297 domestic cases, two imported cases, and 258 cases from the backlog were announced at the Central Epidemic Command Center’s (CECC) daily press conference today.
297 Domestic Cases, 258 Backlog Cases, 19 Deaths Confirmed, Details of Vaccinations Plans Revealed
401 new cases and four imported cases were announced today, along with 266 cases added from the backlog.
401 New Domestic Cases, 266 Cases From Backlog, Chen Shih-Chung Reveals Details of Biotech Negotiations
Minister of Health and Welfare Chen Shih-chung announced 302 domestic cases, two imported cases, and 11 deaths at today’s press conference.
302 Domestic Cases, 331 Backlog Cases, 11 Deaths Announced, Splits Between Local and Central Governments Widen
COVID-19 has given a modest boost to online shopping in Taiwan, with platforms such as Momo, PChome, and Shopee strengthening their market positions.
E-Commerce Grows Steadily in Taiwan Amid Pandemic
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The Rundown: Shareholders’ Meetings Suspended, 1nm Chip Breakthrough, Job Seekers Decline
Taiwan acacia logs worth hundreds of millions of New Taiwan Dollars are stacked in heaps on the premises of Sen Hsin Industrial Co. Ltd. in Hsinchu County’s Xinfeng Village.
Taiwan Acacia’s Commercial Evolution
U.S. Senator Edward Markey lauded the Biden Administration for its attention to upholding the U.S.’ important – if unofficial – relationship with Taiwan.
The Need for Continued, Expanded U.S. Support
February 28, 2017, marked the 70th anniversary of the 228 Incident, a bloody crackdown on Taiwanese civilians by Nationalist troops in 1947.
228 Seventy-Four Years On: The Fight for Transitional Justice
In the spring of 2020, the social media accounts of the Taipei Economic and Cultural Representative Office (TECRO) in Mexico City began to share posts made by Mexican federal legislators.
Taiwan's Non-Traditional Diplomacy During the Pandemic: The Case of Mexico
From a personal point of view, this essay attempts to shed light on the opening sequence of Huang Ya-Li’s film Le Moulin (2015) by explaining the metaphor of the sequence and the film.
Le Moulin: An Invitation to Meditate on Taiwanese History by Ya-Li Huang
“Internet big sister” Jude Chao on how a passion for skincare led her to share more about mental health, wellness, and the art of real living with her debut book and sheet mask line
Jude Chao: ‘Skin Care for your soul’ and sexy radishes
We chat with the sister duo behind Meimeiwawa, about growing up in the entertainment industry, the media's portrayal of women, and how they're challenging the status quo with their independently produced films and music.