A delegation of Taiwan musicians and music industry representatives is set to visit Malaysia Aug. 28-31, underscoring government efforts to bolster cultural ties with Southeast Asia.
”2019 Asian University Football Tournament” is scheduled to be held from September 18 to 26, hosted by the Tainan Municipal Government. This sports event will kick off in Tainan Track and Field Stadium and the Tainan Football Stadium. 12 teams from different countries including our outstanding players from Taiwan will compete for the highest honors. We invite all football fans to come and enjoy the games.
The International Conference on Biofertilizers and Biopesticides kicked off Aug. 20 in the southern county of Pingtung, spotlighting Taiwan’s role in promoting environmentally friendly farming techniques.
A trailblazing sleepover promotion affording international visitors the opportunity to experience firsthand Taiwan’s historic Presidential Office Building was launched Aug. 12 in Taipei City.
Taiwan overcame a spirited India to claim its first gold in the Asian Men’s U23 Volleyball Championship Aug. 11 in Nay Pyi Taw, Myanmar.
An Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation conference on medical information sharing wrapped up Aug. 9 in Taipei City, spotlighting the government’s success in advancing APEC health and well-being initiatives.
Tokyo-based Asian Productivity Organization launched its Center of Excellence on Smart Manufacturing Aug. 6 in Taichung, reflecting global recognition of the central Taiwan city’s high-tech prowess.
Malaysian Internet Sensation, Xue Jie Spend Chinese Valentine’s Day Together – Experiencing the Romantic Ambiance of Qixi Festival
In an effort to expand the Malaysian and Muslim travel markets, Commissioner Liu Yi-ting of the Department of Information and Tourism and Taipei City Government Deputy Spokesperson Huang Ching-yin (also known as “Xue Jie”) experienced Yue Lao’s (Matchmaking God) red yarn knitting – symbolizing the bringing together of couples through matchmaking – with emerging Malaysian actress Elvina Mohamad and Internet sensation Stephy at the Fleisch Tea House in Dadaocheng today (August 3).
The University Mobility in Asia and the Pacific Discovery Camp kicked off Aug. 5 in Taipei City as part of government efforts bolstering cultural and educational exchanges throughout the Asia-Pacific.
Taiwan ace Chou Tien-chen claimed the men’s singles at the Thailand Open Aug. 4 in Bangkok to win his second Badminton World Federation tour title of the season.