The number of food scandals has been on the rise in recent years in Taiwan. According to the latest survey released in term of health, a majority of Taiwan's public are highly concerned about the problems of food safety. This article will discuss why the public worry about food products sold in the market and what the government should do to assure food safety.
As every year in Taipei, the night of Halloween is mainly celebrated in the night clubs and bars of the capital city. But a particular event took place on Thursday the 31st in Deja Vu, a bar owned by the famous Taiwan singer Jay Chou. This event, named “The Ball of the Vampires,” distinguished itself by proposing original party features and entertained a few hundred foreigners and Taiwanese during the evening. Deja Vu, in cooperation with Taipei Paris Night and Boom Event, two foreign entertainment agencies, held the event and welcomed participants to live a vampiric night from 8 p.m. to 2 a.m.
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Letter to the editor Dear Sir, Your report “MOFA offers no help in UK customs row: tour leader” (July 9) surprised not just our case officer, Mr. Tsui, but also our entire office. We, the Taipei Representative Office in the UK, have strongly committed ourselves to offering 24-hour emergency assistance to Taiwanese nationals encountering difficulties and problems within the UK, including disputes with local law enforcement authorities.
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