Sunday, October 4, 2015
Heineken's Pop-up City Lounge has arrived at Taipei's Huashan 1914 Creative Park, opening its doors to visitors from Oct. 2 to 4. Mark van Iterson, the brewer's global head of design, has also arrived for the launch of the lounge on Asia's only stop, according to Heineken. The brewer launched the two-container City Lounge in London in 2014 to explore new concepts and designs around Heineken beer. Jeff Wu, marketing director at Heineken Taiwan, explained that Taiwan was chosen as a stop for the City Lounge because the brewer considers it an important market in Asia.
The number of dengue fever cases in Tainan, the municipality with the most serious outbreak of the disease since the start of summer in May, has reached 17,004, an increase of 365 over the previous day, the city's health department said Saturday.
The Kaohsiung Main Public Library has topped a list of "the 10 libraries you must visit" in Taiwan, according to the results of an online survey published Thursday.
A total of 11 alleged tree poachers were arrested earlier this month in Northern Taiwan over charges of cutting down priceless old trees without permission, the Criminal Investigation Bureau (CIB) has announced.
Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海), the world's largest contract electronics maker, topped the list of listed companies on the Taiwan Stock Exchange with the largest amount of cash or cash equivalent assets, ...............
Minister of Culture Hung Meng-chi said Friday he has decided to remain in his post at the request of Premier Mao Chi kuo.
The Civil Aeronautics Administration (CAA) will make a decision on whether to scrap Hengchun Airport in Pingtung County in the second half of next year, given the airport's extremely low passenger numbers, CAA Director-General Lin Tyh-ming said Saturday.
The 2015 Asia eCommerce Forum will open on Oct. 7 at the Nangkang Exhibition Hall, and will see a grand gathering of e-commerce and Internet industry heavyweights, covering topics in e-commerce, mobility and world markets.
A trial run of Kaohsiung's light rail system, the first to be installed in Taiwan, will begin on Oct. 16, the city government announced Thursday.
Taiwan entered a mobile shopping era this year with mobile shopping sales breezing past PC shopping, experts revealed yesterday.