A memorandum of understanding on providing smart health care services for seniors was concluded Feb. 12 by Industrial Technology Research Institute and National Taiwan University Hospital Yunlin Branch, underscoring the country’s efforts to deal with an aging population.
Taiwan maintained its global leadership in integrated circuit 200mm-equivalent wafer fab capacity for the fourth consecutive year, according to U.S.-based IC Insights Inc.
Taiwanese golfer Hsu Wei-ling (徐薇淩) finished in third place at the 2019 ISPS Handa Women's Australian Open Sunday with a four-round 12-under par 276.
Taiwan boasts the 20th-best intellectual property environment in the world, according to the latest survey released Feb. 8 by Washington-based Global Innovation Policy Center under the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Six cell therapies recently approved by the government to treat medical issues including cancer, degenerative joint disease and skin wounds are expected to be available at permitted medical centers by the end of February, the Cabinet said Feb. 10.
Taiwan's Chang Kai-chen (張凱貞) and Hsu Ching-wen (徐竫雯) emerged as champions in the women's doubles competition at the Launceston Tennis International in Australia on Saturday.
The World Conference of Mayors, Inc. (WCM) passed a unanimous resolution Wednesday in Miami to support Taiwan's participation in international organizations.
The OCAC 2019 Lunar New Year Goodwill Mission will perform in 13 cities in eight countries in the Asia-Pacific region from February 13 to March 10.
The Overseas Community Affairs Council (OCAC) 2019 Lunar New Year Goodwill Mission will perform in 13 cities in eight countries in the Asia-Pacific region from February 13 to March 10. A pre-departure public performance was arranged for Keelung Cultural Center in Keelung City on January 20. OCAC Deputy Minster Kao Chien-chih attended the show, presented the flag to the Mission leader and offered encouragement to the members. The show was watched by more than 500 people amidst a happy atmosphere.
A group of 57 scholars from around the world issued an open letter to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Tuesday in which they said that in the wake of the detention of three Canadian citizens in China, Canada should draw from Taiwan's experience with Chinese government interference.