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  • Marshall Islands pledges strong support for Taiwan

    Discover how the Marshall Islands reaffirmed its support for Taiwan during President Hilda C. Heine’s visit, marking 26 years of diplomatic ties and future collaboration on key issues.
    2024/05/22 15:46
  • MOFA: Taiwan, Vatican deepen ties amid China concerns

    Explore the strengthening ties between Taiwan and the Vatican, focusing on their mutual commitment to religious freedom and human rights. Learn about recent diplomatic and environmental engagements.
    2024/05/22 15:02
  • Peng takes on environmental challenges as new minister

    Discover how Peng Chi-ming, Taiwan’s new Minister of the Environment, addresses the pressures of his role and his stance on nuclear energy amid climate change challenges in his first report to the Legislative Yuan.
    2024/05/22 10:59
  • Cold snap to hit Taiwan from Wednesday to Saturday

    Stay prepared for cooler temperatures in northern and northeastern Taiwan, as the Central Weather Administration forecasts a dip to around 20 degrees Celsius, with possible brief showers and thunderstorms across the island.
    2024/05/06 16:43
  • La Niña likely to shape Taiwan’s climate in 2024

    Lin Te-en predicts a high chance of La Niña in 2024, potentially affecting Taiwan’s weather with fewer typhoons, altered rainfall patterns, and cooler temperatures, based on a U.S. study.
    2024/04/22 15:26
  • Taiwanese embrace EVs while global sales slow down

    Discover why Taiwan is experiencing a surge in electric vehicle adoption despite a global market slowdown. Learn about the strategic adjustments major car manufacturers are making in response to challenges and competition in the EV sector.
    2024/04/19 17:12
  • Prices rise faster in Taiwan, inflation perception sharpens

    Explore how Taiwan’s core inflation cycle has dramatically shortened from an average of 17.19 months to just under 8 months over recent years, leading to a significant shift in public perception towards inflation. This change is attributed to various factors, including the pandemic, geopolitical risks, and climate change, affecting the country’s inflation trend and resulting in a discrepancy between public feeling and official statistics.
    2024/04/08 18:14
  • Taiwan to convene 3rd carbon fee rate review in late April

    Taipei’s Climate Change Administration plans to hold the third Carbon Fee Rate Review Council in late April to discuss carbon pricing, aiming to base future discussions on scientific foundations. Despite disagreements on target feasibility, the Ministry of Environment aims to establish carbon fee rates before 2030 and intends to charge for 2023’s carbon emissions by 2025.
    2024/04/08 17:04
  • Taiwan faces rising temperatures and extreme rain: CWA

    Discover how Taiwan’s climate is changing with a rise in temperature and shifts in rainfall patterns. Learn about the projections for shorter winters, longer summers, and more extreme weather events, including heavy rainfall and typhoons. Explore the measures being taken by the Central Weather Administration to address these challenges and enhance severe weather monitoring systems.
    2024/04/01 17:36
  • Taiwan’s economy glows green for stability in February: NDC

    Taiwan’s NDC reports economic stability with a green light status for February, driven by production and export improvements linked to AI themes. Officials anticipate continued growth in March, citing positive trends in manufacturing, consumer confidence, and foreign trade. Investment in emerging technologies and R&D, along with steady public investment, are expected to sustain momentum.
    2024/03/28 17:54
  • Taiwan businesses prioritize swift action for profitability

    Read about the latest insights from the 2024 Taiwan Business Leadership Survey by PwC Taiwan. Discover how Taiwanese business leaders are navigating challenges and opportunities in a rapidly changing economic landscape, with a focus on sustainability, competition, and transformation. Gain valuable perspectives on the future outlook and industry-specific trends shaping Taiwan’s business environment.
    2024/03/27 16:52
  • Global experts discuss sustainable ecosystems at SCSE 2024

    Explore how the Smart City Summit and Expo (SCSE) 2024 became a pivotal platform for Taiwan in its ambitious journey toward achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050, featuring insights from global experts on sustainable solutions and collaborative innovation.
    2024/03/19 20:47
  • Taiwan’s Reservoirs dip below 50% amid dry weather forecast

    Experts warn of declining reservoir levels in Taiwan due to reduced rainfall this winter and spring. Lin Te-en, an atmospheric sciences expert, predicts the dry trend will persist into April, emphasizing the need for heightened water conservation efforts. Key reservoirs across the island are experiencing storage rates below 50%, signaling a looming water shortage. With the U.S. NCEP’s Climate Forecast System projecting continued low rainfall, public awareness and conservation are crucial to mitigate the crisis.
    2024/03/14 13:50
  • Taiwan to host APPU annual meeting in 2025

    Deputy Legislative Speaker Johnny Chiang extends an invitation to MPs from Asian-Pacific Parliamentarians’ Union member countries to Taiwan’s 2025 Annual Meeting. Chiang emphasizes Taiwan’s commitment to addressing regional issues like climate change and economic development. Taiwan will host the APPU conference for the 11th time in 2025.
    2024/03/14 12:01
  • Taiwan boosts flights to Palau, deepens bilateral ties

    Taiwan and Palau strengthen cooperation and tourism opportunities as Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs Tien Chung-kwang announces increased flights. Democratic Progressive Party legislator Chung Chia-pin hosts establishment meeting for Taiwan and Palau Parliamentary Friendship Association, highlighting diplomatic ties and cooperative relationships in various spheres. Palauan Ambassador to Taiwan David Adams Orrukem emphasizes environmental conservation and climate change as top priorities during the meeting.
    2024/03/01 17:20
  • Taiwan predicts normal Pacific temperatures post-spring

    Stay informed about the latest weather updates in Taiwan with insights from the Central Weather Administration (CWA). Discover the forecast for the upcoming quarter, including temperature trends and rainfall expectations. Be prepared for changing conditions as spring approaches.
    2024/03/01 11:24
  • Warm and sunny start to the week for Taiwan

    Stay updated on the weather forecast in Taiwan this week. Expect warm temperatures on Monday, with a chance of scattered showers in certain regions. Cooler weather is anticipated by Thursday, followed by a cooling trend towards the weekend due to the strengthening northeasterly monsoon.
    2024/02/19 11:03
  • Chilly spell ends: Taiwan to bask in 30°C weekend warmth

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) reports that northern and northeastern Taiwan experienced temperatures between 14 and 17 degrees Celsius on Feb. 16, due to the influence of the northeast monsoon. However, a warm-up is expected over the weekend. Starting from Sunday, the weather will trend towards being excessively warm, with only a few brief showers expected on the east coast and Hengchun Peninsula. Meteorological experts predict that warm south winds will stabilize the weather next week, with clear skies and high temperatures likely to exceed 30 degrees Celsius. The CWA anticipates a front approaching by Wednesday next week, which may bring increased moisture to eastern regions and mountain areas of the north, resulting in brief, localized showers. Other areas will experience partly cloudy to clear weather. Until the arrival of the new front, the overall climate will remain warm, providing a good opportunity to enjoy the sunshine.
    2024/02/16 11:00
  • Lai Ching-te celebrates democracy with Marshall Islands

    President-elect Lai Ching-te of the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) had a virtual call with Marshall Islands President Hilda Heine, celebrating their successful elections and shared values of democracy, freedom, and human rights. President Heine praised Taiwan as a beacon of democracy and expressed hope to attend Lai’s inauguration ceremony. Both leaders highlighted the 26-year diplomatic relations between Taiwan and the Marshall Islands, emphasizing successful cooperation in various sectors such as agriculture, healthcare, renewable energy, education, climate change adaptation, and information technology. Lai expressed his intention to collaborate with the Marshall Islands in addressing climate change.
    2024/01/24 18:33
  • Nauru cuts diplomatic ties with Taiwan, allies dwindle to 12

    Taiwan’s diplomatic ties with Nauru, its South Pacific ally, have been severed, reducing Taiwan’s diplomatic partners to 12. Taiwan and Nauru first established diplomatic relationships on May 4, 1980, with a brief interruption from 2002 to 2005 when Nauru switched allegiance to Beijing. Efforts by the then-Taiwanese Foreign Minister Mark Chen and Nauruan President Ludwig Scotty revived the ties. The current Nauruan president, David Adeang, received congratulations from the Taiwanese ambassador stationed in Nauru. Taiwan and Nauru have collaborated in various areas, including infrastructure construction, public health, clean energy, education, climate change, information technology, agriculture and fishing, and naval patrol. Taiwan’s remaining diplomatic allies include the Marshall Islands, Palau, Tuvalu, Eswatini, the Holy See, Belize, Guatemala, Haiti, Paraguay, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, and Saint Vincent.
    2024/01/15 14:12
  • T’way Air revives Incheon-Taichung route, boosting tourism

    T’way Air has resumed operations on its Incheon-to-Taichung route, with the maiden flight carrying 189 passengers. Taichung City’s Tourism and Travel Bureau held a welcoming event for the inaugural flight and believes that reopening the route will deepen tourism exchanges between Taichung and Korea. Director Chen Mei-hsiu cited Taichung’s mild climate, convenient location, rich tourist resources, and food culture as attractions for Korean visitors. The Incheon-Taichung route, operating a Boeing 737-800, will have seven weekly flights, with daily round-trip service in winter. T’way Air is the third Korean airline operating the route, following Korean Air and Asiana Airlines. In 2023, the number of tourists traveling from Korea to Taiwan reached 470,000, ranking third after Japan.
    2024/01/05 17:49
  • Lai Ching-te defends ’2025 Non-Nuclear Homeland’

    Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Lai Ching-te defended his party’s energy policy against criticisms from the Kuomintang (KMT) and Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) on Tuesday (Dec. 26), reiterating that the ’2025 Non-Nuclear Homeland’ is not forcible termination. The plan, launched by President Tsai Ing-wen, is not meant to abruptly end the operation of existing nuclear power plants. The Maanshan Nuclear Power Plant’s No. 2 Reactor will cease operations by 2025 in accordance with the law. Lai praised Tsai’s initiative in developing the renewable energy industry and questioned the stance of KMT’s presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih and TPP’s presidential candidate Ko Wen-je on nuclear power. Lai also cast doubts on the candidates’ proposals to resurrect the Fourth Nuclear Power Plant, questioning the disregard of the referendum’s legal effects. He announced plans to invest NT$900 billion by 2030 in motivating corporate investment for the goal of ’carbon neutrality by 2050.’ Lai emphasized the importance of aligning with international standards, establishing carbon trading systems, promoting green electricity, reducing carbon emissions from the Taiwan Power Company, and addressing climate change’s impact on industrial development. He dismissed concerns about future green energy supply sufficiency, citing the Taiwan Power Company’s prediction of an electricity demand increase to 7 million kilowatts by 2030, with supply surpassing 9 million kilowatts. Lai predicted an end to power shortages and the advent of a diverse green energy era.
    2023/12/26 19:35
  • Taiwan’s weather fluctuates; cold air to recede by New Year

    The Central Weather Administration (CWA) has issued cold advisories for multiple counties and cities in response to dropping temperatures in Taiwan. The whole island experienced chilly weather, with temperatures ranging from 11 to 14 degrees Celsius. Some areas, including Hsinchu, Yilan, and Hualien, prepared for temperatures around 10 degrees Celsius. The European Centre for Medium-Range Weather Forecasts (ECMWF) predicts brief spells of rain in northern and eastern Taiwan, as well as mountainous regions in the central and southern parts of the island. Some low-lying areas may also experience occasional light rain. Mount Hehuan, Xueshan, and Mount Nanhu, all above 3,000 meters, are expected to have subzero temperatures and a high chance of snowfall. However, no further strong cold air influence is expected before the New Year. Starting next Tuesday, the cold air will gradually recede, leading to clear skies and a gradual increase in temperatures. Climate expert Chia Hsin-hsing emphasized the unpredictability of the New Year’s weather and advised the public to stay updated with the latest forecasts.
    2023/12/23 10:26
  • Taiwan sees economic confidence boost: survey

    A survey by Cathay Financial Holdings reveals a rise in Taiwan’s economic confidence, with the outlook index turning positive and stock market optimism rebounding. The December survey shows that 70% of the population expects the economic growth rate to exceed 2% in 2024, while 55% anticipate the inflation rate to remain above 2%. These expectations differ slightly from projections by the Directorate-General of Budget, Accounting, and Statistics (DGBAS), which forecasts a 3.35% economic growth rate and an inflation rate of 1.64% for 2024. The DGBAS data suggests that people may be more conservative about economic expansion and anticipate higher inflation. Additionally, expectations for salary adjustments have improved compared to 2022, with 45.9% of those surveyed predicting wage increases. Of these, 9.2% believe raises will exceed 3%, and 47.6% expect monthly regular wages to stay the same. Taiwan’s current situation confidence index has climbed from -23.2 in November to -3.0 in December, while the future outlook confidence index has improved from -9.1 to 3.6, signaling growing optimism about Taiwan’s upcoming economic climate.
    2023/12/20 14:56
  • Taiwan grapples with extreme weather amid climate change

    2023 emerges as the hottest year on record, with Taiwan experiencing rapid climate changes. Experts discuss the local and global factors contributing to warmer winters and longer summers, emphasizing the need for proactive measures against these environmental shifts.
    2023/12/17 11:42
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