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  • Kaohsiung Mayor advocates for careful legislative reform

    Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chi-mai advocates for legislative reform to empower council inquiries but warns against the dangers of bypassing discussions or legalities, referencing the Sunflower Movement and the controversy over the CSSTA. Amidst debates on the legality of protest permits, Chen upholds the public’s right to assemble, highlighting exceptions for emergencies.
    2024/05/23 17:36
  • Taiwan’s OAC Minister rebuts ’cold-blooded’ claim by China

    Discover the latest developments in the Kinmen-Xiamen oceanic dispute involving Taiwan’s Minister of Ocean Affairs Council, Kuan Bi-ling. Amid accusations of being "extremely cold-blooded," Kuan’s unconventional response raises eyebrows. Stay informed on the ongoing negotiations and the potential impact on cross-strait relations.
    2024/03/01 16:11
  • NSTC head confirms Taiwan’s effort in global fusion research

    Taiwan’s Minister of Science and Technology Council (MOST) has acknowledged the country’s investments in high-temperature plasma and fusion research. While recognizing the potential of collaborating with overseas partners for the development of fusion power plants, the Minister stated that the current high cost of research funds makes it unfeasible at present. The issue was raised during an inquiry at the Executive Yuan Education and Culture Committee by Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) legislator Jang Chyi-lu, who expressed concerns about Taiwan’s ability to invest in nuclear fusion research. Jang highlighted the global interest in fusion power as a clean energy source. The Minister confirmed that Taiwan is actively advancing in controlled fusion research, particularly in magnetic confinement fusion, which aids in reducing carbon emissions. However, he cautioned that commercializing nuclear fusion may take 20 to 30 years. Kuomintang legislator Cheng Li-wun pointed out that the budget allocated for net-zero emissions research this year is significantly larger than the funds allocated for nuclear fusion research. Minister Wu acknowledged that Taiwan’s investment efforts in this area are conservative compared to other countries but did not rule out the possibility of participating in future global research opportunities.
    2023/11/10 21:42
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