Tuesday, April 1, 2014
Citizens of New Taipei City will be able to apply for passports at the city's household registration offices starting on April 1, the New Taipei City Government's Civil Affairs Department (CAD, 新北市正府民政局) announced yesterday.
The Taipei City Parking Management and Development Office (臺北市停車管理工程處) introduced a new policy yesterday, enforced in areas around MRT Daan and Dongmen stations.1 Comment
Monday, March 31, 2014
A landlord, surnamed Chen, lost a lawsuit yesterday in a case in which he pursued reparations from the parents of his late tenant, surnamed Hsu, believing Hsu's suicide to have depreciated the value of the apartment.
Wednesday, March 26, 2014
A local scholar defended the government's eviction of protesters who stormed the Executive Yuan compound Sunday, saying that criticism of the crackdown reflected a lack of understanding of the practices of Western democracies.
Three members of a motorcycle gang that tried to stir up trouble at protests against a trade in services pact with China have been handed over to prosecutors, the Taipei City Police Department said Tuesday.3 Comments
Two Tamsui district police officers were featured in local newspapers yesterday and were praised for aiding French tourists in recovering a cellphone within 20 minutes of it being lost.2 Comments
The Taipei City Transportation Office (臺北市公共運輸處) released a statement celebrating over 140,000 passengers on the Tomb Sweeping free shuttle bus service during the first weekend of its launch.
Saturday, March 22, 2014
An expatriate from England who has been in Taiwan for 15 years was recently featured in local newspapers, following an article in the UK-based Daily Mail newspaper.2 Comments
Friday, March 21, 2014
The Taipei City Transportation Office (臺北市公共運輸處) held a press conference yesterday to promote a three-weekend and five-route free shuttle bus service for the convenience of Taipei City residents during the Tomb Sweeping Festival (清明節).
The Annual Taipei American School (TAS) Orphanage Club Book Sale will be held from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 22 in the lobby and front area of TAS, according to the school's press release.