Monday, July 27, 2015
A Japanese man, who sampled Taiwan's light roast coffee with a flavor of lemon black tea, pineapple and oolong tea during a visit to the mountainous Alishan region six years ago, has moved to Taiwan and has been promoting the "Alisan Coffee" brand for some three years now.
Suryati of Indonesia beat eight other contestants to win the Mandarin and Hokkienese song title in New Taipei City's Foreign Labor Super Star Singing Competition Sunday.
CPC Corp., Taiwan (CPC, 台灣中油) said on Sunday it would cut domestic gasoline prices by NT$0.2 per liter and diesel prices by NT$0.3 per liter, starting Monday.
Investment analysts expressed optimism over OTC market Taipei Exchange's performance in the latter half of 2015, amid expectation that Apple Inc. will unveil new products in September.
A private zoo in Tainan's Madou District in southern Taiwan is set to be closed for good in January next year, with the owner complaining that the newly revised Animal Protection Act will make his business too challenging to run.
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As the number of smartphone and tablet computer users in Taiwan continues to rise, e-commerce service providers and online gaming and instant messaging companies are introducing new services to tap into the country's mobile payment market.
Indonesia is going ahead with a plan to raise wages for its domestic helpers in Taiwan, as the negotiations between the two countries on the issue have not produced any concrete decisions, an Indonesian official told CNA recently., 1 Comment
Shaved ice is a favorite during hot, sweaty summers -- a claim backed up by a survey that showed 73 percent of people enjoy shaved ice. Yet, according to research, 67 percent of people report experiencing tooth pain while eating or drinking cold foods and beverages, and another 60 percent of adults have sensitive teeth.
A team of nine students from National Taiwan University of Science and Technology won first prize and a cash award of US$10,000 at the IEEE 2015 International Future Energy Challenge (IFEC), the university announced yesterday.
Foreign nationals visiting Taiwan appreciate the easy access to convenience stores in almost every corner of Taiwan in both cities and remote villages, a global travel information search engine said last Friday in releasing the results of its latest study.