Taiwan boasts the 20th-best intellectual property environment in the world, according to the latest survey released Feb. 8 by Washington-based Global Innovation Policy Center under the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
Six cell therapies recently approved by the government to treat medical issues including cancer, degenerative joint disease and skin wounds are expected to be available at permitted medical centers by the end of February, the Cabinet said Feb. 10.
The 2019 Taipei International Book Exhibition is set to kick off Feb. 12 at Taipei World Trade Center, spotlighting Taiwan’s vibrant publishing sector while offering visitors a feast of literature from around the globe.
Taiwan's Chang Kai-chen (張凱貞) and Hsu Ching-wen (徐竫雯) emerged as champions in the women's doubles competition at the Launceston Tennis International in Australia on Saturday.
The introduction of a U.S. Senate bill promoting observer status for Taiwan in the World Health Organization was welcomed Jan. 30 by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
Taiwan ranks 10th out of 180 economies around the world in the latest Index of Economic Freedom released Jan. 25 by Washington-based think tank The Heritage Foundation, marking its best ever result in the annual report.
Minister without Portfolio Audrey Tang and Taiwan venture capitalist Lee Kai-fu were named among U.S.-based magazine Foreign Policy’s 100 global thinkers Jan. 23.
A group of 10 Taiwan indigenous teenagers is set to visit members of the Maori Ngati Manu community in New Zealand Feb. 9-18 as part of a cultural exchange initiative aimed at deepening ties between tribes, the Cabinet-level Council of Indigenous Peoples said Jan. 26.
Google announced Jan. 23 that its first renewable energy project in Asia will be located in southern Taiwan’s Tainan City, a move that reflects the company’s support for the government’s green power policies.
Taiwanese designer Qing-yang Xiao has been nominated for an award in the category of best recording package at the 2019 Grammy Awards for his work on rock band The Chairman’s album “The Offering.” At a press conference called in advance of the artists’ departure to attend the event, Premier Su Tseng-chang offered his best wishes for a win that would bring honor and prestige to Taiwan.