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Taipei exhibition sheds light on Taiwan-US history
An exhibition detailing the development of Taiwan from the 19th to mid-20th century and the role of the U.S. in this process opened June 24 at Taipei 228 Memorial Museum.
22nd Taiwan-France Industrial Cooperation Consultation Meeting Concluded with Consensus on Bilateral Industrial Cooperation
The 22nd Taiwan-France Industrial Cooperation Consultation Meeting (ICCM) convened on June 17 at the Taipei International Convention Center. Director-General Wu of IDB and Director-General` Faure of Directorate General for Enterprise co-chaired the meeting to discuss bilateral industrial cooperation...
Taiwan athletes gear up for Gwangju
Taiwan will take part in next month’s Summer Universiade in Gwangju, South Korea, despite concerns over an outbreak of the Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, according to the Sports Administration June 23.
Ma lauds Taiwan’s democratic development
President Ma Ying-jeou said June 23 that the government is committed to fostering the development of democracy and human rights in Taiwan, while promoting regional peace and stability.
ROC military readies for war victory celebrations
A full military parade rehearsal was staged by the ROC armed forces June 23 at Hukou base in Hsinchu County, the second in preparation for celebrations next month marking the nation’s victory in the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945).
New food accreditation label launched in Taiwan
A new logo for food safety accreditation was unveiled June 24 in Taipei City, reaffirming the government’s determination to safeguard public health and re-establish confidence in the local food sector.
Industrial Production Indexes in May 2015
Taipei, June 24, 2015 -- Industrial production index posted an annual decrease of 3.18% in May. Referring to the production status of each industry, manufacturing decreased 2.57%, mining & quarrying increased 4.71%, electricity & gas supply decreased 19.32%, water supply decreased 4.21%, and...
Sales of Trade and Food Services in May 2015
Taipei ,June 24 , 2015-- Sales of Trade and Food Services posted an annual decrease 4.3% for May 2015, Including Wholesale Trade decreases 6.5%, Retail Trade increases 0.7% and Food and Beverage Services increases 4.1%.
May jobless rate at 15-year low in Taiwan
Taiwan’s unemployment rate dropped to 3.62 percent in May, down 0.23 of a percentage point from the year before and the lowest for the month since 2000, according to the Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics June 22.
Taipei Municipal Stadium to host Universiade events
Taipei Municipal Stadium is to host the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2017 Summer Universiade following the decision June 22 by city Mayor Ko Wen-je to strip Taipei Dome of the events.
Guided reading approach pays dividends for ROC
A guided reading approach aimed at fostering advanced learning is earning academic accolades at home and abroad for a Taichung City-based educational foundation.
Taiwan’s human rights praised in EU report
Development of human rights and related policymaking in Taiwan were praised by the Council of the EU in its latest Report on Human Rights and Democracy in the World.
Statistical News: Export Orders down 5.9% in May 2015
If counted in US Dollars, the export orders amounted to US$357.9 hundred million in May 2015, down by 5.9% over the same month of last year. If counted in NT Dollars, the export orders amounted to NT$10,931 hundred million in May 2015, down by 4.4% over the same month of last year.
BSMI establishes national braille standard to make life easier for the visually impaired BSMI, MOEA March 18, 2015
Operating home electronic appliances such as washing machines and microwaves without braille panel can be inconvenient and dangerous for visual impaired users. Visually impaired individuals may also experience difficulty getting around due to inadequate navigation assistance.
BSMI establishes safety standard for personal care robots BSMI, MOEA March 30, 2015
Following the global trend of population aging, Taiwan is faced with a shortage of human resources in healthcare. In view of this and the increased application of home and service robots, the Bureau of Standards, Metrology and Inspection (BSMI) has established a safety standard for personal care rob...
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