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    MOI 結果共13筆

  • Taiwan’s military faces manpower crunch as births decline

    Discover how Taiwan addresses its military manpower challenge amid a declining birth rate, with conscriptable males falling below 100,000. Learn about the MOI’s law amendments and the MND’s efforts to boost numbers.
    2024/06/24 13:31
  • Taiwan’s Executive Yuan backs new pedestrian safety plan

    Discover how Taiwan’s Executive Yuan is enhancing pedestrian safety through a comprehensive plan involving the MOTC and MOI, targeting 799 intersections and 200 schools for improvements by year-end.
    2024/06/21 15:39
  • MOI approves phase two of CTSP expansion, meeting TSMC needs

    The urban planning committee of Taiwan’s Ministry of the Interior (MOI) has approved phase two of the Central Taiwan Science Park (CTSP) expansion project, which is closely linked to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC). This project aims to meet the advanced manufacturing needs of Taiwan’s semiconductor industry. The CTSP administration received support from committee members, and the land is expected to be handed over to factories by mid-2024 for public works construction. The expansion will convert agricultural and institutional land into a specialized area and public facility space spanning 89 hectares. In addition to creating 4,500 jobs to strengthen the semiconductor industry, the project will also align with climate change strategies and targets for a net-zero path by 2050. This includes a timeline for the supply of reclaimed water and renewable energy. The MOI emphasizes that these strategies and targets will respond to international sustainability goals while balancing global competitiveness with local sustainable development.
    2023/12/26 22:14
  • Voters in Taiwan can verify data online: MOI

    The Ministry of the Interior (MOI) has announced that the public can check their voting rights information by using their ID card and birth date on the Department of Household Registration website from December 26 to December 28. People can also visit local township, city, or district offices to check the list of eligible voters and request a correction if there is inaccurate data. To have voting rights, individuals must be at least 20 years old and have continuously resided in the free area of the Republic of China for at least six months for presidential elections, and at least four months in the respective constituency for legislative elections. The voters’ list will be compiled using records from 20 days before election day. The Department of Household Registration will also enable online inquiries about polling station locations from January 8 to 13, 2024, to assist individuals who do not live at their registered addresses or have not received a voting notification.
    2023/12/26 15:55
  • MOI warns against ’cognitive warfare’ ahead of elections

    The Minister of the Interior in Taiwan warns of the prevalence of "cognitive warfare" tactics ahead of the upcoming election, describing the misleading information as a mixture of truth and falsehoods that are difficult to distinguish. He urges the public to exercise discernment and caution, emphasizing the importance of smooth elections. The warning follows reports that surveillance data from Taiwanese intelligence agencies is being sold on the dark web, potentially compromising the privacy of political figures and foreign personnel in Taiwan. The Minister assures that relevant departments are addressing the breach in surveillance data.
    2023/12/07 18:45
  • MOI confirms all election candidates meet nationality rules

    The Ministry of the Interior has confirmed that all six candidates from the three presidential and vice-presidential teams meet the nationality requirements for the upcoming elections. The Central Election Commission is set to review the qualifications of the candidates, which is crucial amidst citizenship disputes involving the vice-presidential candidates of the Democratic Progressive Party and the Taiwan People’s Party. The announcement by the CEC is highly anticipated as it will address the legitimacy concerns and allow the candidates to proceed with their campaigns without legal challenges.
    2023/12/04 15:29
  • MOI reports 25% increase in foreigners relocating to Taiwan

    Taiwan experiences a record 25% increase in foreign relocations, reaching 85,814 in 2022, as government initiatives and a stable economic environment make it an increasingly attractive destination for skilled foreigners.
    2023/11/13 20:36
  • Gov’t criticized for subsidy program ahead of elections

    The Taiwanese government is set to launch a new subsidy program in February 2023, providing consistent allowances to college students living in dormitories. The program, initiated by the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Ministry of the Interior (MOI), aims to alleviate economic burdens on students and allow them to focus on their future. Approximately 260,000 students are expected to benefit from the program, which will require an annual expenditure of NT$20 billion to NT$30 billion. The subsidy is estimated to range from NT$1,200 to NT$1,500 per month and will be submitted to the Executive Yuan for examination. The government emphasizes its commitment to youth welfare and ensuring equal opportunities for all students, regardless of their living arrangements.
    2023/11/08 18:59
  • MOE’s dorm fee subsidy to help students combat inflation

    The Ministry of Education (MOE) will offer subsidies to students living in public and private university dormitories starting in February next year. The subsidy program, supported by the Ministry of the Interior (MOI), will provide monthly subsidies ranging from NT$1200 to NT$1500. The estimated budget of NT$27.5 billion will benefit approximately 260,000 students. The subsidies will be available to all students, regardless of their financial background. Additionally, low or mid-low-income students will receive an additional subsidy that is 1.4 times the original amount. This initiative has been praised by Wang Han-yang, president of an MOI-based civil group, and student group EdYouth, as it will alleviate financial pressures and reduce the need for loans among economically stressed students.
    2023/11/08 18:56
  • MOI reviews amendments for firefighters’ association rights

    Taiwan’s Interior Minister, Lin Yu-chang, has assured public service firefighters that their demands, including the formation of unions, will be met by the government. The Ministry is considering amendments to the Civil Servant Association Act to accommodate these demands.
    2023/10/04 18:31
  • Digital transaction boom in Taiwan coincides with scams rise

    As digital transactions simplify everyday life for many in Taiwan, they have also become a convenient tool for scammers targeting unsuspecting victims. Statistics provided by the National Policy Agency (NPA) under the Ministry of the Interior (MOI) reveal that Taiwan has witnessed over 20,000 annual scam cases since 2017.
    2023/07/11 16:59
  • NT$30 billion rental subsidy to help ease financial burdens

    The central government has expanded its rental subsidy program, allocating a budget of NT$30 billion. The application period commenced on Monday (June 3) and will conclude at 5 p.m. on Dec. 31 next year.
    2023/07/05 16:01
  • 「全球最高顏值50國」出爐!印度奪冠 亞洲12國入榜

    全球哪國人的外表最吸引人,一直令外界爭論不休;近日英國跨國時裝、內衣、泳衣零售商「Pour Moi」公布了一份「全球最具吸引力的50國人」(The 50 most attractive nationalities)榜單,結果印度拿下第一,亞洲有12國擠進前50;不過大家普遍認為高顏值的南韓,則未入選名單。
    2023/03/08 10:09
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