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2015-07-02
Juvenile services center brings hope to Taiwan youth
A Taipei City-based juvenile services organization is making a significant difference to the lives of many underprivileged urban youths from around Taiwan.
2015-07-02
Taiwan violinist tops Tchaikovsky competition
A Taiwan violinist was top place-getter at International Tchaikovsky Competition July 1 in Moscow, earning the thumbs-up from judges for deeply emotive performances.
2015-07-02
MAC protests mainland China’s new security law
Taiwan’s inclusion in a new national security law adopted by Beijing July 1 is improper and unacceptable, according to Mainland Affairs Council Minister Andrew Hsia.
2015-07-02
Financial Infrastructure Project
Financial Infrastructure Project
2015-07-01
Government to take every possible measure to help blast victims
The government will take every possible measure to help the victims of last week’s fiery blast at a water park in New Taipei, Premier Mao Chi-kuo vowed at a press conference following this morning’s Cabinet meeting.Today marks the sixth day since the June 27 explosion at the Formosa Fun Coast Water ...
2015-07-01
Government will continue policies to improve income distribution
With regard to public concern about the nation’s income distribution and the gap between the rich and poor, the Executive Yuan today stated that promoting social mobility and helping people in the middle to lower strata of society emerge from dire financial straits is of utmost importance to social ...
2015-07-01
Premier pledges more tax reform, convenient services
At an award ceremony held today by the Ministry of Finance (MOF) to recognize outstanding taxation and customs personnel, Premier Mao Chi-kuo pledged that the government will continue promoting tax reforms and employing innovative technologies to provide more convenient services to systems.Mao noted...
2015-07-01
Public once again urged to remove and clean dengue vector breeding sits as outbreaks in southern Taiwan persist and indigenous cases occurs in Hsinchu County
According to statistics compiled by the Taiwan Centers for Disease Control (Taiwan CDC), during June 23 and 29, 2015, a total of 20 new dengue cases, including 13 indigenous dengue cases and 7 imported dengue cases from Myanmar, Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia and Costa Rica, were confirmed ...
2015-07-01
DGBAS releases first middle-age census
Taiwan’s first-ever middle-age group census was released June 30 by the Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics, serving as a key reference for long-term population-based policymaking.
2015-07-01
Taiwan seals Lungmen No.1 nuclear reactor
The No. 1 reactor at Lungmen Nuclear Power Plant in New Taipei City’s Gongliao District was sealed for three years starting July 1, according to facility operator Taiwan Power Co.
2015-07-01
Ma praises robust Taiwan-US relations
President Ma Ying-jeou said June 30 that the government is committed to enhancing Taiwan-U.S. relations while promoting regional peace and stability.
2015-07-01
NMTH spotlights modern Taiwan in the making
The interplay of indigenous, Western and mainland Chinese civilizations in 19th century Taiwan and its impact on local society are being highlighted at a National Museum of Taiwan History exhibition in Tainan City.
2015-06-30
New Keelung Station to Be Open on June 29, 2015
The Railway Reconstruction Bureau’s (RRB) Keelung Railway Station Urban Renewal Station Relocation Project is an NTD 2.627 billion project (nearly USD 85 million), and the work on the project will be carried out up to November of this year (2015). In order to cooperate with the Taiwan Rail...
2015-06-30
MOTC Minister Chen Jian-yu Inspects Taitung’s Transportation Infrastructure
On May 28, 2015, Ministry of Transportation and Communication (MOTC) Minister Chen Jian-yu went to Taitung to carry out inspections in order to get an understanding of the area’s transportation infrastructure. He was accompanied by head officials from the Railway Reconstruction Bureau (RRB...
2015-06-30
Government will help explosion victims cover medical expenses
The Executive Yuan will definitely help those injured by the June 27 powder explosions at the Formosa Fun Coast theme park to cover their medical expenses, Minister without Portfolio Yeh Shin-cheng stated today. If the budgets of relevant ministries cannot cover the expenditures, the Executive Yuan ...
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