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Monday, July 27, 2015
Nanhua University (南華大學) recently launched its 2015 summer camps, reprising popular classes such as mindfulness healing and writing training.
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The Taiwan unit of Yahoo Inc. announced recently that it has contracted advertising agencies to help them recruit over 100 digital marketing consultants this year as part of efforts to promote its local advertising.
Chief Economist of the Agricultural Bank of China (中國農業銀行) Xiang Songzuo (向松祚) said yesterday that the recent China stock market crash may be mainly attributed to three causes: haste, willfulness and naivety.
Most of the 15,000 projected visitors to the October E-Commerce Expo Asia 2015 show will be eagerly staking out claims on the industry's 20-percent growth, according to a press release from the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA, 外貿協會).
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Opposition leader Tsai Ing-wen yesterday urged the Ministry of Education to drop charges against students and reporters arrested for storming its headquarters during a protest.
50 Lan outlets inspected over tainted honey
Health authorities in Tainan yesterday inspected outlets of 50 Lan following reports that the honey the tea beverage chain used contained a banned antibiotic.
Standing firmly on his prosthetic right foot, Hsu Yen-hsiang recounts the moment when he woke after he was injured in the August 1, 2014 gas explosion in Kaohsiung and says he hopes his story can bring hope and comfort to the victims of a recent flash fire at a New Taipei water park.
Acer Inc. (宏碁), the world's largest maker of notebooks running on Google Inc.'s Chrome operating system, forecast Wednesday that its Chromebook sales in Taiwan will grow 10-fold in 2015 on the back of education tenders.
Residential property prices in Taiwan are likely to fall by an annual 5-10 percent over the next two years due to a supply glut and weakening affordability, according to a research report.
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The Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) said Saturday that Taiwan is expected to join a newly concluded information technology agreement by the World Trade Organization (WTO) after it completes a consultation process with local industrial associations next week.
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