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May, 26, 2016

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Investment opportunities at hand in Jordan
The Jordanian Commercial Office (JCOTPE) in Taipei serves as a bridge between Taiwan and the Middle Eastern nation of Jordan. Its main role is promoting "the Jordanian economy and investment sector in Taiwan trying to attract Taiwanese investors," ............
 
The many ways to celebrate Inauguration Day
President-elect Tsai Ing-wen and Vice President-elect Chen Chien-jen's inauguration takes place today, marking the start of a new era for Taiwan. For the first time, the ceremony will be streamed online on the official website of the Presidential Office.
 
Commemorative coins ready to "light up" sales
Inscribed with "Light Up Taiwan," the slogan of Tsai's election campaign, the commemorative coins will go on sale today. With the public displaying great interest in the presidential inauguration, the Central Bank expects sales to soar for the gold and silver commemorative coins.
 
Sharing the Netherlands' powers of innovation
Windmills, tulips and clogs are probably the first things that come to mind when you think of the Netherlands. Even though such icons remain close to the nation's heart, they don't play a big part in modern life. Innovation is the cornerstone of the Dutch economy and society, ...........
 
Dutch DAF trucks — driving toward safety and eco-friendliness
A decade has come and gone since Formosa Plastics Transport Corporation (FPTC, 台塑貨運) brought Dutch DAF trucks to Taiwan. Stepping into the shoes of its customers, the company has dedicated its efforts to providing clients with a wide selection of products that suit various needs.
 
Embark on Taichung Mazu International Festival
Every spring, Taichung (臺中) becomes a center of religious and tourist activity in celebration of the birthday of Mazu (媽祖), the deity who is said to watch over sailors and fishermen. On April 8, the statue of Mazu will set off on a nine-day pilgrimage from the Jenn Lann Temple (鎮瀾宮) in Dajia (大甲) with a parade of over 100,000 well-wishers, floats and shooting fireworks.
 
People key to growing Australia-Taiwan partnership
2016 Australia Day Message of Catherine Raper, Representative, the Australian Office in Taipei
 
Black Arm Band connects with Taiwan indigenous communities in Taitung
The Australian Office was delighted to support a tour by Black Arm Band to Taiwan in late August 2015. Black Arm Band (BAB) had been invited to perform at the 2015 Taipei Arts Festival.
 
Australian beef:  tender, tasty and juicy
Australian beef is a healthy choice that meets high standards of meat integrity and traceability
 
There are currently 840 regular direct passenger flights across the Taiwan Strait each week, with the number set to grow soon to 890. Direct cargo flights, in turn, number 84 per week.
 
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