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Taiwan mulls easing regulations on arrival of migrant workers

TAIPEI (The China Post) — With about 700,000 migrant workers in Taiwan, the labor force relies heavily on migrant workers in manufacturing, construction and...

Ready, get set … go! Happy birthday Taiwan!

TAIPEI (The China Post) — The last rehearsal for Taiwan’s Double Tenth Day celebration unfolded Thursday, highlighting a complex performance featuring some honor guards,...

Heng Tong to donate NT$2 billion to build new NTUH research center

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Heng Tong Machinery Co. Ltd. (亨通機械捐) will donate NT$2 billion over the next five years to help National Taiwan...

Taiwan to ease labor shortage by lifting migrant workers’ entry ban

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Minister of Labor Hsu Ming-chun (許銘春) hinted Thursday at inter-ministerial discussions aimed at lifting the entry ban on migrant...

Taiwan schools AC installation on schedule: Ministry of Education

TAIPEI (The China Post) – The Ministry of Education (MOE, 教育部) said Thursday that the ongoing installation of air conditioning (AC) for all classrooms...

Taiwan railway operator unveils Apple Pay support for e-tickets

TAIPEI (The China Post) — The Taiwan Railways Administration (TRA, 交通部臺灣鐵路管理局) announced Monday that it now supports Apple Pay to purchase train tickets with...

Severe floods destroy bridge in southern Taiwan

TAIPEI (The China Post) — A bridge in southern Taiwan was destroyed Saturday by strong floods brought on by former typhoon Lupit (盧碧) that...

Singapore eases quarantine rules for Taiwan travelers

TAIPEI (The China Post) — The Singapore Ministry of Health announced on Thursday that travelers arriving from Taiwan won’t have to isolate at home...

Tokyo Olympics kick off amid fears of 5th COVID-19 wave

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Tokyo Olympics officially kicked off on Friday amid a surge in COVID-19 infections in the Japanese capital. Unsurprisingly, the virus’...

Premier Su says supporting Taiwan athletes ‘priority’ during Olympics

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Taiwan Premier Su Tseng-chang (蘇貞昌) on Wednesday said the priority is to provide Olympic athletes with support in response...