Thursday, July 23, 2015
A group of U.S. medical experts offered advice Wednesday during a visit to a Taipei hospital on carrying out a skin graft for a burn victim injured in a dust explosion at a New Taipei water park June 27.
Taiwan's unemployment rate in June hit 3.71 percent, up by 0.09 percentage points from May but down 0.21 percentage points from a year earlier, the Directorate General of Budget, Accounting and Statistics (DGBAS) reported Wednesday.
Demand for workers remains high despite a slight uptick in Taiwan's unemployment rate in the month of June because of an influx of new university graduates into the job market, an online manpower agency said Wednesday.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
The Taipei Shilin District Court ordered the detention of a 27-year-old man, Kuo Yen-chun (郭彥君), who is accused of launching a random knife attack at a Taipei Metro station, injuring four people on Monday.
The Taoyuan International Airport Corporation has been working relentlessly on the establishment of the airport's Terminal 3, and in a bid to have more locals participate in and understand the construction as well as the entire project, the Ministry of Transportation and
President Ma Ying-jeou called for the rapid conclusion of a trade agreement between the European Union (EU) and Taiwan during a meeting with a visiting European Parliament delegation yesterday.
In the wake of Monday night's random knife attack in Taipei's subway system, Taipei's Department of Rapid Transit Systems will beef up patrols in Taipei Metro stations and trains, the agency said Tuesday., 1 Comment
A 15-year-old junior high school student randomly attacked one man and a woman late Monday night with a kitchen knife, police said. It was the second random attack in the greater Taipei area Monday night.
Students and union workers for higher education institutions protested yesterday in front of Nation Taiwan Normal University (NTNU, 台灣師範大學) over the university's decision to suspend hiring teaching assistants, or TAs.
The two random attacks that occurred in Taiwan on Monday are products of isolation, alienation and loneliness suffered by young people in today's society, experts in the country said Tuesday., 1 Comment