A group of Taiwanese beauty and cosmetics vendors have opened a pop-up store in a shopping mall in downturn Kuala Lumpur in a bid to impress Malaysian consumers there and eventually boost exports.
The number of Southeast Asian visitors to Taiwan rose 13.8 percent to a record 2.42 million last year, spotlighting the success of the government’s New Southbound Policy, the Ministry of the Interior said April 17.
Taipei is working with Taiwan Adventist Hospital to increase the number of Muslim-friendly medical centers in the metropolis as part of its efforts to provide a welcoming environment for Muslim residents and visitors, according to the city government April 15.
Badminton World No. 1 Tai Tzu-ying of Taiwan retained her women’s singles title at the Singapore Open April 14, overcoming Nozomi Okuhara of Japan to claim the lion’s share of the total US$355,000 in prize money.
Every spring, throngs of worshippers parade through cities and counties across Taiwan alongside palanquins bearing statues of Mazu, goddess of the sea. These pilgrimages are among the most anticipated annual religious events in the country, drawing large numbers of revelers and curious onlookers from home and abroad.
Badminton World No. 1 Tai Tzu-ying of Taiwan retained her women’s singles title at the Malaysia Open 2019 April 7 in Kuala Lumpur, overcoming Akane Yamaguchi of Japan to claim the champion’s purse of US$49,000.
Taoyuan City Mayor Cheng Wen-Tsan met the visiting group led by Ms. Trevina Schwarz, acting vice mayor of Logan City, Australia, at the city government hall on March 29. Taoyuan City Mayor Cheng Wen-Tsan stated this year was the 24th year after Taoyuan City and Logan City became sister cities. The communication between these two cities became active in the past 2 years ago. Logan City was in Queensland Province, Australia and close to Brisbane. The city was an emerging city in residence, transpo
The 12th Asian Airgun Championship is underway at the National Shooting Training Base-Gongxi Shooting Range in Taoyuan City, northern Taiwan.
A memorandum of understanding on disaster prevention and preparedness cooperation was concluded between the National Science and Technology Center for Disaster Reduction (NCDR) and the Nepalese municipalities of Baijanath Rural and Kohalpur March 27 in New Taipei City.
A record number of exhibitors and officials are set to attend the Smart City Summit and Expo March 26-29 in Taipei City, spotlighting Taiwan’s expertise in developing cutting-edge intelligent urban solutions.