiced regret about “the obstacles which demonstrators caused (...)

Published on 25 September 2006 Read


UN refuses to accredit taiwanese journalists to cover World Health Organisation meeting

Reporters Without Borders has protested at the decision of the UN to refuse accreditation to journalists from Taiwan applying to cover the World (...)

Published on 18 May 2006 Read


Daily fines for reporter who refused to disclose his sources

Reporters Without Borders today condemned a Taipei court’s decision on 24 April ordering United Daily News reporter Kao Nien-yi to pay a fine of (...)

Published on 27 April 2006 Read


Authorities abruptly close down cable TV news station

Reporters Without Borders voiced dismay today at the abrupt closure of TV news station ETTV-S and six others, mainly entertainment, commercial (...)

Published on 5 August 2005 Read


Taiwanese journalists refused accreditation for WHO annual conference

Reporters Without Borders has challenged the UN’s decision to refuse accreditation to Taiwanese journalists to cover the World Health Organisation (...)

Published on 10 May 2005 Read


Two Chinese public media banned from island

Reporters Without Borders has challenged the Taiwanese authorities’ decision to ban two major Chinese media from operating on the island. Taiwan (...)

Published on 14 April 2005 Read

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