Dear Members, Our next happy happy is slated for Thursday, Aug. 3 at Toasteria. Please note we will not have a happy hour in July. We look forward to seeing you at the August happy hour, where you will get the chance to meet the representatives of many of Taiwan's...read more
President Tsai Ing-wen and Vice President Chen Chien-jen addressed the TFCC and the domestic media's presidential office press club to mark the end of 2016 and to discuss their goals for 2017. The TFCC was represented by 36 Correspondent members and 17 associates...read more
Foreign correspondents and startup founders learned about each other's crafts over craft beer and chips. Special guest, Legislator Jason Hsu, discussed upcoming bills in the works designed to promote innovation and help Taiwan attract more startup...read more
The TFCC has received a complaint that a member of the foreign press in Taiwan was dragged by her arm from a corporate press briefing earlier this month after being told the event was strictly for local media. The steering committee is investigating the incident. It...read more
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A sampling of media our journalists file for:
Agence France-Presse (AFP)
The Asahi Shimbun
Associated Press (AP)
British Broadcasting Corp (BBC)
Channel News Asia
Deutsche Presse-Agentur (dpa)
The New York Times
Nikkei Asian Review
Reuters News Agency
South China Morning Post
The Straits Times
Voice of America
The Wall Street Journal
The Yomiuri Shimbun
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Taiwan Foreign Correspondent’s Club
The Taiwan Foreign Correspondents’ Club was established in 1998 to assist foreign correspondents in news gathering and to support the correspondent community by representing their interests.
Our members include Taiwan-based journalists who file for major international news media publishing in at least eight languages.
Our members also include more general observers of Taiwan’s story, who share our values of transparency and the free flow of information, including producers of research, analysis or fictional works; members of the foreign official and unofficial diplomatic corps; as well as corporate representatives.