To assist parents in educating children, Taiwan Light Up Social Caring Association will host a family education course and invite a professional lecturer, Yang Yijing (楊依靜), to share how to manage family relationships.
Women usually feel much pressure from work, raising children, or playing different roles in their families but most of the time, they don't have much time to relax. Hence, to help new immigrant women relax their bodies and minds, Kaosiung City New Immigrant Family Service Center invites a lecturer to lead them to use massage to reduce anxiety in life.
To enhance second-generation children’s abilities, the New Immigrant Family Service Center of Hsinchu Social Affairs Department recently held a cuisine workshop and invited 24 mothers and children from Vietnam, Myanmar, Malaysia, Indonesia, the Philippines, China, and Cambodia.
The New Immigrant Family Service Center of Taoyuan Social Affairs Bureau is scheduled to host the "109th New Immigrant Interpreter Training Program" recruiting people who speak Indonesian, Thai, or Filipino and have the ability to listen, speak, read and write in Chinese.
New immigrants are an integral part of Taiwanese society and are key to making the country beautiful, said Interior Minister Hsu Kuo-yung (徐國勇) during a charity sale for migrant workers. "Because of Taiwan's new immigrants, the country has become like a beautiful painting. They have become an integral part of Taiwan's beauty," Hsu said.
The 2020 Southeast Asian Broadcast Talents Training Program subsidized by New Immigrant Development Fund has started yesterday (June 6) to recruit new immigrants from Southeast Asian countries.
To continue to take care of new immigrants in Nantou County and enhance new immigrants' knowledge and concepts of health, Nantou County Government has commissioned Nantou County Lifeline Association to operate Nantou County New Immigrant Family Service Center and host an exotic healthy diet teaching sharing and banquet on June 6 at Nantou County Museum of Women and Children.
Eid al-Fitr, from the evening of May 23 to the evening of May 24, is an annual significant festival for migrant workers in Taiwan.
A Taipei church has been giving away free groceries and daily necessities to migrant workers and international students since late April, to help them through the new coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, a priest at the church said Friday. The events, held every Monday at Taipei's Saint Christopher's Church until the end of July, allow workers and students to select fresh vegetables, rice, frozen meat and fish, tea, and canned fish off metal racks.
Would you like to understand the beauty of voices? Would you like to know the secrets of the broadcasting industry? Do you want to be part of the industry? A new program, "Southeast Asian Broadcast Talents Training Program" has now started, subsidized by the Ministry of the Interior and organized by the Chinese Association for Foreign Spouses and Labor's Voice.