Thursday, August 27, 2015
A partnership should be formed for the panel industry across the strait, establishing a uniform standard and cooperation platforms, Economics Minister John Deng (鄧振中) said yesterday.
The Ministry of the Interior (MOI) is planning to integrate the chip-embedded national identification card and Citizen Digital Certificate, and equip the resulting card with an electronic purse to facilitate usage, Interior Minister Chen Wei zen (陳威仁) said.
Wednesday, August 26, 2015
Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential hopeful Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) faced criticism yesterday from a local newspaper over her "wait and see" attitude regarding the current economic and stock market crisis., 2 Comments
President Ma Ying-jeou yesterday again called on opposition Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) presidential candidate and chairwoman Tsai Ing-wen to explain what she means by maintaining the status quo in cross-strait relations, stressing that Tsai's failure to do so could make Taiwan a troublemaker in the international community again., 1 Comment
The commander of the United States Pacific Fleet said yesterday that the latest situation on the Korean Peninsula where both sides ended a military standoff through dialogue is a great example on how to resolve similar conflicts.
People interested in seeing Taiwan's most advanced helicopter, the AH-64E Apache, will have a chance to do so later this year when the military will hold open days at two of its bases, the Ministry of National Defense said Tuesday.
The Ministry of National Defense (MND, 國防部) announced last night that it would not be able to end conscription as scheduled.
Interior Minister Chen Wei-zen honored 35 missionaries on Monday for their long-term contributions to Taiwan during stays that have averaged more than 35 years.
Tuesday, August 25, 2015
Up to 1,000 public servants violate regulations by working part-time for a separate business and should be disciplined accordingly, the Ministry of Civil Service (MOCS, 銓敘部) said yesterday.
The Taiwan Armed Forces currently have no plans to lift the decision to ground a pilot who led a group of civilians on a tour where they took photographs of an AH-64E Apache helicopter this March without undergoing proper procedures despite prosecutors deciding not to press charges, the Taiwan military said yesterday.