Saturday, May 23, 2015
Liu Yu-ting (劉玉婷), a secretary of Taipei City Government consultant Hung Chih-kun (洪智坤), yesterday attempted to resign from her job due to pressure after being revealed as a whistleblower.
The United States does not take sides in Taiwan's presidential elections, U.S. officials said Thursday ahead of an upcoming visit by opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen to the U.S.
Taiwan's Centers for Disease Control (CDC) warned on Friday of the growing threat from MERS-CoV (Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus) in the country after neighboring South Korea reported its first three such cases earlier this week.
The Foreign Ministry's Bureau of Consular Affairs (BOCA) yesterday announced the establishment of its account on the free messaging service Line to better connect with the public and inform nationals of the latest travel information.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) has made public an animated short film as part of its ongoing efforts toward promoting safety awareness among Taiwanese youths who plan to take advantage of working holiday programs.
The Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA, 中華民國對外貿易發展協會) will soon organize a series of forums at COMPUTEX Taipei (台北國際電腦展).
The Taipei government on Friday launched an integrated platform for tourist taxi services, providing foreign travelers an alternative to discover the capital city at their own pace.
A savings strategy called the Millionaire Plan (小富翁帳戶), created by Taipei Fubon bank, provides parents with the option of investing money for their children's tuition fees.
A district court on Friday ordered Chang Chi Foodstuff Co. and its owner to pay compensation of NT$91.05 million (US$2.99 million) to a group of consumers who had bought sub-standard cooking oils produced by the company.
The government's comptroller body forecast the nation will see 3.28 percent GDP growth in 2015, a 0.5-percentage point downward adjustment from the February forecast.