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Homegrown artists take center stage at TIMCC
Four artists from Taiwan finished among the top three place-getters in the jewelry and objects categories at Taiwan International Metal Crafts Competition at Gold Museum June 26 in New Taipei City.
ROC Cabinet supports New Taipei blaze victims
The victims of a flash-fire that swept through an after-dark water park dance party June 27 in New Taipei City are receiving full medical assistance coordinated through a task force under the ROC Cabinet.
Ma commits to promoting gender equality
President Ma Ying-jeou said June 26 that tremendous progress has been achieved in promoting gender equality in Taiwan, with the government continuing to enhance women’s rights on all fronts.
Taiwan’s economy improves in May
Taiwan’s overall economic monitoring indicator turned yellow-blue in May, reflecting gradual stabilization of the local economy, according to the National Development Council June 26.
Executive Yuan: ministries extending full support to explosion victims
After convening an emergency meeting today following last night’s explosion that injured hundreds at the Formosa Fun Coast theme park in New Taipei City, Premier Mao Chi-kuo directed Minister without Portfolio Yeh Shin-cheng to set up a task force to integrate government resources and provide assist...
Premier leads response to Formosa Fun Coast flashover and visits victims
Premier Mao Chi-kuo convened an emergency response meeting today following a flashover last night that injured hundreds of people at Formosa Fun Coast, a theme park in Bali District of New Taipei City. He also visited victims and their families at National Taiwan University Hospital and Linkou Chang...
Future of agriculture is in innovation, sustainability
The future of Taiwan’s agricultural sector lies in innovative transformation and a sustainable environment, Council of Agriculture (COA) Minister Chen Bao-ji said this evening while appearing as a guest on the Executive Yuan’s “Open Mic” YouTube channel. “From farmland to the dinner table, agricultu...
[Easy Hiking] The "Silver River" Cave
Temples are ubiquitous in the populated areas of Taiwan, and even in the mountains small shrines to the Earth God (Tudi Gong), at which locals may pause to pray and perhaps leave an offering in return for a safe passage, can be found beside many trails. These are often exuberantly colorful places to...
Manufacturing, services sectors on mend in Taiwan
The ROC’s manufacturing and services sectors showed signs of recovery in May, according to the latest economic forecast released June 25 by Taiwan Institute of Economic Research.
Nantou primary school stages NTM reunion
A group of indigenous Bunun alumni and teachers from Nantou County’s Dili Elementary School reunited June 25 at National Taiwan Museum in Taipei City, marking the anniversary of a historic graduation trip 64 years ago.
MOHW tackles Taiwan’s aging society challenges
A white paper preparing Taiwan for challenges stemming from its rapidly aging population is under consideration by the Ministry of Health and Welfare.
Ma touts Taiwan’s crime-fighting credentials
President Ma Ying-jeou said June 25 that Taiwan has made significant headway over the last seven years in fighting crime, with steady improvement recorded across all relevant indicators.
Taiwan Business Indicators in May 2015
In May 2015, Taiwan Business Indicators indicated that the economy has been on the downturn. Among the indicators compiled by the National Development Council (NDC), the trend-adjusted leading index decreased by 0.41%, the trend-adjusted coincident index decreased by 0.72% from the previous month, a...
Keep abreast of TPP developments and enhance communication with public: vice premier
The most opportune timing for the ROC to apply for Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) membership is after the accord takes effect, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) stated today. The nation can then apply to join the second round of negotiations. The TPP could come into force by the end of 2016, ...
Business Registration in Taiwan - May 2015
In Taiwan in May 2015, there were 4,001 newly registered businesses. Over the same period, 3,058 businesses were dissolved, or with their registration revoked. The detailed data is shown as the attachment.
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