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  • Legislators call for hold on Taiwan Railway fare increase

    Explore the ongoing debate over Taiwan Railway fare adjustments after 29 years, highlighting concerns over regional fairness, service quality, and the need for comprehensive analysis before implementing changes.
    2024/05/07 15:01
  • Taiwan Railway eyes first fare hike in nearly three decades

    Explore the potential fare increase for Taiwan Railway Corporation as Deputy Minister Allen Hu announces a comprehensive review to adjust ticket prices after 29 years, amidst discussions on improving train punctuality and addressing the TRC’s financial sustainability.
    2024/05/06 13:46
  • MOFA: CPTPP a gateway to boost supply chain resilience

    Taiwan is actively pursuing membership in the Comprehensive and Progressive Agreement for Trans-Pacific Partnership (CPTPP) to enhance supply chain resilience and global economic security, with efforts including hosting seminars in Canada and gaining support from Canadian officials amidst potential opposition from Beijing.
    2024/04/30 15:42
  • Cross-Strait relations tense over ECFA tariff changes

    Taiwan’s Mainland Affairs Council warns that China’s reduced tariff concessions under the ECFA could harm cross-strait companies, criticizing China’s trade sanction threats and efforts to attract Taiwanese youth with housing and entrepreneur parks.
    2024/04/26 13:25
  • J.W. Kuo tackles Taiwan’s power trials ahead of MOEA role

    J.W. Kuo, incoming Minister of Economic Affairs and chairman at Topco Scientific Co Ltd., focuses on assessing Taiwan’s power needs through industry visits, aiming for a comprehensive report on electricity demands and the potential extension of nuclear plants, prioritizing safety and public consensus.
    2024/04/18 13:24
  • Taiwan unveils NT$3B plan to revive tourism after quake

    Discover how Taiwan’s Minister of Transportation and Communications, Wang Kwo-tsai, unveils three comprehensive revitalization plans for Hualien following a devastating earthquake. These initiatives aim to support the local tourism industry, provide accommodations for victims, and offer subsidies to tourists, with an estimated budget of NT$3 billion. Learn more about the impact of the April 7.2 magnitude quake on Hualien’s tourism, including hotel closures and layoffs, and the government’s efforts to rejuvenate the area in the coming months.
    2024/04/17 13:19
  • Taipei Mayor orders review after Taipei Dome leak incident

    Read about the unexpected rainfall incident at Taipei Dome during a CPBL game, sparking a comprehensive review by Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an. Preliminary findings by Farglory Group suggest rainwater overflow as the cause. Stay tuned for updates on the investigation and repair progress.
    2024/04/01 14:32
  • Taiwan aims for global leadership in machine tool industry

    Vice President Lai Ching-te commends Taiwan’s machine tool industry for its technological innovation and commitment to net-zero and digital transformation at the 2024 Taiwan International Machine Tool Show. Taiwan stands out globally for its high-end machine tool production and comprehensive industry showcased at the annual event. The government aims to strengthen Taiwan’s position as a high-end machine tool manufacturing country and rebuild a reliable supply chain with democratic allies amidst global changes. Vice President Lai also advocates for AI industrialization to attract international investment and drive innovation across all industries in Taiwan.
    2024/03/28 16:55
  • Media professionals train for crisis reporting in Taipei

    A group of media professionals in Taipei attended a "Crisis Reporting" workshop aimed at preparing them for effective reporting during crises. The workshop focused on resilience, self-care, and comprehensive preparation.
    2024/03/27 17:54
  • MND vows to fix military mental health hotline issue

    Taiwan’s Minister of National Defense, Chiu Kuo-cheng, addresses management issues in the Matsu region’s mental health center during a Foreign and National Defense Committee meeting. The non-operational hotline and recent self-harm incidents among military personnel prompt a comprehensive review and system strengthening. Democratic Progressive Party Legislator Wang Ting-yu highlights concerns over non-working numbers and the need for more certified mental health support staff in the military. The Ministry of National Defense reports progress in certifying mental health support staff since 2018.
    2024/03/27 15:34
  • Taiwan to set up food safety fund: Premier Chen

    Premier Chen Chien-jen announces plans for a "Food Safety Integration Conference" and a "Food Safety Protection Fund" following a food safety event involving Sudan Red chili powder. He emphasizes the need for a comprehensive review of current systems, including border inspections, post-market auditing, autonomous management reporting, and track and trace systems to ensure food safety. The government has implemented 100% inspection on imported dry chili and chili powder and calls for strengthened post-market management by food industries. Premier Chen highlights the collaboration between government, industry, and public to enhance food safety management efficiency.
    2024/03/14 15:58
  • Warmer weekend ahead: Taiwan’s weather forecast update

    Stay updated on the latest weather conditions in Taiwan with this comprehensive report covering rising temperatures, expected showers, and potential fog warnings. Get insights from WeatherRisk specialists on temperature fluctuations and upcoming weather patterns for the region.
    2024/03/14 13:47
  • Taiwan plans to expand childcare support for workers

    Taipei government considers comprehensive aid for child care, extending to regular revisions. Ministry of Civil Service to add childcare leave for civil servants, with proposed seven days of paid leave for parents of children under six. Various measures implemented to improve childcare environment, including increased allowances and resources.
    2024/03/13 12:39
  • Taipei mayor demands accountability for Shenkeng fire

    Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an vows accountability and punishment following a major fire in Shenkeng District of New Taipei City. Chiang emphasizes the need for a comprehensive review involving multiple government agencies. Stay updated on the unfolding investigation and potential repercussions.
    2024/02/22 11:51
  • Taiwan offers NT$30,000 subsidy for women’s re-employment

    Learn about the Ministry of Labor’s initiative in Taiwan to support displaced women’s re-employment with a subsidy of NT$30,000. Applications open on March 1 for the first half of 2024. Discover how the program aims to assist women in enhancing their professional skills and returning to the workforce after a hiatus. Apply between March 1 and May 31 for this opportunity.
    2024/02/21 14:06
  • KMT pushes for urgent food safety report in Legislative Yuan

    Kuomintang legislator Wu Tsung-hsien pushes for a special report on food safety at the Legislative Yuan, sparking political tensions among Taiwan’s major parties. Premier Chen Chien-jen’s administration faces scrutiny as cross-party consultations falter, delaying the proposed review. Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) expresses concerns over procedural delays and politicization of the issue. Stay tuned for updates on the unfolding legislative drama in Taipei.
    2024/02/20 11:27
  • Kaohsiung’s Dream Mall eats shut down amid poisoning scare

    Feastogether, a popular restaurant in Kaohsiung’s Dream Mall, has been temporarily closed for a thorough cleanliness inspection after reports of food poisoning. Several diners who ate at the restaurant last Saturday experienced vomiting and diarrhea. The Kaohsiung City Government’s Department of Health is investigating the source of the contamination. If food safety regulations have been violated, fines exceeding NT$60,000 could be imposed. The Feastogether Group has pledged to cooperate fully with government food safety policies and assist affected customers.
    2024/02/07 16:54
  • Experts highlight the need for traffic safety measures

    Explore how Taiwan is addressing the increasing traffic violations through a comprehensive approach involving traffic enforcement cameras, enhanced traffic safety education, and strategic urban planning, as highlighted by experts.
    2024/02/05 17:22
  • Vision Zero calls for pedestrian safety law in Taiwan

    The Vision Zero pedestrian safety advocacy group calls on Taiwan’s new congress to support a draft pedestrian traffic safety facilities law. The group recommends comprehensive implementation of sidewalks, removal of sidewalk obstacles, standardization of temporary sidewalks during construction, and explicit arcade project guidelines. The draft law must be proposed by the National Land Management Agency and approved by the executive branch before being reviewed by the Legislative Yuan. Despite the passing of a basic road traffic safety law in 2023, Vision Zero notes that the projected death toll may still exceed 3,000. The chairman of Vision Zero, Chen Kai-ning, proposes four amendments to the law, including the provision of physical sidewalks on wider roads, marking sidewalk designations on narrower roads, establishing basic sidewalk standards and non-permissible uses, and installing physical sidewalks beside arcades. Between January and November 2023, there were 2,759 road fatalities and 367,311 recorded severe accidents in Taiwan, representing an increase compared to the same period in 2022.
    2024/02/05 13:31
  • Taiwan’s defense boost: US advisers stationed for training

    U.S. military advisers have begun long-term stations in Kinmen and Penghu of Taiwan’s army amphibious camps, carrying out periodic training in the island’s special warfare camps, following the implementation of the U.S. "National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2023" (NDAA 2023). The Ministry of National Defense (MND) stated that the NDAA aims to assist Taiwan in developing comprehensive training and institutional abilities. Since 2023, U.S. military advisers have supported Taiwan’s special forces in learning how to use the "Black Hornet Nano" miniature drone and have provided assistance in writing guidelines and teaching materials. Taiwan’s Aviation and Special Forces Command has expressed plans to purchase these drones. The NDAA’s provisions concerning Taiwan primarily focus on information exchange and collaboration in military training for ground forces. However, there are currently no plans to station civilian officials in Taiwan.
    2024/02/05 10:46
  • Taiwan High Speed Rail to hire 100+ technicians, engineers

    The Taiwan High Speed Rail Corporation (THSRC) plans to recruit over 100 new talents, including maintenance technicians, engineers, and professionals in various fields. Generous offers include a monthly salary of up to NT$48,000 for electrical and signal maintenance technicians. The corporation provides comprehensive employee benefits, such as allowances and subsidies for food, clothing, accommodation, transportation, education, and entertainment. New employees will undergo three to six months of comprehensive training and must pass an assessment before starting their shifts. The THSRC also offers educational training opportunities for employees to complete professional training effectively and safely.
    2024/01/31 15:11
  • Supermicro stock soars after surpassing financial forecasts

    Supermicro, the U.S.-based server and computer manufacturer, experienced a stock price surge of over 10% during after-hours trading on Jan. 29. This increase followed the release of the company’s financials for the October-December 2023 period, which exceeded market expectations. Supermicro upgraded its full-year revenue outlook for the 2024 fiscal year from US$10-11 billion to US$14.3-14.7 billion. The current quarter’s sales estimate is US$3.7-4.1 billion, with an adjusted earnings per share of US$5.20-US$6.01. Net sales for the company have more than doubled from US$1.8 billion in the same period last year to $3.66 billion, surpassing the market estimate of US$3.42 billion. Supermicro CEO Charles Liang attributed the company’s success to winning new partners and the increasing demand for its optimized AI computer platforms and comprehensive IT solutions.
    2024/01/30 17:46
  • Taichung metro blue line plan approved

    The Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) has approved a comprehensive plan for the Taichung Metro Blue Line and a feasibility study for the Taiwan Railway’s coastline dual-track. The completion of the transit system is estimated to be in 10 years, costing NT$1615.14 billion, with NT$675.59 billion borne by the central government. The Blue Line will connect Taichung Port to the city center, serving as the city’s most crucial east-west axis. It will also connect with the Green Line to form a cross-axis network. An agreement on the deployment of the Blue Line’s Shalu Overpass section was reached by the MOTC and Taichung City Government. The completion of the Taichung Metro Blue Line and the Taichung Port rail line’s dual track system is expected to improve the Taichung area’s rail infrastructure and spur balanced development in urban, rural, and coastal regions.
    2024/01/30 12:43
  • Taiwan’s new conscripts begin 1-year military service

    Taiwan’s Ministry of National Defense (MND) Army Command Headquarters announces the extension of compulsory service to one year. Newly enlisted soldiers will undergo an eight-week training in recruit centers throughout northern, central, and southern Taiwan. The training program consists of four phases, focusing on core military values, physical fitness, combat skills, rifle shooting, and combat coaching. The final assessment includes physical combat skills, rifle shooting proficiency, and comprehensive combat coaching.
    2024/01/25 15:15
  • Giant panda Yuan Zai passes health check with flying colors

    Yuan Zai, the beloved giant panda, has been deemed to be in good health after undergoing a comprehensive medical examination at the Taipei Zoo. The examination, conducted by a team of experts in anesthesiology, dentistry, and radiology, included various tests such as ophthalmology, hematology, and a full-body CT scan. Results showed that Yuan Zai is normal and weighs 114 kilograms. However, zoo officials have highlighted the need for caution regarding her previously broken incisor, which has undergone a root canal treatment. Despite some loss of filling material, the root of the incisor remains healthy. The zoo has also announced plans for a health check for another giant panda, Yuan Bao, in February. As a reminder, the public, particularly panda enthusiasts, are encouraged to prioritize their own health checks and regular dental visits.
    2024/01/17 14:41
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