Forty percent of employees in Taiwan who have a retirement plan would like to retire at the age of 58, but 90 percent have no idea how much money they would need for retirement, according to a recent poll published by PCA Life Assurance Co., Ltd.
Table tennis player Chiang Hung-chieh, a member of Taiwan's national team, and popular Japanese table tennis player Ai Fukuhara formally announced their marriage Wednesday.
The Central Weather Bureau said Wednesday that a tropical storm has formed over waters close to Guam, and is likely to develop into a typhoon this weekend.
Teacher's Day, Taiwan Retrocession Day and the Birthday of Chiang Kai-shek are very likely to remain public holidays this year despite the central government's order to scrap them, an opposition lawmaker said Tuesday.
Demonstrators outside the Interior Ministry demanded Tuesday that the government suspend all development projects that depend on forced evictions.
Taiwan's gross domestic product growth in 2016 will likely remain below 1 percent, according to a forecast made Tuesday by Cathay Financial Holding Co. (國泰金), one of Taiwan's leading financial services providers.
The Investment Commission under the Ministry of Economic Affairs on Tuesday postponed its review of a controversial plan by Far EasTone Telecommunications Co. (遠傳電訊) to acquire a stake in cable TV operator CNS (中嘉).
A 80-year-old tea shop in Taipei City's Datong District, which was designated a historic site by the city government in 2009, was reopened Tuesday with a new look.
Typhoon Meranti, which ravaged Southern and Eastern Taiwan last Wednesday, caused approximately NT$2.2 billion in agricultural, forestry, fishing and livestock losses, according to statistics released by the Council of Agriculture (COA).
The Ministry of National Defense (MND) dismissed as "mere speculation" Tuesday a media report that the government has decided to terminate efforts to develop a medium-range surface-to-surface guided missile as a goodwill gesture to China.