Taiwan Stock Market May Find Traction On Monday

The Taiwan stock market has moved lower in five straight sessions, sinking almost 650 points or 5.3 percent along the way. The Taiwan Stock Exchange now rests just above the 12,230-point plateau ... ( read original story ...)

New avenues: Taiwan looking at partners

Even as China continues with its aggressive behaviour around its periphery, it has been particularly tough on Taiwan for allowing senior government officials from the United States of America to visit ... ( read original story ...)

Must-try food in Taipei

Taipei is one of the bustling cities in East Asia. The capital of Taiwan, it is a melting pot of Western influences and oriental culture. The city boasts itself as the world’s culinary capital. Taipei ... ( read original story ...)

DIY stores grow amid COVID-19

Many retailers have been caught off-guard by COVID-19 restrictions and shifting consumer habits, but do-it-yourself (DIY) stores are enjoying a boom as people spend money on their homes and gardens. A ... ( read original story ...)

TIWW and CE Taiwan held in Taipei

The second Taiwan International Water Week (TIWW 2020) along with the third Circular Economy Taiwan (CE Taiwan) was jointly held at Taipei World Trade Center Hall 1, in Taipei, Taiwain, from September ... ( read original story ...)

China’s biggest chipmaker hit by US sanctions

The US government has sanctioned China's biggest chipmaker, dealing further damage to the country's semiconductor industry after cutting Huawei off from its chip suppliers. On Friday, the US ... ( read original story ...)