Earthquake measures were on the table for discussion at the Cabinet meeting on Thursday, with the Ministry of Science and Technology (MOST, 科技部) rolling out data and reports to ease both public concerns and address future disaster-prevention work., 1 Comment
Foreign participants in a cycling conference in Taipei were impressed with Taiwan's public bicycle rental system, in particular the YouBike system in Taipei, the CEO of the Giant Group and the head of the Taiwan Bicycle Association said Wednesday.
Transactions of residential and commercial housing in Taipei in February fell to a new low in 28 years at a time when the local economy showed signs of slowing down, taking a toll on property investor confidence, according to a report by Sinyi Realty Inc. (信義房屋)., 1 Comment
Air quality in Kaohsiung City and Pingtung County reached hazardous levels Tuesday morning, and people in the two areas with breathing problems were urged by the Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) to avoid outdoor activities.
Tour packages to travel in Hsinchu City's (新竹市) Siang Shan District (香山) between Feb. 27 and June 30 are offered at half price for a limited 1,200 people, announced the Hsinchu City Government.
The Central Taiwan county of Yunlin said Monday that it will restart a long-stalled afforestation plan in four barren coastal areas to increase ecosystem productivity there.
Water prices in Taipei will be adjusted higher, beginning on Tuesday, but the hike will not affect the around 60 percent of the users who consume less than 20 cubic meters of water per month, the Taipei Water Department said Monday.
A Chinese student at Fo Guang University in Yilan has been missing since he was swept by a big wave into the Pacific Ocean off Wushi Port in the county on Sunday, according to local police and Coast Guard officers.
Taipei International Church celebrated 25 years of the Tagalog Fellowship recently. The daylong celebration saw inspirational messages from Bishop Efraim Tendero, the head of World Evangelical Alliance, ..............
A Taipei court on Friday sentenced a man who slashed the throat of a second-grader and killed her at a school last year to life in prison, rejecting the prosecution's recommendation of the death penalty., 1 Comment