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Tang Prize laureates in Sinology, rule of law unveiled in Taipei

The 2018 Tang Prize winners in the Sinology and rule of law categories were announced June 20 and 21, respectively, with U.S. academic Stephen Owen and Japanese scholar Yoshinobu Shiba recognized for their Chinese historical and literary studies and Israeli philosopher Joseph Raz honored for his research on legal reasoning and morality. (Read More)

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Taiwan places 16th in IMD World Digital Competitiveness Ranking

Taiwan is 16th out of 63 countries and territories in the latest World Digital Competitiveness Ranking published June 19 by Switzerland-based International Institute for Management Development. (Read More)

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Taiwan-SEA exchanges enter new chapter of cultural prosperity

Minister of Culture Cheng Li-chiun met with an international panel of cultural professionals in a week-long program this June to discuss promoting deeper understanding between Taiwan and Southeast Asia. (Read More)

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Tang Prize winners for biopharmaceutical science, sustainable development announced

The 2018 Tang Prize winners in the sustainable development and biopharmaceutical science categories were announced June 18 and 19, respectively, with James E. Hansen and Veerabhadran Ramanathan sharing the former award for their revolutionary climate change research and Brian J. Druker, Tony Hunter and John Mendelsohn picking up the latter for breakthroughs in targeted cancer therapies. (Read More)

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NPM Southern Branch is helping Chiayi scale new tourism heights

The Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum is the most significant recent addition to Taiwan’s cultural landscape. Opening its doors in December 2015 following more than a decade of planning and construction, the institution in Chiayi County’s Taibao City has received nearly 3 million visitors. (Read More)

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Visiting US official discusses advancing cultural ties with Taiwan

US Assistant Secretary of State Marie Royce met with Minister of Culture Cheng Li-chiun to discuss advancing US-Taiwan cultural exchanges during Assistant Secretary Royce's visit to Taipei for the opening of the American Institute in Taiwan's new office complex. (Read More)

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Islam Campus Summit held at National Cheng Kung University

The 2018 NCKU World Islam Campus Summit concluded Thursday with a call for university faculty, staff and students to respect and promote Islamic-friendly, inclusive, welcoming, and culturally diverse environments. (Read More)

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Taiwan-US Global Environmental Education Partnership meeting wraps up in Taipei

The 2018 advisory meeting of the Global Environmental Education Partnership wrapped up June 1 in Taipei City, with some 30 officials and experts from 14 countries discussing issues spanning circular economy, talent cultivation and collaboration among nongovernmental groups across the Asia-Pacific. (Read More)

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IMD world competitiveness report places Taiwan 17th

Taiwan ranks 17th in the World Competitiveness Yearbook published May 24 by Switzerland-based International Institute for Management Development. (Read More)

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National Palace Museum ranked 13th most visited in the world

Taipei City-based National Palace Museum was the 13th most visited worldwide in 2017, according to the Theme Index and Museum Index released May 17 by U.S.-headquartered project management firm AECOM and nonprofit industry group Themed Entertainment Association. (Read More)

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