》Policy Framework

New Southbound Policy。

President Tsai pledges to expand Taiwan-US cooperation on regional peace, prosperity

President Tsai Ing-wen said Feb. 21 that Taiwan is committed to expanding cooperation with the U.S. in promoting regional peace, prosperity and stability. (Read More)

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President Tsai's Lunar New Year address

President Tsai Ing-wen wished everyone a happy new year via video on February 15, Lunar New Year's Eve, as the people of Taiwan gathered with their families to celebrate. (Read More)

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Tsai reiterates commitment to upholding ROC military capabilities

President Tsai Ing-wen said Feb. 13 the government remains committed to safeguarding national security, peace and stability as well as the safety of the Taiwan people, adding that maintaining strong military capabilities is of paramount importance. (Read More)

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Taiwan to hold Southeast Asian literature forum in March

To promote a more comprehensive understanding of Southeast Asian literature among Taiwan readers, the Ministry of Culture will invite Southeast Asia authors to visit Taipei, Tainan, and Taichung for a series of forums from March 2 through 6. (Read More)

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Taipei International Book Exhibition gets underway

The 2018 Taipei International Book Exhibition kicked off Feb. 6 at Taipei World Trade Center, spotlighting the creativity of Taiwan’s publishing sector as well as the latest industry trends from around the world. (Read More)

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President Tsai surveys quake damage in Hualien

In the wake of a magnitude-6.0 earthquake just off the coast of Hualien County late on the evening of February 6, President Tsai Ing-wen departed early on the morning of February 7 to visit the 2nd Combat Zone Emergency Operations Center and Hualien County Emergency Response Center, where she was briefed on disaster relief efforts by the armed forces, Hualien County Government, and teams from throughout Taiwan. The president called on the people of Taiwan to remain on the alert, and stressed tha (Read More)

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Presidential Office grateful for international community's concern and support following Taiwan earthquake

The Presidential Office expressed sincere thanks for the international community's support and concern after receiving condolences from governments around the world following an earthquake that caused considerable damage in Taiwan's Hualien County in the late night of February 6. (Read More)

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Foreign professionals recruitment act takes effect

Legislation to relax requirements for foreign professionals working or seeking employment in Taiwan took effect Feb. 8, spotlighting government efforts to foster the recruitment and retention of top talents and boost the nation’s economic development. (Read More)

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Premier orders full-scale rescue after Hualien quake

Following Tuesday night’s magnitude 6.0 earthquake that hit Hualien County in eastern Taiwan, Premier Lai Ching-te visited the Central Emergency Operation Center early this morning to oversee responses by government agencies. He directed the agencies to devote all resources to disaster relief in order to contain and minimize damage caused by the strong temblor. (Read More)

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Premier calls for response task force to aid in Hualien recovery

During a second visit today to the Central Emergency Operation Center, Premier Lai Ching-te said that the Executive Yuan will establish a response task force to take charge of disaster relief and reconstruction following a strong earthquake that struck Hualien County in eastern Taiwan on Tuesday night. (Read More)

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