Taiwan News, Staff Writer
Within a week after its inauguration, the administration of President Tsai Ing-wen has already gone off to a quick start, pushing proposals for reform in areas as diverse as the judiciary, transportation and national parks.
Most noted though has been its involvement on the foreign front, where some pressing matters which erupted before the May 20 swearing-in already needed a solution, or at least proposals to move in the right direction.
While boasting of having improved relations with Japan to their warmest level in several decades, the administration of President Ma Ying-jeou left office amid one of the periods of highest tension with Tokyo. [FULL STORY]