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  • Liou Jia High School to end junior high enrollment by 2026

    Discover how Hsinchu County’s Liou Jia Senior High School is set to transform into a full senior high by 2028, following a decision to halt junior high enrollments from 2026. This move, aimed at optimizing educational resources, marks a significant shift in the region’s educational landscape.
    2024/05/23 15:29
  • Taiwan’s capital sees school disruptions following quake

    Following a 7.2 magnitude earthquake in Taiwan, schools in Taipei and other counties suspended classes, with over 200 schools reporting damage. Students were evacuated safely, thanks in part to recent drill preparations.
    2024/04/03 16:15
  • Taiwan braces for persistent cold wave through Feb 28

    Stay updated on the cold surge advisory affecting New Taipei City, Keelung City, Taoyuan City, and Hsinchu County in Taiwan. Meteorologist Lin Te-en forecasts the cold wave to persist until Feb. 28, with temperatures possibly remaining around or below 10 degrees Celsius.
    2024/02/26 11:23
  • Hsinchu boosts bus drivers’ pay amid workforce shortage

    Hsinchu County Government announces a monthly wage subsidy of NT$10,000 for bus drivers on its routes from January to December 2024. The decision aims to address challenges faced by urban bus operations in Taiwan and reduce employee turnover. The subsidy is intended to help recruit talent and ensure the rights of citizens using public transport. Hsinchu County hopes to alleviate the severe shortage of workers in the public bus industry through this measure. The subsidy will be reviewed every three months.
    2024/02/16 17:32
  • CWA warns of prolonged cold spell across Taiwan

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) has issued a low-temperature alert for nine counties north of Miaoli, warning of temperatures below six degrees Celsius. Taichung City, Changhua County, Yilan County, and Hualien County could experience temperatures of 10 degrees and below, with similar dips expected in the Yunlin-Chiayi-Tainan region. The CWA predicts that this cold weather will persist from January 22 to January 24. New Taipei City, Keelung City, Taipei City, Taoyuan City, Hsinchu City, Hsinchu County, Miaoli County, and Kinmen County have been designated with orange signals (very cold), indicating a likelihood of temperatures lower than six degrees. The CWA advises citizens to take necessary precautions to keep warm, including proper indoor ventilation and electrical safety when using gas water heaters and electric heaters.
    2024/01/22 18:01
  • Arc-shaped cloud system mesmerizes early risers in Yushan

    A stunning arc-shaped cloud system appeared in the sky over Yushan, Taiwan on January 7th. Former Central Weather Bureau Director-General Cheng Ming-dean analyzed the cloud system, air flow changes, and the effect of the sun on the scenery. The Central Weather Administration noted cooler temperatures in the morning and evening due to the northeast monsoon, with brief showers expected in certain areas. A cold weather advisory was issued for Hsinchu County, Miaoli County, and Nantou County.
    2024/01/07 15:56
  • Taiwanese 2023 credit card spending to exceed NT$4T

    Taiwan’s total credit card spending for 2023 is projected to exceed NT$4 trillion, with consumers under 30 having an average annual credit card transaction amount of NT$1.11 million, according to the National Credit Card Center (NCCC). Individuals aged 40 to 60, who make up over 57% of top-level consumers, are crucial customers for card-issuing institutions. These elite spenders have an average half-year spending of NT$810,000, with women mainly using their credit cards for fashion and luxury items, while men prefer motor vehicle products. Consumers under 40 have a high consumption frequency, averaging over 180 transactions per card in the first half of 2023. Taipei and New Taipei have the highest number of cardholders, accounting for 46% of the total, with Hsinchu County and Hsinchu City having the largest share among the 16 counties and cities at over 6%. VISA cards are the most commonly used credit card brand among elite spenders, comprising 51% of the total, while American Express cards make up only 3% but have the highest average consumption of over NT$1.3 million per card in six months.
    2023/12/26 15:51
  • CWA issues cold surge advisory for 13 municipalities

    Taiwan’s Central Weather Administration (CWA) has issued a cold surge advisory for 13 municipalities on Christmas Day, with temperatures expected to significantly drop by Monday evening. The affected areas include New Taipei City, Taoyuan City, Hsinchu County, Miaoli County, Taichung City, Changhua County, Nantou County, Yunlin County, Chiayi City, Chiayi County, Tainan City, Yilan County, and Kinmen County. Some regions, including Tainan, Yilan, and Kinmen, may experience temperatures below 10 degrees Celsius on Tuesday morning. However, the cold air mass is expected to weaken throughout the day, leading to a gradual warming trend with temperatures potentially reaching over 20 degrees Celsius. The CWA also predicts a strengthening of the northeast monsoon on Thursday, which will cause another dip in temperatures, particularly on the windward side of northern Taiwan. However, this effect is expected to be short-lived, with milder temperatures forecasted for Friday and Saturday. Nevertheless, there is a possibility of a new cold air mass moving south by Sunday, which could once again lower temperatures in northern Taiwan.
    2023/12/25 19:32
  • Intensifying cold weather sweeps Taiwan

    Cold weather is intensifying across Taiwan, with increased rainfall in the northern and eastern regions. Temperatures are dropping below 10 degrees Celsius in areas north of Chiayi, with the lowest temperature recorded at 6.7 degrees Celsius in the Yangmei District of Taoyuan City. The Central Weather Administration (CWA) has issued a cold weather warning, predicting temperatures below 6 degrees in New Taipei City, Taoyuan, and Hsinchu. The warning also covers Keelung, Taipei, Yilan County, and Kinmen County for sustained temperatures around 10 degrees or lower, and Lienchiang County for temperatures around 6 degrees or lower. High-altitude areas above 3,000 meters, such as Mount Hehuan, Xueshan, and Mount Nanhu, are experiencing freezing temperatures and a high chance of snowfall. The cold air is expected to slightly weaken from Saturday afternoon until Sunday, with brief local showers expected in the northern and eastern regions and brief rainfalls in mountainous areas of central and southern Taiwan. No severe cold fronts are expected to affect New Year’s Eve.
    2023/12/22 12:34
  • CWA issues low-temperature warning for four regions

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) has issued a low-temperature warning for Keelung, New Taipei, Hsinchu County, and Taoyuan. The forecast predicts temperatures to drop below six degrees Celsius due to a passing cold wave. Tomorrow morning, the north of Taiwan will experience temperatures between 11 to 13 degrees, while central and southern regions will be at 13 to 15 degrees. The East Longitudinal Valley region will see temperatures between 15 to 17 degrees, with extreme lows possibly reaching one or two degrees. Northern regions, including Yilan, are expected to have lows of 9 to 11 degrees, while other areas will be at 12 to 14 degrees. Despite a weakening cold front on Saturday, regions will remain relatively cold. However, Meteorologist Wu Te-jung predicts that the cold will ease by next Tuesday into Wednesday, with temperatures rebounding and sunny weather.
    2023/12/21 14:55
  • Taipei braces for cold wave, snow in high mountains forecast

    A meteorologist predicts a cold front will bring lower temperatures and possible snowfall in high mountain areas of Taiwan. Temperatures in Taipei could drop to 9.5 degrees Celsius, meeting the standard for a cold wave. Areas north of Miaoli County and the Huadong Valley may see temperatures below 8 degrees Celsius. The weather in areas north of Hsinchu and in Yilan will be damp and cold throughout the day. Snowfall is expected in Taipingshan, Lala Mountain, and Shei-Pa National Park, with Yangmingshan possibly experiencing sleet or rain mixed with snow. Mountains over 3,000 meters above sea level in areas north of Taoyuan and at the border of Yilan and Hualien counties may also see snowfall.
    2023/12/20 17:29
  • Taiwan issues heavy rain advisory for northern cities

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) has issued a heavy rain advisory for Taipei City, New Taipei City, and Keelung City in Taiwan, warning of potential intensive downpours throughout the evening. The northeast monsoon is causing localized heavy rainfall in coastal areas of Keelung and mountainous regions of Taipei. The strengthening of the northeast monsoon has also prompted alerts for strong gusts ranging from force 9 to 11, potentially affecting areas from Taoyuan City to Tainan City, as well as southeastern parts of the island, including Orchid Island, Green Island, and the Hengchun Peninsula. The advisory for strong winds covers an expansive area, including Taoyuan City, Hsinchu City, Hsinchu County, Miaoli County, Taichung City, Changhua County, Yunlin County, Chiayi County, Tainan City, the Hengchun Peninsula, Taitung County, Orchid Island, Green Island, Penghu County, and the Kinmen and Matsu region. These strong wind conditions are expected to last from the early morning of Wednesday (Dec. 20) through the evening of Friday (Dec. 22).
    2023/12/20 15:44
  • Tsai endorses DPP duo Lai and Hsiao for Taiwan’s stability

    President Tsai Ing-wen endorses DPP presidential and vice presidential candidates Lai Ching-te and Hsiao Bi-khim as implementers of her diplomatic and defense policy, known as the "Tsai Ing-wen approach," emphasizing stability, robustness, and trustworthiness. During a campaign event in Hsinchu County, Tsai also supports DPP Legislative Yuan candidates Chan Chi-ti and Tseng Sheng-kai, while hinting at a potential return to teaching after her presidency. Tsai highlights past projects in Hsinchu, such as the NT$2.9 billion investment in a pipeline connecting Shihmen Reservoir to Hsinchu, ensuring the high-tech industry’s resilience during droughts. She played a key role in the infrastructure upgrades, including the groundbreaking ceremony for the pipeline project. Despite opposition obstruction, the "Forward-looking Infrastructure Development Program," with a budget of NT$840 billion, was passed with DPP’s majority support. The Executive Yuan is expected to approve over NT$100 billion in funding for infrastructure projects, including extending the Wugu-Yangmei Elevated Road to Hsinchu and Toufen, and creating underground railways in Taoyuan. Tsai emphasizes the need for a parliamentary majority and urges public support for DPP’s legislative nominees.
    2023/12/19 10:04
  • Frost hits Mt. Jade North Peak at minus 4.2°C

    Frost observed on Mount Jade North Peak in Nantou County’s Xinyi Township, with temperatures dropping to -4.2 degrees Celsius. The Central Weather Administration explains that the freezing temperatures caused moisture near the ground to freeze, resulting in the formation of frost. In other parts of Taiwan, temperatures hovered around 11.5 to 11.7 degrees Celsius in Sanwan Township, Miaoli County, and Guanxi Township, Hsinchu County, respectively. However, other regions experienced a slight increase in temperature, with lows rising above 13 degrees Celsius.
    2023/12/18 10:02
  • Taipei tops happiness index, Chiayi City close second

    Taipei City has been crowned the champion of happiness in Taiwan, according to the "2023 County and City Happiness Index Survey" conducted by the Economic Daily News and Cathay Life Insurance. Chiayi City secured the runner-up position, followed closely by Taichung City, Hsinchu City, and Taitung County. Taichung City also received the "Most Improved Award" for achieving the highest government satisfaction rating in Taiwan. The survey, which questioned over 15,260 Taiwanese aged 20 and up, was conducted from Aug. 24 to Oct. 16, 2023.
    2023/12/02 15:10
  • Schools banning ’carrot knife’ toy due to safety concerns

    Four regional governments in Taiwan, including Yunlin County, Keelung City, Hsinchu County, Miaoli County, and Taichung City, have banned the popular toy knife known as the "carrot knife" from schools due to safety concerns. The toy, originally from mainland China, gained popularity among Taiwanese students through social media platforms like TikTok and Xiaohongshu. The ban is primarily due to the pointed tip on the front end of the plastic retractable toy, which is seen as potentially dangerous. Taipei City and New Taipei City advise students not to bring the toys to school, while other municipalities require schools to enhance safety management and provide safety education.
    2023/11/02 21:11
  • Cooler temperatures in Northern Taiwan through Tuesday

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) reported that the northeast monsoon and rain from South China on October 28 brought cloud coverage and sporadic showers to Taiwan. Temperatures in northern Taiwan ranged from 20-22 degrees Celsius for the lows and 23-25 degrees for the highs, while other regions saw temperatures between 21-24 degrees. The Matsu Islands had the lowest temperature of 16.8 degrees, while Qidu District, Keelung City, and Guanxi Township, Hsinchu County recorded lows of 19.2 and 19.5 degrees, respectively. The cool weather in the northern and northeastern regions is expected to continue through Sunday and Monday due to the northeast monsoon. From Tuesday to Thursday, temperatures are forecasted to gradually rise with less rain, mainly in the north and east, while the Hengchun Peninsula will continue to experience rain. Next Friday to Sunday, Taiwan can expect cloudy to sunny conditions, with isolated showers at night in eastern regions and along Keelung’s north coast.
    2023/10/28 14:22
  • Sinkhole appears at Hsinchu construction site for 3rd time

    A sinkhole appeared for the third time within three days at a construction site in Hsinchu County. The sinkhole, measuring 2 meters wide and long, continued to expand, causing concern among locals as it was dangerously close to residential areas. Initial assessments by local authorities suggest that soil erosion caused by debris influx was the cause of the collapse. This incident was similar to the previous two collapses, with the first one causing gas and water leaks and the site already experiencing lateral groove ruptures.
    2023/10/18 13:21
  • TSMC founder warns of increased competition to come

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) Founder Morris Chang took to the stage on Saturday (Oct. 14) to warn of increased competition in the semiconductor industry in the upcoming years. Speaking at the company’s "Sports Day," which resumed after a three-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Chang emphasized that TSMC remains a "battleground for the world’s geopolitical strategists." "The competitive environment for TSMC in the years to come will not become any easier," the 92-year-old founder said.
    2023/10/14 16:36
  • Sinkhole in Hsinchu likely caused by gas leakage

    A 7-meter-deep, 4.2 meters long, and 3.5 meters wide sinkhole appeared at the intersection of Guangming 6th Road and Xianzheng 7th Street in Zhubei City, Hsinchu County, on Monday (Aug. 21), with residents reporting a strong smell of gas at the site followed by a temporary closure.
    2023/08/21 15:37
  • Crowds rally for justice for dismissed teachers

    Crowds gather to protest the unjust dismissal of teachers at Yi Ming Senior High School in Hsinchu County. Demands for justice and improved labor conditions. Calls for Ministry of Education intervention
    2023/08/08 20:53
  • R&D Center shows TSMC’s commitment to keeping Taiwan roots

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) unveiled its global research-and-development center in Hsinchu County on July 28, showing its commitment to keeping its roots in Taiwan.
    2023/08/07 19:34
  • Hsinchu wildfire posed threat to surrounding areas

    A mountain fire that ignited on Thursday morning (March 23) on the Dalu Forest Road, a route leading to the Guanwu National Forest Recreation Area, continued to burn as of Friday (March 24) morning. 
    2023/03/26 22:31
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