Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang is urging the public to remain vigilant against the threat of African swine fever in imported pork products over the Lunar New Year. His call came during a visit to Taipei’s mail processing center on Wednesday.
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.
The 2021 Taiwan Lantern Festival has been cancelled due to the Central Government’s ongoing efforts to prevent the spread of COVID-19
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.
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.
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.
Kaohsiung and Taipei Cities have been selected to host the Taiwan Lantern Festival in 2022 and 2023, respectively, the Tourism Bureau under the Ministry of Transportation and Communications said Jan. 14.
The Indonesian government has postponed a new migrant labor policy that would have meant Taiwanese employers pay more of their employees’ recruitment fees. The policy was meant to come into force today, but the government has delayed it until July 15. It says this is because local governments have not finished planning their budgets.
The Executive Yuan 11th National Science and Technology Conference ended successfully in December 2020. There are many important consensuses of topic in conclusion. In the aspect of “Talent and Value Creation”, the consensus focus on to develop human capital and to cultivate the international talents in key fields. The policy goal is to outline technology vision of Taiwan including innovation, inclusiveness, and sustainability.