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  • Taiwan denies restricting Chinese artist’s speech at event

    Discover the truth behind the rumors about Chinese artist Hu Ge’s restrictions during a Taipei event. The Mainland Affairs Council clarifies the situation, emphasizing support for cross-strait cultural exchanges.
    10小時前
  • Intel CEO urges balance in U.S. chip ban against China

    Explore how Intel CEO Pat Gelsinger addresses the U.S. chip ban against China at COMPUTEX Taipei, emphasizing the need for balance to avoid pushing China towards self-reliance in semiconductor technology.
    2024/06/05 11:15
  • Jensen Huang’s Taiwan visit sparks China’s speculation

    Discover how NVIDIA CEO Jensen Huang’s recent statement on Taiwan’s global significance during his visit stirs debate amid U.S.-China tech tensions and export restrictions.
    2024/06/03 17:55
  • China to suspend tariff benefits for 134 Taiwanese products

    Discover the latest on China’s suspension of preferential tariff rates for 134 Taiwanese products starting June 15, escalating cross-strait tensions. Learn about the economic and political implications of this significant shift.
    2024/05/31 13:03
  • Taiwan’s travel agencies challenge ongoing China travel ban

    Taiwan’s travel agencies urge the government to reconsider the prolonged group travel ban to China, arguing it is unconstitutional and harms cross-strait relations and the travel industry.
    2024/05/30 16:06
  • Taiwan allows pre-June travel groups to China despite ban

    Discover how Taiwan is adjusting its travel policies amid a ban on group tours to China, allowing pre-planned trips to proceed. This move aims to balance tourism interests and cross-strait relations.
    2024/05/30 15:50
  • Taiwan maintains ban on group tours to China

    Discover the latest on the ban on group tours to China for Taiwanese citizens, as the Travel Agents Association confirms no changes despite industry calls for easing restrictions.
    2024/05/29 17:53
  • Taiwan travel agents threaten legal action over China ban

    Discover the latest on Taiwan’s travel industry’s legal threat over the ban on group tours to mainland China, amid rising cross-strait tensions and political disputes.
    2024/05/22 16:22
  • Taiwan considers easing mask mandates in hospitals

    Explore the potential easing of mask mandates in hospitals by Health and Welfare Minister Hsueh Jui-yuan in Taiwan, as COVID-19 restrictions adjust. Deliberations include balancing public health with convenience, amidst discussions on enterovirus vaccines and regulatory updates in a Legislative Yuan meeting.
    2024/05/08 13:13
  • Taiwan faces underground tourism risk amid China travel ban

    Explore the impact of a potential ban on Taiwanese travel groups to China starting June 1, as discussed by Chen Yi-hsuan. With 80% of Taiwan’s travel agencies involved with China, the industry faces the risk of unregulated tourism. Efforts to negotiate with China have begun, highlighting the economic significance of Chinese tourists to Taiwan and urging the new government to prioritize cross-strait exchanges. Concerns over legal, safety, and transportation issues are also raised by industry leaders.
    2024/05/07 14:42
  • Eased trade, travel restrictions to bolster ties: China

    China has announced the lifting of its ban on several agricultural and fishery products from Taiwan, signaling a potential thaw in cross-strait relations and fostering hopes for increased economic and cultural exchanges.
    2024/04/29 17:57
  • Huawei overcomes U.S. restrictions with new smartphone chip

    Discover how Huawei’s new Pura 70 series, featuring the advanced Kirin 9010 processor, marks a significant technological leap and defies U.S. restrictions, selling out quickly after launch.
    2024/04/29 14:10
  • Central Cross-Island Highway reopens to heavy trucks

    The Central Cross-Island Highway in Hualien, damaged by the recent earthquake, will reopen to heavy trucks under 17 tons at the 19.7-km mark on April 15 after initial repairs by the Highway Bureau’s Guguan section, with load inspections and reinforcement construction planned to ensure road safety.
    2024/04/15 14:52
  • Ma’s China visit: Meeting with Xi unconfirmed

    Former Taiwan President Ma Ying-jeou’s 11-day visit to China sparks speculation of a meeting with Xi Jinping, as TAO announces arrangements but remains non-committal. Zhu Fenglian praises Ma’s adherence to the "One China policy" and his efforts in promoting cross-strait youth exchanges, criticizing Taiwan’s DPP for hindering these interactions.
    2024/04/10 13:21
  • Taiwan clarifies dredging ship restrictions amid tensions

    In a legislative session, Taiwanese lawmaker Chen Yu-jen questions China’s dredging vessels passing through restricted waters off Kinmen. Premier Chen Chien-jen and Ocean Affairs Council Minister Kuan Bi-ling deny this possibility. Tensions escalate in the Kinmen-Xiamen waters following a recent incident involving a capsized Chinese fishing boat.
    2024/03/13 18:21
  • US reviews Chinese car imports citing security risks

    China criticizes US restrictions on car exports, citing national security concerns. US subjects Chinese internet-connected cars to security risk review, sparking backlash from China’s Ministry of Commerce. White House alleges data collection on US citizens, prompting investigation. President Biden calls potential influx of Chinese cars a national security risk. US considers import restrictions on Chinese vehicles, impacting connected and autonomous cars and parts. U.S. Secretary of Commerce warns of data collection by Chinese smart connected cars, likening them to "iPhones on wheels."
    2024/03/05 17:12
  • Compensation meeting for Sanchong locals announced

    Residents in Sanchong District, New Taipei City, are allowed to return home following safety assessments by civil engineers. Mayor Hou Yu-ih ensures compensation for affected residents after evacuation due to construction site damage.
    2024/02/29 14:24
  • Taiwan calls for goodwill from China to resume tourism

    Taipei (TVBS News) - Taiwan’s Minister of Transportation and Communications, Wang Kuo-tsai, urges China to show goodwill towards resuming tourism and travel between the two countries. The Ministry of Transport and Communications banned local travel agencies from arranging tours to China in early 2024, leading to backlash from the tourism sector. Wang emphasized the government’s commitment to healthy interactions with China and hopes for the return of Chinese tourists to Taiwan. The goal of attracting 12 million international tourists to Taiwan this year remains unchanged, with the potential for two million visits from China, depending on pandemic control. The MOTC will evaluate the impact of the ban on travel agencies and work on solutions. Discussions with airlines will ensure affected travel agencies can refund their clients for booking issues.
    2024/02/22 12:01
  • Premier: China’s stance key to full Taiwan tour group access

    Taiwan’s Premier Chen Chien-jen announced that travel to mainland China is possible for pre-arranged tour groups before May 31, pending China’s cooperation. The decision, made in response to a query from Kuomintang caucus whip Fu Kun-chi at the Legislative Yuan, was explained as a temporary measure due to China’s failure to reciprocate group tourism efforts. Chen highlighted that the possibility of lifting the ban hinges on China’s willingness, emphasizing that existing tour groups can still travel before the end of May.
    2024/02/20 18:52
  • Mid-air miracle: Woman gives birth on EVA Air flight

    A pregnant woman gave birth on an EVA Air flight from Tokyo to Taipei, with both mother and child reported safe. The Civil Aeronautics Administration confirmed the successful landing at Taipei Songshan Airport. EVA Air has specific guidelines for pregnant passengers, including restrictions on flying after 36 weeks for single pregnancies and after 32 weeks for multiple pregnancies. Pregnant women between 28 and 35 weeks must complete a medical information sheet approved by the company’s doctor before flying.
    2024/02/15 15:18
  • Lunar New Year dishes’ popularity adds to festive atmosphere

    Kaohsiung’s catering chefs witness a 10% surge in Lunar New Year orders as pandemic restrictions ease, reflecting the festive spirit of the season.
    2024/02/09 12:30
  • Fu Kun-chi vows to end NCC’s ’oppression’ of media

    KMT Legislator Fu Kun-chi pledges to protect the media from the NCC’s "oppression" and promises that if chosen as KMT caucus coordinator, NCC members must have opposition party consent before taking up their posts. Fu vows to allow the media to report freely and objectively without restrictions. He expresses readiness to confront the DPP caucus coordinator and intends to expose the DPP’s wrongdoings, including issues related to vaccines, face masks, and submarines. Fu emphasizes the need for opposition party solidarity against the ruling party and indicates open communication channels with Ko Wen-je.
    2024/01/25 13:46
  • Yangmingshan Elementary first in Taiwan to take cold break

    Yangmingshan Elementary School, located in Taipei, Taiwan, has become the first school in the country to implement a two-day cold break due to a cold front. Principal Liang Chih-huan made the decision to prioritize student safety, considering the potential for snowfall at students’ homes and icy roads. The suspended classes will be made up on the following Monday and Tuesday. Additionally, there is a possibility of snow at Yangmingshan’s Erziping trail, leading to an increase in snow tourists. Nearby Chinese Culture University is already on winter break, but administrative staff will take time off based on actual conditions. In the event of snowfall, vehicle restrictions will be imposed on Yangde Boulevard, the main road to Yangmingshan, with only vehicles with passes permitted to proceed. Snow chains will be required for vehicles accessing the mountain’s control and snow viewing points, and buses will not be allowed in the controlled areas.
    2024/01/22 17:10
  • Businesses urge President-elect to boost cross-strait ties

    The Third Wednesday Club Chairman Lin Por-fong expresses hope for improved cross-strait relations and economic cooperation under the ECFA with President-elect Lai Ching-te. Lin emphasizes the importance of handling international relations well, resolving cross-strait issues through communication and exchange, and establishing communication mechanisms with China. He believes that cross-strait relations impact economic development and calls for the loosening of restrictions on the economy, tourism, and culture. Lin advocates for the active maintenance of the ECFA, highlighting that international economic agreements like the CPTPP and RCEP require mainland China’s consent. Concerns are raised about the potential impacts on industries if China terminates the ECFA. Compal Electronics Chairman Hsu Sheng-hsiung warns of global unrest due to constant change and challenges across industries, technologies, economies, politics, and conflicts among nations. He also highlights the need for industries to monitor potential escalations of conflicts as nations vie for resources.
    2024/01/18 10:25
  • DPP grapples with TikTok dilemma: To ban or not to ban

    The Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Secretary-General Hsu Li-ming expressed concern over the use of TikTok, stating that it is a difficult issue that the party cannot ban or use. He suggested that the party should consider strengthening its presence on alternative new media platforms like YouTube and Instagram for better public engagement. These comments were made during the party’s first central meeting after the recent presidential and legislative elections. Another party member, Hsu Shu-hua, acknowledged the DPP’s lack of engagement with young people and technology, including popular trends on TikTok, but argued against a ban, stating that it would be ineffective and that the issue should be confronted directly. Party member Wang Ting-yu recommended treating TikTok as a matter of national security and studying how Western countries have dealt with the platform. Legislator Hsu Chih-chieh echoed this sentiment, pointing out that democratic nations like the U.S. and the UK have imposed certain restrictions on TikTok. He urged Taiwan to take more precautions and learn from the policies of other democratic countries to safeguard itself against informational warfare. Secretary-General Hsu Li-ming emphasized the importance of dialogue and cooperation with civil society groups and the effective use of online platforms like Instagram, short videos, and TikTok, urging these actions to be taken now and not just during elections.
    2024/01/18 10:21
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