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  • Cataracts affect 1.19 million in Taiwan in 2022

    Explore the rising trend of cataract cases in Taiwan, highlighting the impact of digital device usage and aging on eye health, as well as the advancements in treatment options like artificial lens replacement surgery for improved vision recovery.
    2024/05/10 17:57
  • Power outage hits 11,545 homes in Taoyuan’s Luzhu District

    Discover the cause of the major power outage in Taoyuan’s Luzhu District affecting over 11,000 households and Taipower’s response to the incident.
    2024/05/07 15:20
  • Circular Line recovery efforts surge past NT$400M

    Discover the efforts to restore New Taipei’s Circular Line after an earthquake: Over NT$400 million allocated for repairs, innovative engineering solutions in progress, and interim shuttle bus services ensuring commuter welfare.
    2024/05/06 17:45
  • Taipei’s estern district hit by unexpected blackout

    A power outage in Taipei’s Eastern District, including the Daan District, affected 722 households and disrupted businesses on the evening of April 18. Taipower is investigating the cause, linked to a tripped circuit breaker, and aims to restore power by early April 19. The incident underscores the critical need for reliable electricity in the city’s vibrant areas.
    2024/04/19 18:33
  • Thunderstorms cause power outages in Taoyuan

    Thunderstorms cause power outages affecting nearly 10,000 households in Taoyuan; Taiwan Power Company works to restore electricity, citing bamboo brushing against high-voltage switches and feeder lines jumping off as causes.
    2024/04/18 15:01
  • Xiaoliuqiu introduces marine conservation fee for visitors

    Starting July 1, Lambai Island, also known as Xiaoliuqiu, will impose a NT$60 marine conservation fee on visitors entering designated intertidal zones. This initiative, aimed at balancing tourism and ecology for sustainable development, will also limit the number of visitors to these areas. Funds collected will be used for the maintenance and restoration of natural ecological resources. The Pingtung County government and local ecotourism organizations support this measure to protect the island’s environment, which receives over 1 million visitors annually.
    2024/04/16 13:55
  • Taroko National Park damage exceeds NT$1B after quake

    內政部長林右昌於4月15日表示,太魯閣國家公園在2024年4月3日的花蓮地震中遭受嚴重損壞,初步估計修復費用約為新台幣10億元。中央政府已立即撥款新台幣3億元給花蓮縣政府應急。國家公園隸屬內政部管轄,預計修復費用將超過新台幣10億元。但由於災區餘震不斷,詳細評估將在情況穩定後進行。林部長在口頭報告中還提到,太魯閣國家公園內的步道和設施嚴重受損,初步估計需要14天完成較易到達區域的勘查。嚴重受影響區域的設施損壞情況將通過航拍進行初步勘查。未來將優先考慮安全,根據餘震頻率和影響採取逐步、分階段、分區開放。
    2024/04/15 18:08
  • Alishan Forest Railway to reopen July after 15-year closure

    Here is a meta description for the story about the Alishan Forest Railway restoration: Alishan Forest Railway, a NT$2.3 billion 15-year project, to fully reopen July 1, 2024, connecting Chiayi as an international tourist destination, after repairs from typhoon damage in 2009 and 2015.
    2024/04/11 14:17
  • Dong Hwa University to rebuild fire-damaged building

    Following the destruction of its physics and engineering building due to an April 3 earthquake, National Tung Hwa University in Hualien announces a reconstruction plan, supported by donations and school funds, aiming for completion by next September. The university emphasizes rapid restoration of the academic environment, collaboration with Tzu Chi University for student support, and has initiated a 24-hour hotline for emotional assistance. Appeals are made for broader disaster relief contributions to help restore Hualien’s natural beauty.
    2024/04/08 17:00
  • System glitch disrupts meal plans: Uber Eats investigates

    Uber Eats faced a system crash on March 5, causing inconvenience for users unable to place orders. The company is investigating the cause and working to restore service. Customers left complaints on Facebook due to the disruption.
    2024/03/05 11:03
  • Iconic yellow duck in Kaohsiung collapses, repairs underway

    Strong winds in Kaohsiung cause a giant yellow rubber duck to deflate, sparking online discussions. Kaohsiung Department of Tourism works on repairs, clarifying that the collapse was due to mooring cable issues, not a puncture. Councilor Chiu Chun-hsien humorously comments on the incident.
    2024/02/21 14:31
  • Ko Wen-je illegally rented farmland: Hsinchu requires action

    The Hsinchu City Government has confirmed that a farmland owned by Taiwan People’s Party presidential candidate Ko Wen-je in Hsinchu has been rented out as a parking lot for tour buses. The government has given a 30-day deadline for improvements to be made. Ko has stated that he has contacted other landlords and businesses for car relocation and hopes the land can be restored to its original condition. An inspection has revealed that the farmland is being partially used for non-agricultural purposes. The authorities are demanding correction and restoration for agricultural use within 30 days, with potential fines ranging from NT$60,000 to NT$300,000 if not complied with. The Hsinchu City Government is also investigating whether income tax has been paid on the rent collected from the land.
    2023/12/21 15:04
  • 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
  • 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
  • Chiang Wan-an lauds TFG for 120 years of women’s education

    Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an expresses gratitude to Taipei First Girls High School (TFG) for nurturing generations of remarkable women on the occasion of the school’s 120th anniversary. Chiang attends the unveiling ceremony of the newly restored Kuang Fu Building, a historic landmark on the TFG campus. The Taipei City Government contributes over NT$100 million to support the restoration project. Chiang recalls his previous visit to TFG, where he interacted with the TFG Honor Guard and Marching Band. He humorously mentions that as a student at Taipei Municipal Jianguo High School, he admired TFG from outside its gates, but now as mayor, he can visit and engage with the school. Chiang also highlights a collaboration between TFG and EasyCard Corporation, resulting in a commemorative ’TFG 120th Green Uniform EasyCard’ that plays the school’s anthem upon use. EasyCard Corporation will donate 10% of the cards’ revenue to charity. TFG’s anniversary activities attract a diverse group of alumnae, including those from 70 years ago and mother-daughter pairs, as well as alumnae from Chiang’s own graduation year.
    2023/12/12 19:54
  • Taipei mayor unveils restored TGH heritage building

    Taipei First Girls High School’s Guangfu Building, a municipal heritage site, has reopened after a two-year renovation. Taipei Mayor Chiang Wan-an attended the unveiling ceremony and expressed gratitude to alumni for their donations. The Guangfu Building, constructed in 1933, is the most iconic structure of the high school. The Taipei City Government allocated over NT$100 million to support the restoration project, with additional contributions from alumni worldwide. Mayor Chiang reminisced about his school days and expressed the hope that all students would share the memory of this significant landmark.
    2023/12/12 19:41
  • Spanish artist accused of damaging historic temple in Taipei

    A Spanish artist, Fang, was charged with unintentionally damaging a historic temple in Taipei City’s Shilin District. Learn about the restoration mishap at the 150-year-old Shilin Cixian Temple.
    2023/08/14 18:55
  • Tony Leung at ’A City of Sadness’ 4K restoration premiere

    Tony Leung made an appearance at the premiere of the 4K restoration of "A City of Sadness" in Taiwan on Tuesday (Feb. 14). 
    2023/02/15 22:00
  • 「Restoration」 恢復vs.重置

    杜正勝引用聯合國的說法強調「中華民國已經不存在」,事實上,之前杜正勝也曾在教育部的部務會議中提過同樣的想法,不過他引用的聯合國決議文,看在台中市副市長的眼裡,因為翻譯不同,意義也大不同。
    2007/08/21 19:21
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