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  • Cruise passengers in Taiwan to surpass 770,000 next year

    Discover how Taiwan is set to break records in 2024 with an estimated 399 cruise ship visits, bringing in around 773,000 passengers, a significant rise from 2023. Learn about the growing trend in cruise tourism among families, couples, and retirees.
    2024/05/13 16:02
  • Taiwan boosts job market with incentives for retirees

    Discover the latest employment incentive in Taiwan for retirees aged 45 and above. Learn how the Ministry of Labor’s NT$30,000 reward aims to boost job market reentry. Explore the initiative’s impact on labor participation rates among the over-55 age group.
    2024/02/17 17:08
  • 70 percent will fight if China attacks, study shows

    A paper published by the Washington-based think tank Global Taiwanese Institute reveals findings of mainstream public opinion on Taiwanese defense. The paper, titled "Conversations with the Taiwanese about Taiwan’s Defense," shows that 70 percent of Taiwanese are willing to fight in the event of a Chinese invasion, while 20 percent would leave and 10 percent would choose to surrender. The results are based on conversations conducted by Taiwanese-American U.S. Air Force captain Jimmy Chien during his six-week stay in Taiwan, which included discussions with university students and retirees. Chien’s research challenges the perception that increased military strength and pressure from China could lead to military action, as most Taiwanese do not consider this a likely scenario. He argues that Taiwanese people believe China must first address its domestic affairs before resorting to force against Taiwan. Chien also notes that Taiwanese people are aware that the U.S. military is unlikely to deploy troops in the event of a war, and therefore hope to receive non-combat aid, such as supplies and maintenance, from the U.S. as a show of support in battling enemy forces.
    2023/11/06 19:32
  • Taiwanese retirees seek lifelong learning, pension boost

    Taiwan is becoming an aging society, leading to an uptick in retirees reentering the job market in recent years. Many elderly individuals express a desire to stay connected with society and experience personal growth.
    2023/06/24 15:34
  • Taiwan’s low birth rate poses new problems for retirees

    Taiwan’s birth rate is set to become the lowest in the world in 2035. As the current life expectancy is 81.04 years, Taiwan is on track to become a super-aged society by 2025 with 20 percent of the population aged 65 or older.
    2023/01/19 18:56
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