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1,572 electric scooter riders attended a flashmob on Taipei Bridge on Sunday morning. (PHOTO: Gogoro Taiwan Facebook)

E-scooter flash mob in Taipei set new world record

TAIPEI (The China Post) — A group of more than 1,500 scooter riders took part in a flash mob on the Taipei Bridge on Sunday...
In an age of fake news and misinformation, The China Post has joined the World News Day celebrations with the aim of raising public awareness of the critical role that newsrooms and journalists play in providing the public with credible and reliable news and views. (Courtesy of the WNF)

The China Post joins World News Day in fight for quality journalism

TAIPEI (The China Post) – News organizations around the world celebrate World News Day on Saturday, highlighting how the work of news professional impact...
日本航空推出新策略,在網站座位圖上顯示嬰兒的位置,讓乘客在選位時能夠避開這些可愛但又令人煩惱的小寶貝們。| Japan Airlines introduced a new tool on its website that shows where infants are sitting so that other passengers can decide to avoid some areas on their flights. (Shutterstock)

Japan Airlines let you know where babies are seated

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Are crying babies one of the most unbearable experiences during a flight?  Japan Airlines recently unveiled a new tool on its...
Many felt pressured when knowing that they would be watching mortician performing tasks. Although the mortician used artificial human body during the lesson, some were still scared and shaking badly. (Photo courtesy of the Motor Vehicles office in Taoyuan City)

Drunk drivers in Taiwan learn the value of lives in funeral home

TAIPEI (The China Post) — To raise awareness of the danger of drunk driving, The Motor Vehicles Office in Taoyuan City on Tuesday held a...
Greenpeace called 2020 presidential candidates to propose policies covering sustainable energy and actions on climate change (Courtesy of the Greenpeace)

More than 1.2 million people could be displaced due to climate change

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Climate change is expected to have a severe impact in Taiwan by 2050, affecting more than 1.2 million people due...
This Sept. 30, 2017 aerial photo shows the reactors of No. 6, right, and No. 7, left, at Kashiwazaki-Kariwa nuclear power plant, Niigata prefecture. Japanese nuclear regulators say two reactors run by the utility blamed in the Fukushima plant meltdowns have met their safety standards, saying the operator has since taken sufficient measures at another plant it owns. The Nuclear Regulation Authority unanimously approved Wednesday, Oct. 4, 2017, a draft certificate for No. 6 and No. 7 reactors at the plant in northern Japan operated by the Tokyo Electric Power Co. under stricter standards set after the 2011 Fukushima disaster. (Kyodo News via AP)

Three Tokyo Power executives found not guilty in Fukushima nuclear disaster

TAIPEI (The China Post) — The only criminal prosecution related to the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster ended today with the Tokyo District Court deciding that...
The annual collective wedding held by Taiwan Armed Force for the first time accepted registration from same-sex couples for a wedding ceremony scheduled later this year. (PHOTO: Shutterstock)

Taiwan Armed Force to hold same-sex wedding for first time

TAIPEI (The China Post) — The annual collective wedding held by Taiwan Armed Force for the first time accepted registration from same-sex couples for a wedding ceremony scheduled later this year.  Three same-sex couples registered to...
The Data Journalism Bootcamp trained over 30 journalists on skills ranging from cleansing and structuring of data to investigative journalism. (The China Post)

Data boot camp broadens Taiwan journalists horizons

TAIPEI (The China Post) — Konrad Adenauer Stiftung, a German political party foundation, and DataLEADS, a data-driven Indian start-up, have yet again collaborated on...
臺中市政府警察局從今年8月執行為期一個月的「靜城專案」,全臺首創將噪音偵測設備附隨在測速照相機上方。 This August, the Taichung City Police Department started experimenting the “Hush City Project” – a two-in-one device featuring a noise detector and a speed camera that allows detection of both the travel speed and sound of passing cars. (Courtesy of Taichung City Police Department)

Taichung ‘Hush City Project’ starts now

This August, the Taichung City Police Department started experimenting the “Hush City Project” — a two-in-one device featuring a noise detector and a speed...
The National Immigration Agency (NIA) said the applications for residence permits were three times more than usual, and applicants usually have to wait for more than two hours in the office. (Courtesy of the NIA)

Foreign students can apply for residence permits online: NIA

TAIPEI (The China Post) —  The National Immigration Agency (NIA) recently launched an online application system for foreign students to apply for residence permits. Foreign students still flocked to NIA on Monday to...

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