Monday, August 25, 2014
Xing Tian Temple (行天宮), one of the most popular temples in Taiwan, yesterday announced that from Aug. 26 it will remove its incense burners and offering tables from the temple for environmental protection purposes., 1 Comment
The Ministry of Labor (MOL) yesterday announced that five employers' representatives, one labor representative and one academic expert will not be participating in a committee meeting to deliberate changes to current minimum wage guidelines., 1 Comment
Concerns have increased over Taiwan losing ground to South Korea in China in key export areas due to delays in talks on a Taiwan-China trade-in-goods agreement.
Taiwan's economy continued its positive momentum in July, with a government indicator of business activity flashing a green light for the sixth consecutive month, signaling steady growth, analysts said Sunday.
Night market peddlers are obliged to pay taxes, however, this will be enforced only after a mechanism for it has first been set up, said Economics Minister Woody Tyzz-Jiun Duh (杜紫軍) Friday., 1 Comment
State-run CPC Co. (中油) yesterday announced that the per-liter price of gasoline and premium diesel will be reduced by NT$0.3, as the domestic fuel prices return to the lowest benchmark seen in 13 months, effective midnight today.
As the “Ice Bucket Challenge” craze continues to sweep Taiwan, more and more public figures are urging the public to be wary of reducing a charity campaign into a game.
The Ministry of Health and Welfare (MOHW) held a press conference recently to show its appreciation to five non-governmental associations that donated four social service cars to provide community services to elderly citizens in rural areas.
Four out of the 94 reservoirs around Taiwan are badly silted, according to the Water Resources Agency., 1 Comment
Canada beat the United States 80-56 Sunday in the final of the women's event in the William Jones Cup 2014 basketball tournament, which was hosted by Taiwan.