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  • Taiwan’s MOE reforms fitness tests for students

    The Ministry of Education’s Sports Administration in Taiwan has announced a significant reform to student fitness assessments. Sit-ups will be replaced with curl-ups in order to enhance safety and comprehensiveness in evaluating students’ physical fitness. These changes, which will take effect on August 1, 2024, also include the option to test cardiovascular endurance using diverse and internationally trending methods. The revised regulations are tailored for students aged 10 to under 23 years old and aim to provide a more holistic assessment of physical abilities. The reform allows instructors to select testing methods based on environmental conditions, ensuring safety and accuracy. These changes align with international standards and aim to promote robust and health-conscious youth.
    2023/11/23 09:41
  • TSMC sets recruitment record, plans over 1,000 hires in 2024

    Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) plans to recruit over 1000 young talents in 2024, aiming to reach new recruitment heights after hiring 1135 employees this year. As a dominant chip maker, TSMC is committed to being a top industry leader in providing electric power supplies and supporting Taiwan’s goal of achieving net-zero emissions by 2050. The recruitment process involves multiple stages, including writing and speaking tests, on-site reviews, and hands-on task evaluations. TSMC expects to fill 965 job positions across 16 disciplines, including electric power distribution, transmission, substation, electric engineering, machinery, civil engineering, and integrated administration. The company also aims to offer 40 positions for applicants with physical and mental disabilities. Preliminary exams will be held in Taipei, Taichung, Kaohsiung, and Hualien on May 12 next year. Successful candidates will be offered a starting salary of around NTD$ 32 thousand. TSMC encourages the public to apply for these positions and contribute to maintaining a stable and sustainable power supply for Taiwan’s future.
    2023/11/13 20:10
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