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  • Taitung eyes South Korean market to enhance tourism ties

    Taitung’s City Government officials visit Seoul to promote the region’s unique cultural and natural attractions, aiming to attract more Korean tourists and enhance Taiwan-Korea tourism cooperation.
    2024/04/04 20:00
  • Taitung showcases vibrant culture in Hong Kong

    Explore how Taitung, Taiwan, is captivating Hong Kong with its vibrant culture, aiming to boost tourism through exciting exchange events, charter flights, and enticing subsidies for travelers.
    2024/03/27 20:10
  • Taiwan weather update: warmer Monday with sunny skies ahead

    Stay updated with the latest weather forecast for Taipei and surrounding areas. Expect rising temperatures on Monday with scattered showers in Hualien and Taitung. Be prepared for chilly morning temperatures and increasing daytime highs. Stay vigilant as fog and low clouds may affect visibility. Watch out for potential accumulation of pollutants in certain regions. Be cautious of upcoming weather changes and dress accordingly to stay healthy.
    2024/03/04 15:41
  • Taiwan braces for chilly weather as cold front moves in

    Get the latest weather forecast for Taiwan as a mainland cold front moves southward. Expect cold and damp conditions, with morning temperatures ranging between 15 and 17 degrees Celsius. Daytime temperatures will reach only 17 to 20 degrees in the north and eastern regions, while the central, southern sectors, and Taitung can expect warmer temperatures of 23 to 27 degrees Celsius. Rainfall is expected across Taiwan, with broad, persistent rainfall in the north and localized, brief showers in other areas. There is a possibility of snow or sleet in high-altitude areas, particularly on Lunar New Year’s Eve. The weather will stabilize on the second and third days of the lunar year, with gradually warming temperatures. Stay prepared and carry rain gear when venturing outdoors.
    2024/02/07 11:34
  • Taiwan braces for rainy start to Lunar New Year celebrations

    Taiwan is expected to experience gloomy and rainy weather from the eve of the Lunar New Year on Thursday to New Year’s Day on Friday, according to meteorologist Peng Chi-ming. The weather is expected to improve from February 10 to February 12. Windward areas, including Taoyuan, Greater Taipei, Keelung’s North Coast, eastern parts of Yilan and Hualien, and the Hengchun Peninsula, are likely to receive rainfall due to the impact of the northeast monsoon. The central and southern mountainous areas may witness sporadic showers with more cloud coverage in the plains. The southwestern monsoon will intensify rainfall north of Taichung and in Yilan from Tuesday night until Wednesday, with the northern and northeastern mountainous areas receiving the most rain. The entire island will experience showers and heavy rain, especially in the central and northern regions, Yilan, and Hualien, between the eve of the Lunar New Year and New Year’s Day. Rainfall will gradually decrease from the evening of February 8, but showers may potentially occur throughout the day on February 9. The weather will gradually improve beginning on New Year’s Day, with the western half of Taiwan turning partly cloudy to sunny. However, the eastern half will still see an increased amount of clouds with occasional showers. Weather conditions are expected to enhance further from the second to the third day of the Lunar New Year, potentially resulting in clear skies in the western half and partly cloudy to clear skies in the eastern half. In terms of temperatures, the north, northeast, and mountain regions will experience the coldest weather on New Year’s Day, with lows between 10 and 12 degrees Celsius. The southern and eastern regions of Hualien and Taitung will have lows of 12 to 14 degrees, with temperatures slowly warming thereafter.
    2024/02/06 12:09
  • Enhanced military readiness during Lunar New Year in Taiwan

    Explore how the Republic of China’s armed forces are ramping up their military readiness in Taitung amidst threats from the People’s Liberation Army, focusing on sniper training and urban warfare tactics to ensure peace and stability during the Lunar New Year.
    2024/02/01 12:52
  • Taitung sets sights on int’l tourists with cultural showcase

    Discover Taitung’s strategic "Long Stay" campaign, aimed at boosting tourism from Singapore and Malaysia. Dive into a cultural extravaganza featuring traditional attire, red oolong tea, delectable foods, and exclusive Halal-certified venues. Join Taitung’s journey to become a top destination for international travelers.
    2024/01/25 18:16
  • Cold front in Taiwan linked to fatal cardiac arrests

    A cold front in Taiwan has been linked to five fatal cases of Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest (OHCA) in the Keelung region. Victims’ ages ranged from 52 to 97. The Keelung City Fire Department reported a total of five emergency rescue cases of OHCA, with two males and three females affected. It is unclear whether the cold weather was the cause of these emergencies. Temperatures dropped to 6-8 degrees Celsius on Tuesday morning, prompting the fire department to urge the public to prioritize warmth and guard against the risks posed by the low temperatures. The Central Weather Administration (CWA) reported temperatures of 6-8 degrees in areas north of central Taiwan and Yilan, and 9-12 degrees in southern Taiwan and Hualien-Taitung regions. The whole island may experience regional short-term rain due to moisture from southern China, with heavier rainfall expected in Keelung, the northern coast, and the mountainous area of Taipei city. New Taipei, Taipei, and Yi-lan may also be affected by heavy rains.
    2024/01/23 13:16
  • Taiwan feels the chill as northeast monsoon hits

    The weather in Taiwan was cooler on Sunday (Jan. 7) due to the northeast monsoon, primarily affecting the northern and northeastern regions, according to the Central Weather Administration (CWA). Miaoli and Nantou experienced particularly chilly conditions with temperatures reaching lows of 10 degrees Celsius, prompting a cold advisory. Yilan and the western half of Taiwan had milder lows between 12 and 16 degrees, while Hualien and Taitung felt temperatures between 17 and 18 degrees. The highest temperatures of the day, ranging between 24 and 26 degrees, were reported in southern and central Taiwan. The coldest areas were Gongguan Township in Miaoli with 10.2 degrees, Zhongliao Township in Nantou with 10.6, and Fenyuan Township in Changhua County with 11.1. The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) suggests that the chill from the northeast monsoon will subside slightly on Monday and Tuesday, although northern regions will remain cool. Warmer daytime temperatures are expected in central and southern regions, though rain seems to be on the horizon. Wednesday could see a notable drop in temperatures due to an advancing cold front from the mainland, increasing the chances of light, localized showers in the north and east. From Thursday through election day on Saturday, residents can expect stable and clear weather, albeit with a touch of chill in the mornings and nights. Residents should stay tuned to CWA’s special forecasts as temperatures under 10 degrees are possible in some flatland regions on Thursday and Friday mornings.
    2024/01/07 11:51
  • Taiwan braces for wider rain as cold weather continues

    Get the latest weather update for Taiwan. The Central Weather Administration has issued cold advisories due to low temperatures, with some areas expected to drop below 10 degrees Celsius. While most of Taiwan will have clear and stable weather, rain areas are expected to expand starting Wednesday. The lowest temperature recorded on Tuesday morning was 8.4 degrees in Guanxi Township, Hsinchu. The north and eastern regions experienced temperatures ranging from 12 to 14 degrees, with Hsinchu and Miaoli possibly dropping to 9 to 11 degrees. Kaohsiung, Pingtung, and Taitung had temperatures around 15 to 16 degrees. Thursday will bring mostly cloudy weather in the north and clear weather in the south, with occasional rainfall in the east. Friday and Saturday are expected to be clear and steady across Taiwan. However, a new wave of cold air is predicted to briefly impact northern and eastern Taiwan on Sunday and Monday, so residents should stay updated on weather conditions.
    2024/01/02 11:15
  • MOE: 19 Taiwan’s universities below 60% registration rate

    The Ministry of Education (MOE) has released the registration rates for first-year students at various tertiary institutions for the academic year 112. Out of the 29 universities, 10 have achieved a 100% registration rate, while 19 have fallen short of the 60% mark. Surprisingly, as of 2023, 112 universities had at least one department with zero registered new students, including prestigious institutions like National Taiwan University (NTU). NTU alone had five departments without any registered doctoral students, namely the Department of Drama and Theater, Department of Geography, Institute of Oceanography, Department of Plant Pathology and Microbiology, and the Doctoral Program in Microbiology. Other academic institutions with departments lacking registered students include National Tsing Hua University, National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University, National Cheng Kung University, and National Chengchi University. Kao Yuan University had the lowest new student registration rate at just 15.7% for the 112 academic year. The only national institution that did not meet the registration standards was the National Taitung Junior College, with a rate below 60%.
    2023/12/28 17:58
  • New Taipei City Gov’t tackles north coast oil pollution

    The Environmental Protection Department of the New Taipei City Government is taking action to address ongoing oil pollution on the North Coast. Citizens have reported crude oil contamination in coastal areas since December 4, possibly linked to unidentified crude oil pollution on Green Island in Taitung. The department has swiftly implemented cleanup operations, but sporadic incidents caused by ocean currents require continued efforts. Upon receiving pollution reports, the department collaborated with local fishery associations, the Inspection Office, and the Coast Guard Administration’s Coastal Patrol Squad. They transported necessary resources, such as oil-absorbent cotton pads and ropes, to polluted sites. Non-governmental units, including local business owners and volunteer groups like the Azure Alliance in Taiwan, actively participated in preventing the spread of oil pollution. A total of 58 response team members, 32 coastal patrol personnel, and numerous volunteers have been involved in the cleanup efforts.
    2023/12/27 17:00
  • Mark Ho hits campaign trail with candidate Rosalia Wu

    DPP legislator Mark Ho campaigned for DPP legislator candidate Rosalia Wu, expressing his commitment to working hard where needed. Ho praised Wu’s local connections and Taiwan-oriented approach. He is also assisting candidates across Taiwan, with upcoming trips to Matsu, Taitung, Taichung, and Nantou. Wu believes in being proactive and actively seizing opportunities. Wang Shih-chien narrowly defeated Ho in the DPP primary, but Ho remains loyal to the party and vows to support Wang.
    2023/12/27 14:11
  • Taiwan braces for cloudy weather, sporadic rainfall

    WeatherRisk has reported that there will be generally cloudy weather in Taiwan due to the shift of clouds in the south. There may also be sporadic rainfall in the mountains of central and southern Taiwan. The impact of the continental cold air mass moving out to sea along the coast of China has weakened the cold air around Taiwan, causing minimal low temperatures to rise. The Liyu Lake in Hualien and Luye Township in Taitung recorded temperatures of 11 and 12.4 degrees Celsius, respectively. The continued shift of clouds in the south might slightly increase the chance of rainfall in the central and southern regions, as well as affect the eastern areas with sporadic downpours. With no significant weather systems nearby, Taiwan will experience an increase in daytime temperatures under the influence of northeast to east winds. Northern regions will see temperatures of 23-26 degrees Celsius, while the central and southern regions will hover around 24-26 degrees Celsius. On Friday, environmental moisture will gradually decrease under the influence of the northeast monsoon, resulting in mostly cloudy weather with possible sporadic rainfall across Taiwan. Saturday, the start of the New Year holiday, will see a weakening of the northeast monsoon, raising the temperature and bringing mostly cloudy weather, with sporadic rainfall possible only in the eastern parts. However, Sunday will see a stronger northeast monsoon, leading to stable but cloudy weather with sporadic showers in eastern Taiwan. On New Year’s Day next Monday, Taiwan will experience generally sunny to cloudy weather under the influence of the northeast monsoon, with no significant chance of rain. The general public is advised to consider this weather information when planning holiday activities.
    2023/12/27 10:15
  • 2024 New Year’s sunrise to grace Sanxiantai, at 6:10 a.m.

    Witness the first rays of the New Year’s Day sunrise at the Sanxiantai Recreation Area in Cheng-kung Town, Taitung County. Join the sunrise walk event organized by the Chenggong Township Office or visit the Millennium Dawn Memorial Park in Taimali Township. Despite 23 years without a sunrise sighting, Taimali remains a popular destination for sunrise enthusiasts. Don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy the breathtaking natural views and welcome the new year in these beautiful locations.
    2023/12/26 17:46
  • CWA: Rising temperatures amid weakening cold air mass

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) has announced that temperatures in Taiwan are expected to rise today due to the weakening of a cold air mass. Daytime highs will reach 22 to 25 degrees Celsius in the western part of the country and 21 to 23 degrees in the eastern regions. Rainfall will be limited, and skies will largely remain clear, with only slight scattered showers in the east. However, morning lows in the western regions and Yilan will be around 10 to 13 degrees, dropping to below 10 degrees in parts of northern Tainan and Yilan due to the influence of the continental cold air mass and radiative cooling effect. The Hualien-Taitung area should expect lows between 15 and 16 degrees, so individuals are advised to take measures to stay warm. Wind speeds may rise between 8 to 9 levels in parts of Taoyuan to Yunlin, Hengchun Peninsula, Penghu, Lanyu, and Green Island. There could be a risk of high waves along the coast of the eastern regions, Lanyu, Green Island, and Hengchun Peninsula, so residents and visitors are urged to stay vigilant if engaging in seaside activities.
    2023/12/26 10:04
  • 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
  • Beinan tribe’s Lin Pin-chen tops Taitung forest ranger exams

    Lin Pin-chen, a 25-year-old woman from the Beinan tribe, has emerged as the top candidate in the examination for contingent forest rangers conducted by the Forestry and Nature Conservation Agency’s (FANCA) Taitung Branch. Lin demonstrated exceptional skills in motorcycle riding, weighted running, as well as written and oral exams. Having previously worked for FANCA’s Chiayi Branch, Lin has now been selected for the position in Taitung. Out of the 20 registered examinees, 18 attended the exams, resulting in a 90% attendance rate. Following two days of intense competition, three candidates, all Taiwanese indigenous people from the Beinan, Amis, and Bunun tribes, were appointed full-time rangers, while six were put on the waitlist. The overall acceptance rate stood at 16.67%. Forest rangers in Taitung will receive a starting salary of NT$31,130, which can increase to NT$46,695 based on year-end evaluations and work performance. Additional allowances will also be provided for mountain patrol duties.
    2023/12/18 16:51
  • Taitung brightens Christmas with Tiehua Lighting Festival

    Discover the Tiehua Lighting Festival in Taitung, featuring Taiwan’s tallest Christmas reindeer, vibrant lantern displays, and festive celebrations at the Tiehua Music Village from December to February.
    2023/12/16 09:52
  • AIDC meets annual goal, delivers 4 Brave Eagles to Air Force

    Aerospace Industrial Development Corporation (AIDC) has successfully delivered four Brave Eagle advanced jet trainer aircraft to the Air Force base in Taitung, completing their annual contract goal of 17 aircraft. Despite media skepticism, AIDC managed to deliver five aircraft within the remaining month, overcoming challenges caused by the global pandemic. The quartet of Brave Eagles underwent rigorous testing and validation by the Air Force before leaving AIDC’s factory. AIDC’s procurement team negotiated with international suppliers to secure critical parts, ensuring the aircraft’s timely delivery. AIDC’s commitment to national defense missions and emphasis on safety and quality were highlighted by Chairman Hu and General Manager Ma. The Brave Eagle is a significant achievement in Taiwan’s defense autonomy, and AIDC plans to continue delivering aircraft on schedule next year to enhance the nation’s defensive capabilities.
    2023/12/12 13:47
  • Taiwan’s CWA reports sharp temperature drop island-wide

    Taiwan experiences a significant temperature drop as reported by the Central Weather Administration (CWA) on December 12th. Northern Taiwan sees a sharp decline in daytime highs, reaching around 18 to 19 degrees Celsius, with a damp and chilly atmosphere worsening at night. The cooler temperatures are attributed to the passing of a cold front and a strengthening northeastern monsoon. Central and southern Taiwan witness pronounced day-to-night temperature variations, with highs ranging from 26 to 29 degrees Celsius and lows falling between 20 and 22 degrees. Eastern Taiwan also experiences a cold snap, with top temperatures around 24 degrees Celsius. Sporadic, short-lived rainfall is expected in certain areas, while others will see mostly clear to cloudy skies. Gusty winds are predicted in open coastal areas, and the air quality may be affected by pollutants carried by northeastern winds. The air quality index rates different regions of Taiwan, with Yilan, Hualien-Taitung, and Penghu having "good" levels, while other areas are rated "moderate" or may experience "orange alert" levels.
    2023/12/12 09:59
  • Elderly man’s 350km wrong turn ends in New Taipei

    A 71-year-old man from Kaohsiung, Taiwan, accidentally rode his motorbike for 38 hours, covering 350 kilometers, after taking a wrong turn while returning home from visiting his daughter in Taitung. Physically exhausted, he sought help from a local shop in Sanxia, New Taipei City, where the storekeepers contacted the police. Reluctant to trouble his daughter, the man initially withheld her contact information, but eventually provided it after the officers communicated with him. Since his daughter couldn’t reach him quickly, she asked relatives in northern Taiwan to assist. The police took care of the man at the station until his relatives arrived to ensure his safe return home. This incident highlights the compassionate response from the authorities and the community to an elder’s misadventure.
    2023/12/09 14:06
  • Kaohsiung Airport’s new terminal advances

    The Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) announced on Friday (Dec. 8) the progression of Kaohsiung Airport’s new terminal. With the preliminary engineering’s essential design phase completed, the project is set to be tendered, according to CAA official Lin Hung-hsien. The new terminal at Kaohsiung Airport marks the largest construction project following Taoyuan International Airport’s third terminal. This infrastructure advancement reflects Taiwan’s push to modernize its aviation facilities and enhance passenger capacity.
    2023/12/09 14:00
  • Taiwan sees third lowest November rainfall days since 1951

    Taiwan experienced its third lowest average rainfall days for November since records began in 1951, with only 5.9 rainy days last month, according to the Central Weather Administration (CWA). The CWA’s climate review highlighted fluctuating cold and warm temperatures, with isolated showers occurring mainly on the windward sides of the eastern and northern parts of Taiwan. The average monthly temperature was normal at 23.0 degrees Celsius, slightly above the climate average of 22.7 degrees. Taiwan’s cumulative rainfall also fell well below the climatic average of 110.6 millimeters, with only Keelung reaching 90% of its climatic value for rainfall. The Taitung, Pengjia Islet, Hsinchu, and Hengchun stations all reported record lows or near-record lows for rainy days in November. This data from the CWA highlights the variability of precipitation patterns and their potential impact on the region’s climate.
    2023/12/06 20:28
  • 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
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