StarLux kicks start recruitment

TAIPEI (The China Post) – StarLux Airlines announced 300 job openings on April 16 in preparation for its official launch. While some relevant experience was previously...

Scholar criticizes new college entrance application system

TAIPEI (The China Post) – The second phase of university application started on April 10 in which 318 departments of 41 schools started reviewing...

Teachers’ Act draft bill sparks controversy

TAIPEI (The China Post) – The Education and Culture Committee under the Legislature (Legislative Yuan) reviewed on April 15 the Teachers’ Act draft bill,...

Do you want free cycling insurance?

TAIPEI (The China Post) – Have you signed up yet for your free YouBike insurance? Taiwan’s popular bicycle sharing system has added “personal injury...

No paid time off for 8 years, says English teacher

TAIPEI (The China Post) – Is Taiwan ready for bilingual education? In light of the government’s new policy goal, many foreigners living in Taiwan...

Taiwan ranks 4th for air pollution risk globally

TAIPEI (The China Post) – According to a study published in The Lancet Planetary Health on April 10, an estimate of 4 million children...

LINE to recruit 50 engineers in May

TAIPEI (The China Post) – Want to join a challenging yet creative work environment? Thanks to its rapid expansion, LINE Taiwan has launched a...

New Taipei Mayor responds to concerns over Huawei network on buses

TAIPEI (The China Post) – According to some reports, public buses in New Taipei City use Huawei 4G network cards to provide free Wi-Fi...

Kaohsiung to partner with Microsoft for AI-based bilingual education

TAIPEI (The China Post) – To better face the challenge that globalization brings, Kaohsiung City government plans to cooperate with Microsoft to develop AI-based...

Media spreading too many ‘fake news’: Taipei Mayor Ko

TAIPEI (The China Post) – Taipei Mayor Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) expressed concerns about the soaring number of “fake news” and the role of Taiwan...

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