Everyone knows the beauty of Taichung, Thailand’s well-known travel show “Pha Sa BAZAAR” came to Taiwan for 5 days since July 20 and film famous attractions in Taichung, Changhua and Nantou.
The Asia Discovers Asia Meeting for Contemporary Performance (ADAM) is organized by the Taipei Performing Arts Center (TPAC). At its core is the encouragement of creativity through cross-national artist collaborations. ADAM is currently entering its third year. Its Annual Meeting will take place August 15 to 18 at the Dadaocheng Theater and include Artist Lab, Kitchen and Assembly events.
Taipei, July 30 (CNA) Taiwan defeated Peru 3-2 Tuesday to win the World Baseball Softball Confederation (WBSC) U-12 Softball World Cup, an international tournament for players under the age of 12.
Taoyuan City Mayor Cheng Wen-Tsan attended the “ACG summer dance party of 2019 Taoyuan International ACG Fair” held in Taoyuan Arts Center on July 28. Taoyuan City Mayor Cheng stated that ACG is fond by people at all ages, and having ACG fair adds value to its culture as well.
A Meeting of Happy Country and Happy City Mayor Lin Chih-chien Talked about Happiness with Bhutanese Couple
The happiest city in Taiwan, Hsinchu, met the happy kingdom, Bhutan! Hsinchu City has been the happiest city in Taiwan for three years in a row, attracting a couple from the happiest countries, Bhutan.
Taipei City Government Sides with Enterprises in Taiwan Expo 2019 in Malaysia, Fetching A Million Worth of Orders
Taiwan Expo 2019 in Malaysia concluded successfully in Penang on July 6. This was the second consecutive year that Taipei City Government has participated in Malaysia exhibitions. With “Taipei Your Partner” as the theme, 16 enterprises and manufacturers jointly participated in the Expo to promote Taipei’s premium products and services to Malaysia through on-line sales along with on-site exhibitions.
2019 Asia Pacific Cities Summit and Mayors' Forum will place in Brisbane, Australia from July 7 to 10, and Taichung City Deputy Mayor Bruce Linghu has been invited to participate in the event on behalf of Mayor Shiow-yen Lu, where he met with representatives from Taichung's sister city Auckland (New Zealand), Uvs Province (Mongolia), Government of Queensland, Busan (South Korea), and Ichikawa City (Chiba Prefecture, Japan) to discuss collaborations between cities.
The 2019 Asia Pacific Cities Summit and Mayors' Forum will place in Brisbane, Australia from July 7 to 10, and Taichung City Deputy Mayor Bruce Linghu has been invited to participate in the event. Today (8th), he signed an MOU on international exchange with Brisbane Mayor Adrian Schrinner to promote exchanges and collaboration between the 2 cities in areas such as innovation development, investment, sports, education, tourism, and disaster management.
In order to strengthen the promotion for the Thai tourist market and enhance the city's popularity, the Department of Information and Tourism, Taipei City Government specially invited “Mint”, the owner of Facebook fanpage with over million fans, a YouTuber who has followers more than 330,000 people and also one of Thailand's top five tourism bloggers, to travel in Taipei and shoot a promotional video.
Taipei policies for new residents are included in the new service system for migrant workers that will be launched this July.
In order to build a friendly city for migrants, the Department of Labor of the Taipei City Government has developed and consolidated many working teams to implement the social policies for migrant care workers. The main areas of action of this new care system include labor protection, skills training and care resources. This new system will be launched this July.