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  • New Taipei mayor sees highest dissatisfaction rate: Survey

    Discover the latest shifts in public approval for Taiwan’s city leaders, as revealed by a Global Views Monthly survey. New Taipei City Mayor Hou Yu-ih sees the highest dissatisfaction, while Taipei’s Chiang Wan-an enjoys a surge in approval. Explore the dynamic political landscape and how it reflects on local governance.
    2024/06/06 17:17
  • Taoyuan faces power crisis: aging infrastructure to blame

    Explore the challenges Taoyuan City faces with power outages, as Deputy Mayor Wang Ming-chu addresses equipment failure, aging infrastructure, and the indirect role of power shortages. Amidst public dissatisfaction and the impact on industries and healthcare, Taoyuan confronts the realities of climate change and growing demands on its electricity supply.
    2024/04/19 18:07
  • Officials face public dissatisfaction, survey shows

    The latest poll by My-formosa.com reveals high dissatisfaction rates towards Minister of Economic Affairs Wang Mei-hua, Minister of Digital Affairs Audrey Tang, and NCC Chairman Chen Yaw-shyang. Criticism is directed at the Tsai administration’s handling of inflation, fraud prevention, and green energy policies. Conducted through telephone interviews across Taiwan, the survey highlights public discontent with specific government departments and policies.
    2024/03/29 12:15
  • Jaw Shaw-kong slams Taoyuan Airport for planning failures

    Former Broadcasting Corp of China chairman Jaw Shaw-kong criticized Taoyuan International Airport’s runway maintenance, warning of continued flight disruptions and damage to Taiwan’s international reputation. Jaw highlighted poor planning, lack of renovations, and slow progress in infrastructure projects as factors contributing to the airport’s decline in global rankings.
    2024/03/05 11:00
  • Taiwanese unaware of carbon reduction policies: survey

    Eugene Chien, president of the Taiwan Institute for Sustainable Energy, discusses the challenges and opportunities of Taiwan’s planned carbon fee by 2025, aimed at achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. Insights from a recent survey show public unawareness and dissatisfaction with current climate change efforts, stressing the need for alignment with global carbon taxation trends and the integration of AI with ESG initiatives.
    2024/02/01 15:52
  • China rebukes Philippines over Taiwan election congrats

    The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China objected to Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr.’s congratulatory message to President-elect Lai Ching-te, citing a violation of the "One China" principle and the diplomatic tie agreement between China and the Philippines. China’s Foreign Affairs office expressed strong dissatisfaction with Marcos Jr.’s remarks and lodged a vehement protest. An assistant minister of the Agricultural Finance Ministry summoned the Philippine ambassador to China over the matter. China urged the Philippines to refrain from making erroneous statements and actions regarding Taiwan and to respect the "One China" principle in order to maintain robust and stable China-Philippine relations.
    2024/01/16 19:01
  • KMT calls for pre-Christmas rally against DPP government

    The Kuomintang (KMT) has called for a public rally in front of Taiwan’s Presidential Office Building on Saturday night, urging citizens to voice their dissatisfaction with the Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) government. This is the KMT’s first large-scale rally organized by the central committee. The KMT Secretary-General, Justin Huang, expressed the intention to rally constituents against corruption and dual-standard governance, striving for Taiwan’s national security, social justice, and economic prosperity. Huang hopes this rally will bring down the incompetent government and emphasized the KMT’s commitment to a final election victory. Among the three sets of presidential and vice-presidential candidates, Huang highlighted the "Hou-Jaw ticket" as the nation’s best option for peace.
    2023/12/21 17:23
  • 71% of Taiwan workers anticipate year-end bonus

    According to a recent survey by Yes123 job bank, 71% of Taiwanese workers expect to receive a year-end bonus, with 21.1% predicting a larger payout compared to last year. Dissatisfaction with bonus amounts could lead 64.2% of office workers to consider resigning. However, 70.9% of employees anticipate receiving their 2023 bonus before the 2024 Lunar New Year holiday, which is a five-year high. Reasons for not expecting a bonus include company profit declines (15.8%), non-full-time employment status (5.2%), insufficient tenure (4.7%), and personal performance (3.4%). Among those expecting a bonus, 18.6% believe they will receive less than last year, while 60.3% expect a similar amount. The main intended uses for the bonuses are savings (45.5%), honoring parents (43.2%), loan payments (40.5%), handing out red envelopes (39.3%), and investing (31.4%). Workers believe that the ideal distribution of bonuses should be proportionate to personal performance (41.9%), equitable for all employees (32.6%), or tied to company profit (25.5%). Factors that could impact the size of year-end bonuses include company profits (69.2%), personal performance (52.3%), moods of bosses or major shareholders (51.4%), years of service (50.4%), job rank (26.7%), and relationships with bosses or supervisors (25.5%).
    2023/12/20 15:25
  • KMT’s Jaw answers students’ ’1992 Consensus’ questions

    KMT vice presidential candidate Jaw Shaw-kong challenges the narrative of the "1992 Consensus," stating it was not used during cross-strait negotiations. He explains that the parties involved articulated their positions orally with no unified expression, and it was later that Su Chi introduced the term. Jaw also addresses the DPP’s stance on the "One China" policy, stating that the DPP urges Beijing to acknowledge "One China" as the Republic of China, a recognition unlikely from Beijing. He critiques the DPP’s performance over their 8-year tenure and suggests that the electorate could express dissatisfaction by transferring power to the KMT. Jaw acknowledges the contributions of Taiwanese businesses to China’s economic development and asserts that Taiwan could demand economic concessions from China. He questions the need for increased defense spending and extended conscription in Taiwan in the absence of an immediate threat, stating that conflict between the two sides should and must not occur.
    2023/12/20 11:05
  • EVA pilots union prepare for strike vote amid labor dispute

    The Taoyuan Union of Pilots (TUP) has taken their concerns to the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC), demanding increased oversight of EVA Air due to dissatisfaction over wages and annual bonuses despite rising revenues. The union has threatened to limit the airline’s rights if conditions are not improved by a specified deadline and plans to hold a strike vote on December 22. EVA Air has faced scrutiny for various issues, including understaffing that has led to several safety incidents. Pilots accuse the airline of excessive cost-cutting measures, such as hiring foreign pilots through illegal brokers, resulting in a workforce where foreign pilots outnumber national pilots. Over the past year, EVA Air has experienced a significant decline in national pilots, with approximately 10% of the total pilot workforce leaving. The union also claims that EVA Air’s response to the manpower shortage, including mandatory overtime and inadequate training, has resulted in frequent safety incidents. The union is calling for a comprehensive labor inspection and continuous penalties for workplace safety incidents. The Ministry of Transportation and Communications has received a petition from the union and emphasizes the priority of flight safety and public well-being, urging EVA Air to engage in dialogue. The Ministry of Labor is also involved in labor-capital negotiations. The strike vote result, due on January 5, will determine whether a strike will be launched, contingent on EVA Air’s willingness to negotiate improvement measures sincerely.
    2023/12/18 16:40
  • Hou slams Lai for neglecting academia in ’108 Curriculum’

    Kuomintang (KMT) presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih criticizes Democratic Progressive Party candidate Lai Ching-te for disregarding the concerns of industry and academia amid controversies surrounding the 108 curriculum. Hou accuses Lai of prioritizing electoral politics over addressing the weakening of basic subjects in schools and the pressure of academic advancement, which he believes will harm Taiwan’s industries. Hou expresses concern over the decline in academic performance of basic subjects among university students and highlights the dissatisfaction of high school teachers regarding the removal of classical Chinese literature from the curriculum. Hou pledges to reconvene the National Education Conference to address the issues arising from the 108 curriculum if elected and calls on Lai to engage with the controversy rather than avoiding it or exploiting generational divides for political gain.
    2023/12/11 20:05
  • KMT’s Hou, Jaw unite with nominees for campaign photos

    The Kuomintang’s (KMT) presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih and his running mate Jaw Shaw-kong participated in a photo shoot and promotional video session with unranked legislative nominees. They donned white shirts and blue jeans for the hour-long session. Jaw Shaw-kong publicly appealed to Foxconn founder Terry Gou to rejoin the party and contribute to the election campaign, emphasizing the need for unity for the greater good of Taiwan. KMT Chairman Eric Chu took responsibility for any dissatisfaction within the party, highlighting the importance of party coherence. However, Gou distanced himself from rejoining the KMT and the electoral battle, stating that the issue is not relevant to him. The KMT has been actively seeking unity through various channels, including attempting to woo Gou, in order to bolster their chances in the upcoming elections.
    2023/12/07 10:01
  • Hou’s campaign team hits back over joint ticket polling

    KMT presidential candidate Hou Yu-ih’s campaign office accuses TPP candidate Ko Wen-je of being inconsistent regarding the polling dispute during the attempted formation of a joint KMT-TPP ticket. Ko expressed dissatisfaction with the KMT’s internal politics and claimed that the majority of Taiwanese people desire a change in governance. Hou’s spokesperson refutes Ko’s narrative, stating that if polling numbers are within the margin of error, both candidates are considered equal. The spokesperson accuses Ko of refusing to accept scientific facts and remaining stuck in his contradictions.
    2023/12/03 16:38
  • Kaohsiung mayor demands Taipower reform after outages

    Kaohsiung Mayor Chen Chi-mai expressed dissatisfaction with Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) during an interpellation at the City Council. Three power failures occurred in Kaohsiung within three days. Chen assigned a consumer ombudsman to assess damage and investigate losses. He demanded Taipower conduct an examination, upgrade the grid, enhance safety measures, and implement thorough management.
    2023/11/22 20:30
  • Chiu Kuo-cheng downplays U.S. arms sale concerns

    Taiwan’s Defense Minister, Chiu Kuo-cheng, has announced that the Ministry of National Defense (MND) is preparing to strengthen its military in order to prevent war. This comes after Chinese President Xi Jinping expressed dissatisfaction with U.S. arms sales to Taiwan during his meeting with President Joe Biden. Chiu stated that Taiwanese military officers will continue to visit and learn from their U.S. counterparts, regardless of the circumstances. He downplayed concerns about the sale of ammunition, emphasizing that Taiwan is not intentionally arming itself but rather engaging in normal operations. Despite Xi’s denial of plans for military action against Taiwan in 2027 or 2035, Chiu emphasized that the Taiwanese military will not set a target year solely based on Xi’s statements. The MND will maintain a vigilant stance and be prepared for any situation without anticipating military conflicts in specific years.
    2023/11/20 18:36
  • Dissatisfaction rises as KMT, TPP announce collaboration

    Taiwan People’s Party (TPP) campaign spokesperson Chen Chih-han expressed discontentment over the announcement of collaboration between the Kuomintang (KMT) and the TPP, but emphasized the importance of the party’s objectives. Uncertainty remains over whether she may resign. The KMT and TPP conducted their second negotiation and decided to jointly compete in the 2024 presidential elections, with KMT candidate Hou Yu-ih pairing with TPP candidate Ko Wen-je. This decision sparked dissatisfaction among TPP supporters and staff, but Ko acknowledged their concerns during a press conference. Ko expressed worry that the collaboration might reduce their distinction and erase their leading advantage. Despite this, Chen believes that most of the party’s teams and volunteers understand Ko’s predicament. Rumors of dissatisfaction leading to the resignation of Vivian Huang persisted, but Ko’s campaign chief of staff clarified that no resignation notice was given. Huang urged everyone to fully support the TPP, emphasizing that all senior members share the same determination to win the forthcoming elections.
    2023/11/16 17:05
  • Data shows rise in negative perceptions of ruling DPP

    The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has seen a rise in negative perceptions due to disputes over imported eggs, according to data from the Taiwan Public Opinion Research Center (TPOC). The center analyzed online opinions from January to October and found that the DPP received more negative than positive reactions. Public dissatisfaction with the DPP is linked to disputes over imported eggs, tensions in the Taiwan Strait, fraud and cybersecurity concerns, and energy shortages. Other factors include unsafe pedestrian traffic, residential justice issues, subsidies for private schools, unclear labeling of American pork, and disputes over flu vaccination. Despite the diminishing lead, DPP presidential candidate Lai Ching-te remains ahead with over 60 days until the 2024 general election. All political parties must intensify their efforts to win public support as the election approaches.
    2023/11/13 11:37
  • Health minister unsure of nurses’ exam standards gripes

    The Ministry of Health and Welfare in Taiwan has decided to lower the entry standards for the national examination for nursing personnel in order to address staff shortages. The Minister of Health and Welfare, Hsueh Jui-yuan, expressed his uncertainty about the reasons for nurses’ dissatisfaction with the announcement. The goal of this policy change is to enhance the pass rate in the national examinations and boost the nursing workforce. However, the National Taiwan University Hospital Union argues that the real issue lies in the lack of conducive workplace environments to retain nurses, rather than the number of nursing licenses. They believe that both ministries have failed to adequately discuss the policy change and provide comprehensive explanations and support measures. The union urges hospital management to improve the workplace environment to better handle staffing predicaments.
    2023/11/12 18:02
  • MOTC urges Taiwanese public to follow traffic rules

    Taiwanese citizens express their dissatisfaction with the new road regulations implemented on July 1 through social media, sharing stories of the consequences of violating the rules. The Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) amended Section 43 of the Road Traffic Management and Penalty Act, imposing fines and driving bans for drivers exceeding the speed limit by more than 40 kilometers per hour. Offenders also face a six-month license suspension. Despite Taiwan’s reputation for bad traffic behavior, some argue that the previous threshold of exceeding the speed limit by 60 kilometers per hour should be reinstated. The MOTC asserts that managing speed is crucial for road safety worldwide and considers excessive speeding a serious offense. They emphasize that higher speeds limit a driver’s field of vision and reaction time, urging citizens to comply with traffic rules without presuming luck.
    2023/11/08 17:05
  • DPP’s approval rating plummets by 18 points

    According to a recent poll by the TVBS Poll Center, the approval rating of Taiwan’s ruling Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) has dropped by 18 points, with nearly 60% of respondents believing it’s time for the DPP to step down ahead of the 2024 presidential and legislative elections. The DPP’s approval rating fell from 46% to 28% since the impeachment of Kaohsiung Mayor Han Kuo-yu in June 2021, while the dissatisfaction rate rose to 58%.
    2023/10/19 16:01
  • TSMC abandons fab plans in Taoyuan due to local opposition

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has decided not to proceed with its plans to establish a new chip factory in Taoyuan’s Longtan District due to strong opposition from local residents. The company initially intended to produce chips smaller than 2 nanometers at the site, but the negative public response led to the abandonment of the project. The government’s expropriation of a land area, of which 90% is private property, sparked public dissatisfaction.
    2023/10/18 11:03
  • Koinu prompts 18 cities in Taiwan to declare ’Typhoon day’

    Typhoon Koinu hits Taiwan, leading 18 cities and districts to suspend work and school. However, four northern cities, including Taipei and Taoyuan, remained open, causing dissatisfaction among residents.
    2023/10/05 13:43
  • Prolonged wait times cause dissatisfaction at military event

    Taiwan’s armed forces organized a military experience event at Hsinchu Hukou military base, attracting over 110,000 participants. However, attendees faced long waiting times, with some waiting up to 3 hours for shuttle buses.
    2023/09/25 17:17
  • Taiwan’s monthly minimum wage expected to exceed NT$27K

    Taiwan’s Minister of Labor, Hsu Ming-chun, confirms the upcoming deliberation on raising the minimum wage by 3-3.2%. Citizens express concerns over inflation’s impact on their livelihoods.
    2023/08/17 22:52
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