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A man browses the displays at the Taiwan International Lighting Show on Wednesday, April 12. This year's event, with the theme "Smart design, brilliant life," will run April 12-15 and showcase the newest trends and innovations in the lighting industry. The show takes place at the Taipei Nangang Exhibition Center.
Gaming and VR gadgets to star at Computex
Gaming and virtual reality (VR) will take the spotlight at Computex 2017, Asia's biggest information and communication technology (ICT) event, Taiwan External Trade Development (TAITRA) President Walter Yeh (葉明水) said Tuesday.
Media exec becomes 1st Taiwan student at Alibaba founder's school for entrepreneurs
George Hsieh (謝國樑), chairman of Hualien Media International Co., Ltd. (華聯國際) and publisher of The China Post, recently became Taiwan's first student at an entrepreneurs' college founded by Alibaba Group's founder Jack Ma.
Pay your medical bill with the tap of a finger
Developers in the medical and financial industries on Friday announced a new mobile payment service, e-Health Pay, that's exclusively for medical bills.
Genius Electronics Optical (玉晶光) released its latest earnings report on Friday, hitting financial experts' growth projections, local media reported.
Taiwan unlikely to come off US currency watch list: central bank
Taiwan is unlikely to be taken off the U.S. currency watch list in that country's mid-April foreign exchange market report despite local media speculation, a top central bank official said Thursday.
Industrial real estate leads Q1 deals: report
Most major real estate deals in the first quarter were for industrial purposes -- an unusually high proportion, realty advisory giants Jones Lang LaSalle Incorporated (JLL) and Cushman & Wakefield reported at separate press events Thursday.
Two days after Apple Pay launched in Taiwan, the mobile payment service already had 415,000 cards registered to it, Lee Ruei-tsang (李瑞倉), chairman of the Financial Supervisory Commission, said Wednesday.
Spring computer show starts Friday
Models on Wednesday, March 5 show off some of the electronics that will be on sale at the 2017 Spring Computer Electronics Show (春季電腦展), which runs April 7-10. Organizers said that in addition to bargains on computer products, this year's show will also feature a virtual reality playground and a robotic combat competition.
The National Taxation Bureau will focus on online business transactions during its upcoming business tax inspections, according to recent local media reports.
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