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  • Tainan leads with new student safety measures outdoors

    Discover how Tainan is leading the way in outdoor education safety and curriculum development, making it the first among Taiwan’s six municipalities to implement new regulations.
    2024/06/26 11:01
  • Taiwan battles triple virus outbreak, including COVID surge

    Discover how Tainan is leading the way in outdoor education safety and curriculum development, making it the first among Taiwan’s six municipalities to implement new regulations.
    2024/06/26 10:49
  • Taiwan bolsters school safety after New Taipei tragedy

    The Minister of Education, Pan Wen-chung, has announced measures to ensure school safety following a brutal throat-slitting incident at a New Taipei City school. Premier Chen Chien-jen has directed the education ministry to provide psychological aid for students and staff, as well as enhance personnel and funding. Representatives from the Judicial Yuan, six municipalities, civil organizations, teachers, and parents will collaborate to prevent future tragedies. The government plans to reevaluate counseling and assessment mechanisms in intermediary education. Additionally, the potential addition of security staff in schools is being discussed. The assailant student has been detained, and the investigation will proceed according to the Juvenile Justice Act.
    2023/12/28 18:10
  • Taipei 101 tops city land value chart for 11th Year

    Taipei 101 has maintained its position as the highest-valued land in Taipei for the 11th consecutive year, with an estimated value of NT$2,001,000 per square meter. This equates to approximately NT$6.615 million per ping, a traditional Taiwanese unit of area. Cathay Landmark Plaza follows closely behind, achieving record-high office rental prices and a land value of NT$1,920,000 per square meter or roughly NT$63.47 million per ping. Shin Kong Life Tower, another prominent structure in Taipei’s skyline, claims the third-highest land price at NT$1,904,000 per square meter, equivalent to about NT$62.94 million per ping. Land values in Taipei have been steadily rising for six years, although the rate of increase in 2023 appears to be slowing down. Taipei’s property value growth is considered the most stable among Taiwan’s six special municipalities, with a yearly increase of 1.37% in housing prices and a 0.48% rise in the land price index, according to the Ministry of the Interior’s latest housing price index.
    2023/12/20 17:07
  • Interior minister urges vigilance against election fraud

    Minister of the Interior Lin Yu-chang visited the Taoyuan Police Department, urging officers to crack down on bribery and maintain order ahead of the 2024 elections. The Taiwanese government has actively promoted nationwide anti-fraud measures in preparation for the general elections. Minister Lin emphasized the potential for foreign forces to disrupt societal order through false information and called for increased vigilance in intelligence gathering by the police. He praised the Taoyuan Police Department for successfully preventing 1,176 fraud cases this year, ranking them first among the six special municipalities in Taiwan. With the elections approaching, Lin highlighted the police’s role in deterring election bribery, online gambling, and fake news. The central government is committed to reinforcing the national police force and enhancing police welfare, with the National Police Agency compiling the needs of various police stations to ensure they are adequately met.
    2023/12/02 18:13
  • Changhua struggles with gradual population outflow

    Changhua County councilor Chen Yu-chi warns of the county’s population outflow, projecting a potential drop below 1.24 million by early 2024. The registered population in Changhua has already declined by 4,953 people, or around 550 per month, between January and September 2023.
    2023/10/27 14:43
  • Housing market in Taiwan’s six municipalities slows down

    TAIPEI (TVBS News) — The Bureau of Land Administration of six municipalities in Taiwan released on Monday (July 4) the data for property transfers in June. The figures revealed a decline in monthly and yearly transactions, indicating a sluggish housing market.
    2023/07/03 18:21
  • Taipei boasts highest unemployment rate among young adults

    Recent reports indicate that Taipei City has the highest unemployment rate among young adults aged 25 to 29 among the six special municipalities in Taiwan. 
    2023/04/24 06:00
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