Nine more high-level foreign professionals have been granted ROC (Taiwan) citizenship without having to relinquish their original nationalities, according to the Ministry of the Interior Feb. 26.
The Youth Cultural Gardeners project is fostering links with regional partners. Shao Sheng Vietnam Traditional Music Ensemble is one of the many beneficiaries of the Ministry of Culture’s Youth Cultural Gardeners project designed to boost exchanges with New Southbound Policy target countries.
The global COVID-19 outbreak has disrupted the global automobile industry supply chain, causing auto makers and their suppliers to curtail or cease production due to a lack of parts. Taiwan plays a crucial role in producing high-quality and diversified auto parts, and Taiwanese suppliers specialize in offering customized solutions to fit different needs.
In response to the projected consequences of the novel coronavirus COVID-19, the Ministry of Culture has been working on mapping out the necessary precautions required for Ministry-affiliated venues while drafting a relief package to alleviate the outbreak's impact on culture and the arts.
To the Exhibitors, Visitors and Attendees, World Health Organization has declared Novel Coronavirus a public health emergency of international concern. Over 20 countries are fighting a serious battle against it.
El Nido in the Philippines is the most popular emerging travel destination for Taiwanese tourists, according to an analysis released Dec. 26 by online travel website Booking.com.
The MOFA is helping cultivate the country’s next generation of leaders. Initiated by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) in 2009, the program for college and graduate students aged 35 and under encourages participants to develop an interest in international affairs, promote Taiwan’s profile overseas and strengthen ties between the country and its like-minded partners.
A large number of universities in Taiwan are successfully participating in a talent development initiative overseen by the Ministry of Education in line with the New Southbound Policy.
Taiwan Expo has achieved amazing results over the past three years. Not only has Taiwanese manufacturers gathered more than 2,300 exhibitions in 6 countries and 14 cities, but it has also attracted nearly 300,000 visitors during the exhibition that has paved the way for manufacturers in the New Southbound market.
Octavio Peralta, Founder and CEO of the Philippine Council of Associations and Association Executives (PCAAE) and president of the Asia-Pacific Federation of Association Organizations (APFAO), shares his recent visit to Hualien.