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Learning Holiday at TAF: Innovation Opportunities for Small Schools in Remote Areas
The Learning Holiday-Innovative Learning Experience Fair had its grand opening today (June 13) at the Taiwan Air Force Innovation Base, leading students from remote areas to the city to catch up with international trends by giving them hands-on experiences of innovative learning combining emerging i...
Speedy Immigration Inspection Certificate for Foreign Frequent Visitors
1. Foreign frequent visitors, employees of mainland Chinese non-profit institutions and airline companies, or reporters stationed in Taiwan who visited R.O.C. at least 3 times in the past 12 months can apply to National Immigration Agency via the internet for approval to use speedy inspection counte...
White Terror exhibition shares women’s experiences
An exhibition documenting stories of women living through loss of family members and persecution during Taiwan’s White Terror era opened June 17 at the Jing-mei Human Rights Memorial and Cultural Park in New Taipei City.
EVA Airways soars to 9th in global airlines rankings
Taiwan’s EVA Airways Corp. climbed three places to ninth worldwide in the latest airline rankings released June 16 by U.K.-based Skytrax, a leading aviation industry analysis and assessment firm.
Taipei City OKs recording same-sex partnerships
Same-sex couples can record their partnerships at household registration offices in Taipei following a decision June 17 by the local government to show greater support for the city’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community.
Cancer continues as Taiwan’s top killer
Cancer remains the No. 1 cause of death in Taiwan, claiming 46,094 lives last year, or 28.3 percent of the 162,911 total, according to the Ministry of Health and Welfare June 17.
Maritime commission bill OK’d by ROC Legislature
The organization act for a Cabinet-level maritime commission was approved June 16 by the ROC Legislature, reaffirming the government’s commitment to better coordinating ocean-related policymaking.
President Ma welcomes new AIT head to Taiwan
President Ma Ying-jeou met Kin Moy, new director of the American Institute in Taiwan, June 16 at the Presidential Office in Taipei City, vowing to continue strengthening Taiwan-U.S. ties across a broad spectrum of areas.
ROC war veterans honored with service medals
A group of 25 ROC veterans who fought in the Second Sino-Japanese War (1937-1945) were presented with service medals June 16 in Kaohsiung City, marking their contributions to securing the historic victory 70 years ago.
Xiaoliuqiu Island cashes in on ecotourism boom
Xiaoliuqiu Island in southern Taiwan’s Pingtung County is experiencing a surge in tourism on the back of its pristine tidal zones and distinctive cultural traditions.
As Taiwan CDC confirms measles infection in 11-month-old boy, parents urged to ensure timely vaccination of children to ward off infection
On June 16, 2015, the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (Taiwan CDC) announced one new indigenous measles case confirmed in an 11-month-old boy who resides in central Taiwan. During May 18 and 27, he sought medical attention twice and was hospitalized for one week after developing runny nose, fever...
Public urged to immediately remove vector breeding sites and take precautions against mosquito bites as dengue activity increases
According to statistics compiled by the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (Taiwan CDC), during June 9 and 15, 2015, a total of 20 new dengue cases, including 16 indigenous dengue cases and 4 imported dengue cases from Malaysia and Thailand, were confirmed in Taiwan. As dengue activity has peaked, t...
As this year’s first EV71 case identified in community, Taiwan CDC advises caregivers of children and physicians to remain vigilant
During Week 22, the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (Taiwan CDC) confirmed an EV 71 case in a three-year-and-six-month-old boy who is unschooled and resides in Bade District, Taoyuan City. The boy is usually attended and cared for by his mother. Prior to disease onset, he visited his mother’s hom...
A Summary of the 2015 Cafe Business Training Course
The 2015 Cafe Business Training Course by OCAC aims at assisting overseas Chinese in acquiring business knowhow and hands-on skills necessary for running a successful cafe. The course helps trainees to strengthen their business startups and improve their success prospects. In addition to a stellar l...
Swazi Minister of Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) to visit Taiwan
Mr. Dumisani Ndlangamandla, Minister of Information, Communications and Technology (ICT) of the Kingdom of Swaziland, along with Mrs. Ndlangamandla and two colleagues, will visit the Republic of China from June 14 to 18, 2015.Minister Ndlangamandla will call at the Ministry of Science and Technology...
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