Sunday, November 23, 2014
Tens of thousands of voters headed out to show support for the candidates in next week's all-important local elections on the “Super Saturday,” the last weekend before the polls.
U.S.-based Intel Corp.'s research arm announced that it has created a new low-energy prototype memory array alongside Taiwan's state-funded Industrial Technology Research Institute (ITRI) that could boost device battery life.
First-time home buyers are increasingly shunning the ritz of Taipei and New Taipei in favor of Keelung, Taoyuan, Yilan City and other nearby areas to avoid skyrocketing home prices in the capital, National Realty said.
The People's Liberation Army (PLA) has established a large-scale signals and information monitoring facility in Hong Kong similar to the U.S. PRISM monitoring program, according to the Canada-based Kanwa Information Center.
General Interface Solution (GIS) Holding Ltd., the touch panel module manufacturing unit of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., has filed an application to seek a primary listing on the main board, according to the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE).
A surprise move by the People's Bank of China (PBOC) to cut interest rates has lowered the chance for Taiwan's central bank to kick off a rate hike cycle any time soon, an economist said Saturday.
A Taiwanese man with spinal muscular atrophy was recognized in Taipei Saturday for his inspiring story overcoming paralysis to make it to Harvard's school of law and pass the New York bar exam.
Spain sees a good opportunity in increasing its sales of olive oil to Taiwan, as the country struggles with a series of food scandals involving the use of tainted oil, Spain's representative to Taiwan said Tuesday at a seminar to promote premium Spanish olive oil.
Taiwan will seek out new sources of foreign laborers to meet local needs, a deputy labor minister said Saturday in a bid to dispel concerns after Indonesia, an important sources of Taiwan's domestic caregivers, announced plans to stop exporting female laborers in five years.
Dossiers on many political prisoners during Taiwan's martial law period of 1949-1987 will soon be opened to the public, the Ministry of Culture said Monday.