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Taiwan hauls in record medals at Universiade
At today’s Cabinet meeting, Premier Mao Chi-kuo lauded Taiwan’s national team for winning six gold, 12 silver and 18 bronze medals at the 2015 Summer Universiade that ended Tuesday in Gwangju, South Korea.This medal count, which marked the country’s best-ever performance at the event, is attributed ...
About three hundred people, including Mayor Chu Chen of Kaohsiung City, Minister John Chen-Chung Deng of Ministry of Economic Affairs, and representatives from industries, government agencies and academia gathered at the Labor Education and Recreation Center of Kaohsiung City to unveil the joint ope...
Monthly Overview of RMB Business Conducted by Banks (June 2015)
As of June 30, 2015, there were 69 authorized banks(DBUs)and 59 offshore banking units(OBUs)conducting the RMB business. The monthly overview is shown in the table below:
Center established for blast victims’ one-on-one short- to long-term care
Tomorrow the government will formally set up a June 27 blast victims management center that will commence operations right away based on the principle of “one person, one case for long-term care,” Vice Premier Chang San-cheng said today while presiding over the fifth meeting of the Executive Yuan ta...
Economics Ministry Helps Taiwanese Entrepreneurs Succeed in China
The Department of Investment Services (DOIS) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) held a "China Investment Experience Exchange Seminar" at the International Convention Center of National Taiwan University Hospital (NTUH) on Jul. 1, with a total of 120 people attending. In addition to the shari...
OCAC LA Culture Center Welcomes 2015 Special Olympics World Games Delegation Liaisons
With 7,000 athletes and 3,000 coaches representing over 170 countries, along with 30,000 volunteers and an anticipated 500,000 spectators, the 2015 Special Olympics World Games - being staged in Los Angeles on July 25-August 2, 2015 - will be the largest sports and humanitarian event in the world in...
Taiwanese Puppet Show Attracts the Attention of Mainstream Public
The Taiwanese American Historical Society and Taiwanese American Cultural Association organized the "Taiwanese American Heritage Week: Taiwanese Hand Puppet Art and Cultural Exhibition" at the Culture Center of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office (TECO) in Los Angeles on June 5-7, 2015. The Culture...
Equity-type crowdfunding operations launched to boost innovation and startups
The government will do its utmost to integrate various ministries’ resources and promote innovations in society as well as youth startups in order to make Taiwan an important base for innovation and startups internationally and a bright spot in the global innovation economy, Premier Mao Chi-kuo stat...
Approved foreign exchange business in June 2015
In line with the policy of promoting the liberalization, internationalization, and development of the foreign exchange market, the Bank approved the following:1. The establishment of Foreign Exchange Interbank Clearing System to process onshore and cross-border remittances in EUR.2. Authorized ban...
Kaohsiung Export Processing Zone(KEPZ) will host employment recruitment on 15th July 2015, and enterprises offer over 607 job opportunities. The highest monthly salary will reach NT$50,000
The Kaohsiung Export Processing Zone (KEPZ) of the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) scheduled an event for job recruitment at KEPZ's second training room (North 1st Rd., Qianzhen Dist., Kaohsiung City 806) from 9:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on 15th July 2015. Enterprises offer over 607 job opportunitie...
President Ma departs on visit to three allies in Latin America
President Ma Ying-jeou departed from Taiwan on the morning of July 11 to visit three diplomatic allies—the Dominican Republic, Haiti, and Nicaragua. Prior to boarding his chartered aircraft, the president delivered remarks, saying that this trip marks his 11th visit overseas since taking office in 2...
Mao thanks AmCham for helping strengthen ROC-US ties
Premier Mao Chi-kuo today thanked the American Chamber of Commerce (AmCham) in Taipei for its valuable recommendations over the years, which have helped Taiwan to improve its national policies and strengthen international ties.“It has always been the policy of the ROC to participate in the internati...
The Central Taiwan Unit of the Industrial Upgrading and Transformation Service Team develops 3D printing material, assisting firms in upgrade and transition
3D printing is a global trend for many burgeoning industries. PIDC, a member of Central Taiwan Unit of the Industrial Upgrading and Transformation Service Team has developed 3D printing materials and equipment to assist domestic upgrading of traditional industries, helping plastic manufacturing firm...
Taiwan mourns the loss of carpentry master Liao Chih-te
Carpentry master Liao Chih-te (廖枝德), who was revered as a “National Living Treasure” in Taiwan, passed away in Tainan on July 9. He was 86.Liao, one of the last masters of traditional Taiwanese wood-frame construction, specialized in assembling houses and temples with timber and bamboo. Many of his ...
Japan-influenced Taiwanese paintings unveiled in NYC
“Brimming with Nostalgia – The Humanistic Landscape of Taiwanese and Japanese Watercolor Paintings,” a joint exhibition featuring over 30 classic and contemporary painters, will run from July 6 through 31 at the Tenri Cultural Institute in New York.Watercolor paints, a longstanding Western art form,...
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