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2020 Taiwan Tourism Guide Book available in 7 languages to expand market Photos - New Southbound Policy

2020 Taiwan Tourism Guide Book available in 7 languages to expand market

To promote Taiwan's tourism, under the guidance of the Tourism Bureau, MOTC, Taiwan Visitors Association has published the " 2020 Taiwan Tourism Guide Book", offering various kinds of information, such as transportation, events, and souvenirs to expand Taiwan's tourism market.

PHOTO ESSAY/Muslims celebrate annual Eid al-Fitr in Taipei

Hundreds of Muslims in Taiwan, including migrant workers, gathered at the Taipei Travel Plaza, an open space by the Taipei Main Station, Sunday to celebrate the annual Eid al-Fitr festival, which marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan.

CORONAVIRUS/Philippines to join Taiwan's clinical trials for COVID-19 vaccine

The Philippines has decided to participate in clinical trials by Taiwanese and Chinese institutions aimed at developing vaccines against COVID-19, according to a resolution issued Saturday by the Philippine government's coronavirus response team.

Taiwan eyes burgeoning Muslim culinary tourism market Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taiwan eyes burgeoning Muslim culinary tourism market

Promoting Taiwan as one of the friendliest places in the world for halal food is a top priority for Taipei City-based Chinese Muslim Association and its partner the Tourism Bureau under the Ministry of Transportation and Communications.

2020 Taiwan International Student Design Competition (TISDC) Call for Entries by Talented Global Designers Till July 20 Photos - New Southbound Policy

2020 Taiwan International Student Design Competition (TISDC) Call for Entries by Talented Global Designers Till July 20

Online registration to submit entries for the 2020 Taiwan International Student Design Competition (TISDC) is now open. TISDC, now in its thirteenth year, is the largest student design competition in the world and the number of international entries has continued to grow. It works hand in hand with 21 international design associations, and the competition attracts notable entries from worldwide design colleges and institutions.

In accord with Taiwan’s epidemic prevention efforts, the suspension of inbound/ outbound international tour group travel has been extended through June 30th

Yesterday (May 18), the Central Epidemic Command Center (CECC) reported that Taiwan has continued to report no new COVID-19 cases, leaving the total number of diagnosed cases at 440. However, more than 4 million cases have been diagnosed globally from 187 countries and regions. As the current international epidemic situation remains severe, the Tourism Bureau of the Ministry of Transportation & Communications has reviewed existing travel restrictions in cooperation with the CECC.

TTIA named No. 2 worldwide for airport immigration service Photos - New Southbound Policy

TTIA named No. 2 worldwide for airport immigration service

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport earned the No. 2 spot for airport immigration service globally in the latest industry awards by U.K.-based air travel research group Skytrax. The facility in northern Taiwan moved up two places from its ranking last year in the annual survey examining the experiences of air travelers from more than 100 countries and territories at 550 airports worldwide.

StarLux to resume certain flights in June

Taiwanese startup carrier StarLux Airlines will resume certain flights to Macau and Malaysia's Penang in June as the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic slows, the company announced Friday.

8 countries call for Taiwan's WHA participation

Eight countries friendly to Taiwan have called on the World Health Organization (WHO) to grant observer status to Taiwan at the World Health Assembly (WHA), the WHO's decision-making body, given Taiwan's success in containing COVID-19.

CORONAVIRUS/Taiwan, Australia to team up on COVID-19 drug study

Taiwanese and Australian university researchers will work together on developing new drugs with potential efficacy against various viruses, including the SARS-CoV-2 virus that causes the COVID-19 disease, Taiwan's Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) said Thursday.

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