The goal of the project for a light rail system serving New Taipei's Tamsui District is to upgrade Taiwan's rail industry by building trains locally for the new rail system, the city's Department of Rapid Transit Systems said Tuesday.
Actor Harry Yuan takes the front seat while paragliding in the skies of Taiwan in this undated photo provided by the Tourism Bureau. Yuan hosts a documentary jointly produced by the Tourism Bureau and National Geographic on extreme sports in Taiwan. The documentary will premiere in Taiwan on Friday, Sept. 23.
Taichung Mayor Lin Chia-long, fourth from left, and others stand at a press conference to announce upcoming activities in the central city on Fishermen's Day, Saturday, Sept. 24.
Taipei City Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) said Wednesday at the city council that his performance in office would determine whether he would seek a second term, adding that he would know if he should "pack his bags."
Employees work on a production line run by a Taiwan-based firm in Thailand, Wednesday, Sept. 21. A Taiwanese investor who has run businesses in Thailand for more than 20 years said ..........
Two doctors were accused of falsely claiming approximately NT$60 million in insurance payouts over the past five years by issuing false medical certificates, officials said on Wednesday.
Investors in Taiwan's stock market largely stayed on the sidelines Wednesday as they awaited decisions by central banks in Japan and the United States on whether they would adjust interest rates.
Taipei City Councilor Chen Yen-po, right, who is embroiled in an affair scandal, speaks on the phone while Councilor Juan Chao-hsiung touches his shoulder, Wednesday, Sept. 21. Earlier in the day Chen, a New Party member, admitted he had an extramarital affair with a young woman and made a public apology.
A "five-foot way" Western-style house, a historical site and a favorite spot for tourists in Chinsha Township, Kinmen County, is seen in this photo taken Wednesday, Sept. 21.
Sanxin Outlets Co., a joint venture between Japanese real estate developer Mitsui Fudosan and Farglory Land Development, signed a contract Tuesday with Taiwan International Ports Corp. (TIPC) to build an outlet mall in the Port of Taichung.