Over 200 animal lovers and animal rights activists in Taipei joined thousands around the world on Sunday to commemorate an annual international event that raises awareness of animal rights.
The Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts and Mori Art Museum are proud to collaboratively present the SUNSHOWER: Contemporary Art from Southeast Asia 1980s to Now, focusing on the most striking contemporary art in Southeast Asia. Since the 1980s, the development of contemporary art in respective countries has reflected the changes and complexities of ethnical, political, economics, cultural, and historical issues of the region.
The Ministry of Economic Affairs ( MOEA) held the Industry Job Fair - Smart Machinery in Taichung on the 4th, which drew more than 100 enterprises to take part, offering over 2,400 job opportunities. Over 60% of these jobs pay over $40,000 per month. Hence, many people attended in search of their ideal job.
Taichung City Hall Launches Free Chinese Lessons for Vietnamese and Indonesian Migrant Workers on May 19
In order to help migrant workers get used to working and living in Taiwan, Taichung City Labor Affairs Bureau continues to organize free Chinese lessons that have received wide acclaim. In particular, the first Chinese class for Vietnamese and Indonesian migrant workers was conducted in March for 51 students; the second class will commence on May 19 and registration is now open. The Labor Affairs Bureau welcomes all migrant workers to sign up for the class, and an appeal is made to the employers
In recent years, issues such as Big Data, Artificial Intelligence (AI), Internet of Things (IoT) and Cloud Technology (Cloud) are the center of attention. Governments, enterprises and schools need to develop and challenge this trend. , to obtain and provide more convenient and useful data and information services.
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.
Taipei City calls upon all local employers of Indonesian migrant workers to grant them time off to vote. Indonesia’s Presidential Election, which takes place once every 6 years, will be held on April 17, 2019.overseas voting for Indonesians in Taiwan has been scheduled for April 14 (Sunday). The Department of Labor (DOL) has specially called upon the employers to give migrant workers some time off so they could cast their votes and take part in the momentous democratic election.
The 2019 Taiwan gourmet cuisine promotion was launched March 19 in Taipei City, underscoring the commitment of the government to sharing the country’s distinct food culture with the world.
On April 9, 16, 11, and 12, in Taipei, Taichung, Tainan and Kaohsiung, TIPO will hold the 2019 Information Session on Trademark Laws. All members of the public are encouraged to take part.
To assist businesses in establishing reasonable confidentiality measures so as to protect trade secrets while ensuring a competitive advantage, TIPO and the Taiwan Association for Trade Secrets Protection (TTSP) hold three seminars on appropriate confidentiality measures in Taipei (Feb 26), Taichung (March 8), and Tainan (April 3).