Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Taiwan's next major goal is to elevate its chances to join the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), President Ma Ying-jeou said yesterday at an event for U.S. business representatives.
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen (陳威仁) yesterday said the computerized registration system software provider did not contract out a software design project to a mainland Chinese firm, noting that the National Security Bureau (NSB) also denied such speculation.
Over a hundred former highway toll collectors protested in front of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) to fight for their working rights that they say the ministry failed to protect.
On the eve of the first committee review of the Taiwan-China trade-in-services agreement, Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) lawmakers occupied a meeting venue yesterday in a move intended to hamper the Kuomintang's (KMT) attempt to declare the pact effective immediately.
Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport said yesterday that it will enforce security checks and traveling document inspections in order to ensure the safety of passengers.
The Splendor Hotel in Taichung offered an apology yesterday for miscommunication with dissatisfied customers who had not gotten their share of all-you-can-eat lobsters at the hotel's restaurant.
U.S. west coast exclusive fast-food burger chain “In-N-Out” set up shop in Taipei for a mere four hours during a flash marketing campaign yesterday, selling a limited amount of 300 burgers to lucky fans who received wind of the event on popular social network Facebook.
Taiwan's Centers for Disease Control (CDC) confirmed on Tuesday a Chinese male student as the second German measles case in Taiwan this year.
Two major animal rights groups have linked up with a handmade cosmetics company to fight against the practice of animal testing in Taiwan's cosmetics industry.