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  • Taiwan takes step towards international human rights norms

    Taiwan intends to follow the U.S. lead and outlaw the import and export of goods made using forced labor. With a preliminary resolution to alter the "Human Trafficking Prevention Act" by the Ministry of the Interior to establish a legal foundation, the Executive Yuan has called for many inter-ministerial discussions.  Following the amendment’s completion and implementation, the Ministry of Labor will be in charge of identifying goods made using forced labor. Border control will be managed by the Ministry of Finance’s Customs Administration. "Import and export are both prohibited. A representative of the administration stated, "The regulation is bidirectional.
    2024/04/15 14:48
  • Digital Minister unveils plan to combat fraud and scams

    Digital Minister Audrey Tang announced on Friday (April 12) that the Ministry of Digital Affairs (MODA) plans to launch an act that punishes frauds and scams in collaboration with the Ministry of the Interior next week. Furthermore, to discuss AI-related concerns, MODA is organizing an online meeting next week with major players in the business, including Meta, Google, Microsoft, and Open AI.
    2024/04/12 17:41
  • Taiwan’s Land Planning Project faces implementation hurdles

    Taiwan’s Minister of Interior, Lin Yu-chang, underscores the importance of the National Land Planning Project during a legislative interview, addressing concerns raised by lawmakers. The project, set to be implemented next year, requires local governments to submit zoning maps to the Ministry of Interior by June. Vice Premier Cheng Wen-tsan will hold a meeting to discuss a possible timeline extension. Lin also touches on the "Pedestrian Traffic Safety Facilities Act," aiming to enhance pedestrian safety and environment. Central government emphasizes the significance of local government compliance with the bill.
    2024/03/27 15:54
  • Legislative Yuan probes digital ID card policy delay

    Legislators in Taiwan’s Internal Administration Committee discuss the "Digital ID card replacement policy and budget execution," leading to a special investigation team being set up. The Executive Yuan’s decision to postpone the project in 2021 resulted in contract disputes and mediation, with a reduced payout of NT$280 million. The Ministry of the Interior allocated NT$63.75 million in the 2024 budget for suspension costs. Legislators questioned the project’s total expenditure, with Minister Lin Yu-chang clarifying that the project is postponed, not terminated, due to heightened information security demands.
    2024/03/18 15:07
  • Premier considers national Labor Day holiday amendment

    Premier Chen Chien-Jen addresses inquiries on the possibility of a unified Labor Day holiday on May 1 in Taiwan, pending a meeting with the Ministry of the Interior. Legislation amendments may be considered if a decision is reached before May 20, as discussed in response to concerns raised by KMT legislator Wang Hung-wei and the National Federation of Teachers Unions.
    2024/03/15 17:52
  • Taiwan to launch 320 civilian emergency response teams

    The Executive Yuan unveils plans for the Taiwan Community Emergency Response Team (T-CERT) in a recent policy report, aiming to establish 320 teams with 8,000 members within five years. Training will involve various sectors, drawing parallels to the civilian defense concept of the Kuma Academy. Despite opposition from Kuomintang legislators, the initiative focuses on disaster response, not military operations, in line with Taiwan’s Disaster Prevention and Protection Act. The teams, inspired by FEMA recommendations, are supported by the Ministry of the Interior and Ministry of National Defense.
    2024/02/20 16:37
  • Over 70% of Taiwanese oppose death penalty abolition

    A survey conducted by ETtoday revealed that 73.5% of respondents oppose the abolition of the death penalty, while 21.8% support its abolition. Among those opposing, 52.1% were vehemently against the notion, with 21.4% somewhat against it. Among advocates for abolition, 14.1% were strong supporters, and 7.7% moderately so. The survey also found that 85.0% of interviewees believe current laws excessively protect offenders, with 47.2% considering the protection extremely excessive and 36.8% believing it is merely excessive. Only 3.1% thought the protection was insufficient. The recent fatal slashing of a junior high school student in New Taipei has brought the issue of capital punishment back into the spotlight. In response to the tragedy, 41.4% of respondents primarily blame parents or guardians, 25.1% the central government, 17.4% school management, and 12.0% the local government. The survey was conducted from Dec. 31 to Jan. 1, with a valid sample size of 1,557 targeting Taiwanese aged 20 and above. The margin of error was plus or minus 2.48%. The survey was delivered via a mobile text message link to an online questionnaire and sample weighting was done using population statistics provided by the Ministry of the Interior.
    2024/01/02 14:07
  • Over 500 Taiwanese stranded in Japan after earthquake: MOFA

    Taiwan’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has reported that 547 Taiwanese people are currently stranded in Japan following a 7.6 magnitude earthquake in Ishikawa Prefecture. All Taiwanese tour group members have been confirmed safe. Tourists from four travel agencies, including Colatour, Lion Travel, Richmond Tours, and Star Travel, were affected by the disaster. Additionally, 20 individual travelers are stuck at Niigata Airport due to its closure. The earthquake has resulted in at least six fatalities, dozens of injuries, and severe damage, including house fires, collapses, road fractures, and airport closures. More than 30,000 homes in Ishikawa and 1,100 homes in Niigata are without power, with disruption to water supplies. Taiwan’s Ministry of the Interior is preparing an international rescue team to dispatch to Japan, and the Japanese government has been informed of Taiwan’s readiness to help. MOFA advises Taiwanese citizens to contact the consulate in Osaka for assistance.
    2024/01/02 10:40
  • 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
  • Gov’t set to surpass social housing goal by 107% next year

    The National Property Administration (NPA) in Taipei expects to exceed its goal of 200,000 social housing units by next year by 107 percent. Currently, there are already 94,023 social housing units completed or under construction, surpassing this year’s target of 20,000 units. The NPA provides rental housing matchmaking services to socioeconomically disadvantaged groups using private residential resources and professional management. Additionally, the NPA has proposed a new housing policy goal for 2025-2032, aiming to establish 250,000 direct social housing units, 250,000 units under rental management, and 500,000 units with rent subsidies. The NPA plans to implement more comprehensive housing policies to address the housing needs of different groups and alleviate the public’s housing burden.
    2023/12/21 17:50
  • CEC clears DPP’s Hsiao of dual nationality claims

    The Central Election Commission (CEC) has denied media reports questioning the past nationality of Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) vice-presidential candidate Hsiao Bi-khim. The CEC requested verification from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Ministry of the Interior regarding the nationality status of presidential candidates, and found no records of nationality restoration or naturalization for Hsiao. The CEC emphasized that all candidates met the legal requirements without holding foreign nationality, as determined by the Presidential and Vice Presidential Election and Recall Act. The doubts raised about Hsiao’s nationality were deemed beyond the CEC’s legal mandate, preventing further investigation.
    2023/12/16 16:49
  • Interior Ministry boosts funds for religious property law

    The Ministry of the Interior in Taiwan has announced that it will allocate NT$10 million for the implementation of the Provisional Act Governing Religious Groups Registering Real Estate in the Name of a Natural Person. This legislation aims to address issues surrounding properties acquired by religious groups but registered under individual names. Minister Lin Yu-chang made the announcement during a visit to Bali Zihuang Tianyi Zhenqing temple, emphasizing the outreach to temples across Taiwan to communicate the details of the Act. In addition, the Ministry plans to increase government subsidies for temple activities, committing an additional NT$15 million to support these communities, a significant increase from the previous annual subsidy of NT$420,000. The Department of Religious and Ceremonial Affairs, established last year, will administer these initiatives, with the new budget allocations facilitated through local governments to ensure a seamless implementation and the preservation of Taiwan’s religious landscape.
    2023/12/08 18:03
  • 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
  • MOEA refutes Ko’s corruption allegations amid pandemic

    The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) demanded an apology from Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) chairman Ko Wen-je for his corruption allegations against the government in producing face masks. The MOEA refuted Ko’s claims, stating the lack of evidence and emphasizing the need for public servants to ensure mask supply during the pandemic. Ko made the accusations during a campaign event, implicating the ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) in corruption cases involving masks, the Medigen COVID-19 vaccine, and egg imports. The MOEA referred to a previous incident where former Minister of the Interior Lee Hong-yuan apologized for baseless accusations and urged Ko to do the same.
    2023/11/22 20:35
  • Subsidy plan to aid 275,000 Taiwanese students

    Taiwan’s Premier Chen Chien-jen has approved a subsidy plan for university students, providing NT$5,000 per semester for on-campus students and NT$7,000 per semester for disadvantaged students. The plan, discussed in a joint meeting between the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of the Interior, will be implemented starting in February 2024. Originally, the plan called for monthly payments, but it was decided that a per-semester scheme would be more appropriate. The subsidies will be adjusted to a standard NT$5,000 per semester, with an additional NT$2,000 for disadvantaged students, and will become routine remittances. The cost of the plan is projected to be nearly NT$2.8 billion annually, paid from the Ministry of the Interior’s housing fund. Approximately 275,000 university students are expected to benefit from this plan, pending ratification at the upcoming Executive Yuan meeting. Premier Chen emphasized that the government is strategically committed to enhancing support and well-being for the nation’s university students.
    2023/11/19 15:54
  • Taipei 101 records 2nd highest office rental rate in 2023

    Taipei 101 secures its position as one of the most expensive office spaces in Taipei for 2023, with rental rates on its 69th floor reaching NT$4,803 per ping. Cathay Landmark slightly surpasses this, setting a high bar in the city’s real estate market.
    2023/11/14 12:21
  • 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
  • Atayal tribesman wins case for romanized name registration

    The Taipei High Administrative Court ruled in favor of indigenous Atayal tribesman Bawtu Payen, allowing him to register his Romanized name at a household registration office in Luzhou. The court upheld the constitutional right of indigenous people to determine their names and stated that refusing to allow the Romanized version of indigenous names infringes upon this right. Payen had previously been denied using his Romanized tribal name on his ID card, prompting him to take the case to the administrative court. This is the first ruling in favor of an indigenous person registering their tribal name in Roman letters. The Ministry of the Interior respected the ruling and has been considering allowing indigenous people to register in their traditional names or Roman pinyin since February 2022. Payen argued that forcing indigenous people to write their names in Chinese infringes upon their cultural identity and naming rights, emphasizing the historical and socio-cultural significance tribal names hold for indigenous groups.
    2023/11/09 10:05
  • 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
  • MOE proposes monthly subsidy for on-campus students

    The Ministry of Education in Taiwan has proposed a monthly subsidy of NT$1,200 to NT$1,500 for students living on campus, starting in February 2024. This initiative is expected to benefit approximately 260,000 students residing in public and private universities. The Education and Culture Committee of the Legislative Yuan examined the ministry’s budget for 2024, with some legislators suggesting the extension of the rent subsidy program to include on-campus students. The central government had previously expanded the rent subsidy policy for off-campus students in July, offering a monthly subsidy of NT$2,400 to NT$3,600. Additionally, legislators are interested in discussing a special program for college students with the Ministry of the Interior. The Department of Higher Education has confirmed its intention to provide a defined monthly subsidy to on-campus resident students, initially planning to offer NT$1,200 to NT$1,500 per month.
    2023/11/06 20:39
  • Taiwan’s unequal stance on same-sex marriage stirs dispute

    President Tsai Ing-wen’s public address on Facebook praising Taiwan’s LGBTQ+ community and their rights to start families without discrimination sparked a backlash. Critics accused the government of having double standards by not extending the same rights to same-sex couples from China. The Ministry of the Interior expanded same-sex marriage to transnational couples from countries where it is not yet legalized, but couples from China were excluded. The Mainland Affairs Council stated that scheduling opportunities for cross-strait same-sex marriage were hindered by differing legal measures and China’s lack of approval. Despite the government’s promise to fulfill its commitment, LGBTQ+ advocacy groups highlighted the unequal treatment of transnational couples in the expansion of same-sex marriage rights.
    2023/11/06 18:09
  • MND responds to call for arming Taiwanese citizens

    The All-Out Defense Mobilization Agency, in collaboration with Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense and Ministry of the Interior, is working to enhance citizens’ defense capability in response to a legislator’s proposal to arm every citizen in Taiwan. This comes as the Republic of China faces frequent military exercises from mainland China, leading to increased tensions in the Taiwan Strait. Authorities pledge to adjust civil defense team grouping to achieve the concept of all-out defense.
    2023/11/05 20:53
  • Taiwan to draft 9,100 men for military service in 2024

    Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense (MND) has announced plans to conscript around 9,100 men for one-year compulsory military service in 2024. The MND, in collaboration with the Ministry of Interior, has completed preliminary plans for monthly conscription. The enlisted men will be assigned to various locations across the island, including eastern defense units, rescue teams, and other guard units. Additionally, conscripts will have the option to serve in offshore islands or scheduled military units based on their specific civilian skills.
    2023/10/31 17:55
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