Taipei, The top disk jockey from the Philippines said Thursday that his compatriots in Taiwan should be proud of themselves because they work very hard and are an inspiration to others.
Mark Thompson, the 2018 Red Bull Music 3Style national … Read More
In January and December, the number of employed people was 11.48 million, an increase of 6,000 or 0.05% per month. The average number of employed people in the year was 11.43 million, an increase of 82,000 or 0.73% compared with … Read More
Regarding the progress of Taiwan's CNPC's investment in the Indian Petrochemical Park, Taiwan's CNPC today (20) stated that the investment in the investment company Axens has estimated that the investment amount of the investment case is high and the benefits … Read More
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a, 108 January 17 Japanese line certificates of deposit maturity amounted to 1,884.50 billion yuan issued in the amount of 1,884.50 billion yuan-day summarized as follows:
(a) 28 days … Read More
Taipei, Foreign travelers interviewed Wednesday generally supported Taiwan's aggressive campaign to keep African swine fever (ASF) out of the country but some were surprised by the lack of signs warning passengers against bringing pork products into Taiwan.
Taiwan has been … Read More
In response to the impact of the US-China trade war, the Executive Yuan approved the "Welcome Taiwanese Investment Return Action Plan" on December 7, 107, designated the investment Taiwan office as a single service window, providing customized services, shortening administrative … Read More
Taipei, President Tsai Ing-wen on Thursday responded to a call by four independence advocates for her to forgo a re-election bid, saying that her Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has a democratic system for selecting its presidential candidates and that no … Read More
Taipei, Another six people were fined Monday for bringing meat products into the country at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport (TTIA), according to Customs authorities.
Passengers caught with pork items in their luggage were each slapped with a NT$200,000 (US$6,533) fine, … Read More
Taipei, Migrant workers will serve for the first time as crowd-managing volunteers on Taipei's MRT system during New Year's Eve festivities to be held Monday.
Twelve migrant workers -- six Indonesians and six Vietnamese who speak fluent Mandarin -- will … Read More
Taipei, Taiwan may begin allowing HIV-positive individuals to donate organs to HIV-positive patients sometime next year, Taiwan Organ Registry and Sharing Center Chairman Lee Po-chang said Friday, hoping that the necessary legislation will be passed.
In May, the Legislative Yuan … Read More