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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.

2020 Taiwan Higher Education Fairs in East Malaysia Photos - New Southbound Policy

2020 Taiwan Higher Education Fairs in East Malaysia

The excellent study environment in Taiwan has always been one of the major factors that attract the Malaysian students to undertake further study there, and the 2020 Taiwan Higher Education Fairs held in East Malaysia showcased the wide range of programs and courses available in Taiwan’s universities.

Welcome to the online edition of the 2020 Taipei book fair Photos - New Southbound Policy

Welcome to the online edition of the 2020 Taipei book fair

The 2020 Taipei International Book Exhibition (TiBE) has been moved online and readers can now experience the grand expo from the comfort of their own homes starting May 15.

Taiwan and Australia Cooperate Together on Scientific Research to Fight Against Pandemics, and Jointly Develop New Anti-novel Coronavirus Drugs Photos - New Southbound Policy

Taiwan and Australia Cooperate Together on Scientific Research to Fight Against Pandemics, and Jointly Develop New Anti-novel Coronavirus Drugs

To support in containing the COVID-19 epidemic, the Ministry of Science and Technology Taiwan (MOST) proactively promotes cooperation between the domestic academic research community and foreign academic research institutions to assist in fighting the virus SARS-CoV-2.

The Collaborative Effort of Taiwan and India’s Science and Technology Innovation Center on Epidemic Prevention Photos - New Southbound Policy

The Collaborative Effort of Taiwan and India’s Science and Technology Innovation Center on Epidemic Prevention

To align with the New Southbound policy, the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST) has been providing funding for academic institutions in Taiwan and their counterparts in South and Southeast Asian countries to establish “Science and Technology Innovation Centers (STICs).” Since 2017, 12 STICs have been set up in 9 countries.

Taoyuan Airport drops five spots in world rankings to 18

Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport ranks 18th among the world's 100 best airports, five places down from last year, according to the Skytrax 2020 World Airport Awards released Monday. The airport did best in the category of Best Airport Immigration, in which it ranks second, compared with fourth last year, according to the list, which is based on votes by customers in the world's largest annual airport customer satisfaction survey carried out over a 6-month period.

Vice premier shares ‘Taiwan model’ with senior U.S. health official

The “Taiwan model” for fighting COVID-19 can be successfully adopted by democracies around the world, Vice Premier Chen Chi-mai (陳其邁) told United States Deputy Health Secretary Eric Hargan on Friday.

Palatable and Permissible Photos - New Southbound Policy

Palatable and Permissible

Muslim diners in Taiwan can find halal options to suit every budget.

Taiwan takes part in PACAF teleconference on COVID-19 response

Taiwan was among 19 countries that participated in a video conference on the response to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic, which was held last week by the United States Pacific Air Forces (PACAF). The virtual conference on April 29 focused on "sharing lessons learned regarding COVID-19 response, desires for resuming engagement and exercises in a post COVID world, and a commitment to continued cooperation across the Indo-Pacific region," PACAF said in press release on the weekend.

CORONAVIRUS/University hospital shows off protective device for COVID-19 care Photos - New Southbound Policy

CORONAVIRUS/University hospital shows off protective device for COVID-19 care

National Cheng Kung University Hospital unveiled Monday a lightweight protective tent designed to prevent the risk of infection while treating COVID-19 patients. Fang Pin-hui, a physician with the Tainan-based university's Department of Emergency Medicine who helped develop the concept, said doctors must be protected from getting infected, including during intubation after COVID-19 patients suffer respiratory failure.

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