The Green Product Mark is a private eco-friendly certification for consumer products offered by TÜV Rheinland, a 140-year-old third-party test house with German origins and an international presence today.
While Taiwanese families return to their hometowns and lock themselves away for the Chinese New Year celebrations, Taiwan's expat community usually makes the most of the nine-day holiday to explore the island.
Amid increasing globalization of trade and in an increasingly competitive market with ever-lower retail prices, Taiwan's textile sector has been hard hit. The hosiery industry is no exception.
To push for the transformation of Taiwan's textile industry and make up for the insufficient parts in the clothing production line, the Industrial Development Bureau, Ministry of Economic Affairs worked with Taiwan Textile Federation ...
At Accessory Atelier, accesses to information about jewelry trends and new material applications are provided to designers and manufacturers. They can also use the computerized 3D wax-carving machine to make samples.
The Taiwan Textile Federation (TTF, 中華民國紡織業拓展會) is getting busy with its new Taipei-based fashion center, as it continues to help develop Taiwan's burgeoning clothing and accessories industry.
Life was very different in the 1960s when Hung Chi-feng's (洪啟峰) grandmother made a living sewing clothes with leftover fabric scraps they got from garment exporters in his hometown of Changhua (彰化).
As winter deepens and the renewal of spring waits around the corner, a few Hakka festivals are coming up to offer everyone good times and cultural insights; they are introduced below in chronological order: ...
In celebration of the Republic of China (中華民國) centenary, the National Youth Commission (NYC, 青年輔導委員會) has its own way of celebrating the special year for the youth.