Tsai Ing-wen made a last ditch appeal for residents of Penghu County to say no to casinos ahead of a referendum in the outlying island.
The wait will soon be over for Taiwan’s next attraction—a casino.
It won’t be long before residents in Taiwan’s outlying island of Penghu will have to decide on whether they will allow casinos.
It would be the first time in seven years that another referendum was held in the island—if a referendum really takes place in June.
The results of Taiwan’s recently held elections could mean trouble for the country’s prospects of gaming expansion.
Two more high stakes gambling operations were busted in Taiwan several days ahead of the country’s presidential polls.
Police in China's Guangdong province crack 83 cases related to underground banking between April and November, 7x more than in all of 2014.
Taiwan takes down "largest online gambling ring in the nation's history;" South Korean online gambling figure extradited from Philippines.
Forty-five people were arrested after Taiwanese authorities busted a gambling ring that netted more than $40M in bets.
Chinese authorities arrest 98 individuals over ties to online betting ring that handled $97b in wagers from nearly 1m customers.