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CIB cracks identity theft case involved local dance figure
The China Post staff The Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB), after a month of investigation, yesterday successfully apprehended seven suspects who allegedly swindled NT$730,000 from Lo Man-fei, the artistic director of Cloud Gate 2, a local dance theater. After confirming the location of the suspec...
DGT unveils new Mobile Number Portability service
By To Lee The China Post 2005/10/14The Directorate General of Telecommunications (DGT) yesterday held the launching ceremony of the Mobile Number Portability (MNP) service, which would enable mobile phone users to keep their phone numbers when switching carriers. The processing fee for switching c...
Housing prices across Taiwan fall slightly in Q3
By Stephen Che The China post 2005/10/13House prices across Taiwan have fallen slightly in the past quarter with houses in Taichung County and the Hsinchu area leading the way, according to statistics released by a real estate brokerage firm.Closing prices of houses in Taiwan have decreased by les...
What Foreign Professionals Need to Know for Working in Taiwan
On behalf of the government of Taiwan, we sincerely welcome you to work in Taiwan. In order to help you understand rules and regulations concerning working in Taiwan, please read the primer carefully and keep it with you for future reference.What You Need to Do upon Issuance of Work Permit 1.VISA If...
Free flu vaccination starts Monday for children, elderly
It’s time to have children vaccinated against flu.Children between six months and two years old, or born between September 1, 2003 and last April 30, will have free flu shots starting Monday, a spokesman for the Department of Health said yesterday.Free vaccination for small children will continue as...
Ugly’ faces may not show on new ID cards
The China Post staff People who do not want to have their “abnormal faces” shown on their new ID cards have their wish granted. The Ministry of the Interior said in a statement yesterday those whose faces “do not appear normal” do not have to have their “natural pictures” shown on the new ID cards. ...
Archbishop joins National Migrants'' Sunday celebrations
By Jane Rickards The China Post 2005/9/26Foreign workers yesterday celebrated National Migrants' Sunday with dances, inspired singing and a visit from the highest-level Catholic official in the Philippines, Archbishop Gaudencio Rosales. The event organized by the Catholic Church and held at the...
CAB announces Miaoli wood sculpture exhibition
By To Lee The China Post 2005/9/23The Cultural Affairs Bureau (CAB) of Miaoli County yesterday announced a wood sculpture exhibition, which will run between Oct.1 to Nov.29, with themes surrounding life, nature, and art. The exhibition will invite wood sculptors from Australia, New Zealand, and T...
Late-blooming grandma''''s life story wins acclaim
By Stephen Che The China Post 2005/9/23Illiterate just three years ago, 73-year-old grandmother Liu Hsien-mei laughed as she described her engagement after writing about it in her own autobiography "A Woman in the Mountains" published last week. "The six months after I was engaged my father did no...
MECO offers alternative for employers
By William C. Pao The China Post 94/09/11The Manila Economic and Cultural Office (MECO) in Taipei is introducing a special hiring program allowing employers to hire workers without going through the so-called manpower agencies, or labor brokerage firms, said Reynaldo Gopez, MECO labor repr...
Typhoon KHANUN Emergency Response and Disposal Report
Typhoon KHANUN Emergency Response and Disposal Report
AmCham celebrates 54 years of service to U.S. business in Taiwan
By William C. Pao The China Post 94/09/09Taiwan should promote itself as having the friendliest environment for foreign businesses in Asia: Richard VuylstekeThe American Chamber of Commerce in Taipei, or AmCham, celebrates its 54th anniversary today, commemorating services that the organ...
Moon cakes contained illegal preservative
The China Post staff Sep. 7, 2005Three out of 78 samples of moon cakes collected from Taipei pastry shops were found to contain dehydroacetic acid, a preservative, reported the city’s health bureau yesterday.The bureau has ordered the pastry shops to take the popular snack off the shelves and fin...
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Information regarding libraries in Taiwan
Typhoon TALIM Emergency Response and Disposal Report NO.4
Typhoon TALIM Emergency Response and Disposal Report NO.4
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