Monday, March 10, 2014
Lin Wuu-long, the former head of enterprise management research at the United Nations, said Taiwan's move to treat joining the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) as a top priority makes sense.
Taiwanese designs have been winning increasing accolades on the international design scene and can now add the head of Germany's prestigious Red Dot Design Award to its list of advocates.
Asustek Computer Inc. is envisioning developing a wearable device that can be controlled using voice commands or customizable hand movements, according to the chairman of the Taiwanese PC maker.
A Taiwanese biomedical company announced Sunday that it will invest NT$30 million (US$991,560) in a United Nations' program to reduce deaths of infants born in unhygienic circumstances in developing nations.
TransAsia Airways, one of Taiwan's smaller carriers, announced that it is to double its flight services to the Japanese city of Osaka in the wake of increasing interest in travel to the city.
Entertainers from Taiwan and South Korea will take part in a charity baseball game in Taichung on March 16, as part of a collaborative effort with Taiwan's Tourism Bureau to promote travel through sports exchanges.
The Taiwan International Children's Film Festival, which will kick off in Taipei on March 27, is aimed this year at inspiring children to think more openly and creatively.
More than 40 percent of homeowners in Taiwan are planning to purchase new homes within a year, according to a recently released report, whereas roughly 35 percent want to purchase new homes because they are dissatisfied with the environment of their current homes.
TThe market for micro processing units (MPUs) used in tablet computers worldwide is expected to grow 35 percent year-on-year in 2014 on solid demand for mobile communications devices, a research report said.