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  • Central Cross-island Highway closed due to landslides

    Discover the latest on the Central Cross-Island Highway’s closure due to landslides and rockfalls from continuous heavy rainfall. Learn about the Highway Bureau’s efforts to reopen the road by Friday and safety advice for travelers.
    2024/06/04 10:01
  • Landslide traps vehicles in Keelung City, casualties unknown

    Discover the latest on the severe landslide in Keelung City’s Zhongzheng District, trapping vehicles and prompting a swift response from emergency teams. Learn more about the ongoing rescue efforts and eyewitness accounts.
    2024/06/03 15:54
  • Hualien’s tourism faces low bookings, hotel closures

    Discover how Taiwan’s tourism industry faces challenges during the Dragon Boat Festival holiday, with a significant drop in hotel bookings and the impact of natural disasters on regions like Hualien. Learn about the efforts for recovery.
    2024/05/23 17:26
  • Hsiao Bi-khim leads DPP staff to support Hualien tourism

    Discover how the Democratic Progressive Party is supporting Hualien’s recovery from an April earthquake through tourism and local consumption, led by Vice President-elect Hsiao Bi-khim.
    2024/05/15 14:55
  • Taoyuan blackouts not caused by power shortage: Premier

    Premier Chen Chien-jen addresses the recent power outages in Taoyuan, Taiwan, clarifying they are not due to power shortages but external factors, equipment issues, and natural disasters. Over 100 staff from Taiwan Power Company are deployed for inspections and maintenance to mitigate future incidents.
    2024/05/08 15:54
  • Political tensions and natural disasters impact tourism

    Chu Chien-meng of the Development Association for Taiwan Tour Guide shares a bleak outlook for Taiwan’s tourism in 2023 due to unresolved political tensions with China and a new ban on group tours. The industry also faces challenges from recent natural disasters and legal issues, despite calls for more open policies to boost tourism and economic growth.
    2024/05/07 14:38
  • Hsiao Bi-khim champions Taiwan’s resilience as beacon

    Vice President-elect Hsiao Bi-khim speaks at the CAPRI forum, emphasizing Taiwan’s resilience through adversities like natural disasters, misinformation, and military harassment. She highlights Taiwan’s progress in democracy, economic innovation, and defense, asserting Taiwan’s leadership role in the Asia-Pacific and its commitment to fostering global partnerships.
    2024/05/06 17:14
  • Taiwan’s economic surge amid digital revolution

    Explore Taiwan’s optimistic economic future through the eyes of NDC Minister Kung Ming-hsin, highlighting the nation’s digital transformation, resilience against natural disasters, and robust foreign investment growth amidst geopolitical challenges.
    2024/04/24 18:03
  • Hualien officials target two-week demolition for Uranus

    The demolition of Hualien City’s Uranus building, damaged in a 7.2 magnitude earthquake, is underway with efforts to minimize loss and ensure public safety. The process is expected to be completed in two weeks, highlighting the community’s resilience and response to natural disasters.
    2024/04/08 16:10
  • Taiwan boosts internet resilience with new satellite network

    Minister of Digital Affairs Audrey Tang announces the launch of medium earth orbit (MEO) satellite network on Taiping Island by SES in April, with OneWeb’s low-orbit satellite to follow. The move aims to enhance Taiwan’s communication network resilience amid potential threats, such as cross-strait conflicts and natural disasters.
    2024/03/28 18:03
  • Taiwan Premier offers condolences aid to Gansu quake victims

    Taiwan’s Premier Chen Chien-jen expresses condolences and sympathies to the victims and bereaved families of the recent devastating earthquake in Gansu Province, mainland China. He also hopes for a speedy recovery for those injured. Taiwan is ready to provide assistance through relevant agencies if needed. Executive Yuan spokesman Lin Tzu-lun also voices concern for the human and material losses inflicted by the earthquake. The Executive Yuan expects smooth and effective rescue operations and restoration efforts in Gansu Province. This show of solidarity from Taiwan highlights the shared understanding of the challenges posed by natural disasters in the region and the willingness to aid neighbors in times of crisis.
    2023/12/19 15:33
  • Taiwan Central Bank holds interest rate steady for 3rd time

    Taiwan’s central bank has announced that it will maintain its interest rate for the third consecutive time in its quarterly board meeting. The decision was influenced by price changes and the need to balance stabilizing consumer prices with sustaining economic growth. Despite rising consumer prices due to natural disasters, the central bank remains optimistic and expects the inflation rate to drop below 2% next year. Forecasts for Taiwan’s GDP growth rate in 2023 are more positive, projected to reach 3.12%. This is supported by increasing private consumption, particularly in tourism and dining, as well as the central bank’s expectation of a global export increase to stimulate local investment and drive economic recovery. In contrast to the Federal Reserve in the U.S., Taiwan’s central bank stated that its monetary policy approach would be adjusted gradually based on the country’s economic conditions. Despite high housing prices, the central bank has decided against imposing stricter measures or withdrawing from market intervention to avoid further impact on the property market.
    2023/12/15 16:31
  • MOA to reward catering industry serving healthy vegetables

    The Ministry of Agriculture (MOA) in Taiwan has announced that starting in January next year, food service businesses will only receive rewards up to NT $14 per serving if they agree to use organic or traceable agricultural products for 12 varieties of fast-growing vegetables, including bok choy and water spinach. However, the catering industry has expressed concerns about potential price increases during typhoon seasons or cold weather, which could make certified and organic products even more expensive. In response, MOA officials have confirmed that subsidies will be offered to mitigate the impact of vegetable price hikes, with school lunch allowances per serving potentially increasing from NT $3.5 to NT$10, and remote schools eligible for an allowance of up to NT $14 per serving. Chen Mig-hsin, Director of Taiwan’s Food Catering Association, has called for the approval of integrating QR-code usage for verified products during natural disasters, emphasizing the need for additional reward systems to better prepare domestic food suppliers for weather disturbances. Agriculture and Food Agency (AFA) Deputy Director Su Mao-hsiang has acknowledged the efforts made by catering businesses to support the MOA’s goals of promoting healthy and affordable school lunches. Currently, over half of the 3,800 tons of vegetables purchased weekly are organic and traceable products, and Su anticipates that the expanded purchase of healthy agricultural foods will further incentivize farmers to produce them.
    2023/11/16 19:50
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