Taiwan has indicted 10 people suspected of spying for China. Our reporter Sam Hui speaks with Kitsch Liao, assistant director of the Atlantic Council’s Global China Hub in Washington about what this espionage could mean for Taiwan’s security. And, as Taiwan’s three presidential candidates continue their campaigns, Taiwan People's Party Candidate Ko Wen-je seeks to work with the Kuomintang to win legislative seats. Former rockstar and independent politician Freddy Lim announced plans to join Taiwan’s ruling Democratic Progressive Party.
Also in today's show:
- Reporter Reece Ayers investigates the institutional causes of rental discrimination against foreigners in Taiwan.
- Calls for Taiwan’s government to increase IVF subsidies for certain women amid the country's dropping birth rate.
- A court in China hears lawsuits from people who lost loved ones in the 2014 Malaysian Airlines MH370 disappearance.
- An area in Yunlin County has reopened with an ecotourism focus years after an earthquake cut the region off.
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