Taiwan's Chinese Professional Baseball League has lifted its maximum cap of 2,000 spectators as easing of coronavirus restrictions continues.
The Chinese Professional Baseball League became the first sports league to allow fans to return to watch matches since the coronavirus pandemic took hold, with 1,000 spectators now allowed to attend a game.
Taiwan has become the first country in the world to open its professional women's softball league season during the coronavirus pandemic.
A day later than initially planned, the first pitch was thrown in the Taiwanese baseball league today as it became the sport's first professional league to begin its 2020 season.
The Taiwanese baseball league is set to become the first in the world to start its 2020 season, and mannequins are expected to be in the stands to witness it.
Taiwan has blamed Chinese interference after a figure skating event was stripped from the country.
Solomon Islands 2023 have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the Fu Tsu construction company over the development of the National Stadium which will be used at the next Pacific Games.