The National Palace Museum (NPM) on Jan. 19 announced the scheduled exhibitions which will be taking place at both its northern and southern branches this year.
International students come together to Taiwan, where the one-hundred thirty thousand overseas student mark has been passed
The number of international students who choose to study in Taiwan is growing as countries sing the praises of the quality of Taiwanese higher education with the fact that the New Southbound Policy has brought changes.
Scientists at Taiwan's top research institute Academia Sinica said Wednesday they are honing in on three traditional Chinese herbal medicines and two prescription drugs that have shown promising results against the COVID-19 virus in laboratory studies.
President Tsai Ing-wen launched a book reading campaign on Facebook on Jan. 27, urging followers to share their recently purchased books.
The 2021 Taipei International Book Exhibition (TIBE) opened virtually on Tuesday, giving readers the opportunity to browse through exhibits and attend livestreamed events from the comfort of their own homes.
Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA) announced Friday that it will stop leasing train station main halls across the country as event venues, with immediate effect, as part of the nation’s renewed efforts to curb the spread of COVID-19.
World No. 1 female badminton player Tai Tzu-ying (戴資穎) of Taiwan advanced to the quarterfinals of the Toyota Thailand Open in Bangkok on Thursday, after easily defeating her Indonesian competitor.
The 2021 Taiwan Lantern Festival, co-organized by the Tourism Bureau, Ministry of Transportation & Communications (MOTC) and the Hsinchu City Government, has been cancelled in light of new developments related to the COVID-19 epidemic.
Taiwan’s Ministry of Culture says that the 2021 Taipei International Book Exhibition will take place online due to fears of COVID-19. This came after Taiwan’s Central Epidemic Command Center asked organizers of large-scale events to consider cancellation.
The Cabinet-level Council of Indigenous Peoples published three Chinese-language translations of books spotlighting Austronesian history and culture Jan. 17 in Taipei City, underscoring government efforts to deepen Taiwan’s ties with its Indo-Pacific partners.