Local and Philippine community members in Hsinchu County are collaborating to hold a year-end battle of the bands competition next month, in which groups formed by overseas Filipino workers will take the stage in the county's Hukou Township, the organizers said Wednesday.
Migrant Day Event in Tainan is coming. Immigration Agency moves the event to Tainan this year. Alongside with the Tainan City Hall, “Taiwan, Diversity Calls It Home Migrant Day event is going to hold at Chimei Museum on Dec 8th.
A friendly immigrant football competition between eight teams comprised of migrant players was launched in Taipei on Sunday, with hundreds of people gathered at a local sports stadium for the opening ceremony and to watch the first four games.
The immigration agency service center in Yunlin drove a service car to Yunlin Er Lun elementary school with the Yunlin District Prosecutors Office to promote the concept of anti-bribery to those second generation of the new residents.
Hsinchu Social Affair Bureau published new resident passport for people to go along with the map to find the 12 new residents owned restaurants and craft shops, a new special way to experience diversity culture in Hsinchu.
2019 New Taipei City and new resident literary awards was held on Nov 16th. Mayor Hou You Yi, who was the award presenter, stated that New Taipei City has the largest number of new resident population in Taiwan, now reached to one hundred thousand people.
The annual Water Lantern Festival will kick off at the Rainbow Bridge by the Xikou Wharf at 15:00 on November 17, 2019. Besides traditional Southeast Asian water lanterns, star-shaped water lanterns are also designed this year to let visitors make a wish to the stars so that they do not have to travel abroad to experience Southeast Asian water lantern culture.
The Taipei City International Migrant Worker Vocational Training Course Achievement Exhibition will be held at Taipei Main Station’s multifunctional performance hall on November 10, 2019. This year, a total of 18 courses saw participation from 227 migrant workers, endowing them with an abundance of new knowledge.
Training classes for Taipei City migrant workers have begun! Free training is now available for international migrant workers from Indonesia, Vietnam, the Philippines, and Thailand to enrich their professional and language skills.
Migrant workers from Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines staged separate protests in Taipei on Sunday to demand the abolishment of all placement agencies and the enforcement of a compulsory government-to-government hiring system. The protesting workers, holding streamers and placards reading "Abolish the brokerage system, we want G2G" (government to government) in their own languages, rallied outside the Indonesia Economic and Trade Office (IETO) to Taipei, the Manila Cultural and Economic