Canada sends delegation of 393 to Taipei City

Tuesday 393 Canadians will be heading to the 2017 Summer Universiade, Aug. 19-30 in Taipei City, Chinese Taipei, the Canadian delegation includes five teams selected and managed exclusively in-house by U SPORTS, while all remaining teams are managed by ... ( read original story ...)

Taipei foreign labor office sees 775 disputes in first 6 months

The number of labor disputes recorded by the Taipei City Foreign and Disabled Labor Office increased to 775 during the first six months of this year from 637 in the same period of last year, with migrant workers complaining that their rights and privacies ... ( read original story ...)

U.S. dollar closes higher on Taipei forex (update)

Taipei, July 26 (CNA) The U.S. dollar rose against the Taiwan dollar Wednesday, gaining NT$0.042 to close at NT$30.402 as traders here took cues from the weakness of other regional currencies to cut their holdings in the local unit, dealers said. ( read original story ...)

Watch: Thousands protest call to curb incense burning in Taiwan

Taipei (Taiwan): The sound of clanging cymbals and blaring horns filled downtown Taipei on Sunday as thousands marched in a colourful Taoist procession, protesting a government call to cut back on the burning of incense sticks. About 100 temples took part ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan to host WCIT 2017

World Congress on Information Technology (WCIT) 2017 will take place in Taipei during September 10-13, organized jointly by Taiwan's Ministry of Economic Affairs and World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA). At a press conference ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan taken off Asia-Pacific money-laundering watchlist

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan has been dropped from a watchlist of Asia-Pacific jurisdictions deemed to have inadequate anti-money laundering controls, a senior official said on Wednesday, adding that the move reflects the island's determination to tighten its ... ( read original story ...)

Taiwan taken off regional money-laundering watchlist

TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan has been removed from a regional watchlist of jurisdictions deemed to have inadequate anti-money laundering controls, a senior official told Reuters, adding that the step reflected the island's determination to carry out reforms. ( read original story ...)