Day: October 4, 2019

A retired doctor’s gift to Tainan’s Xushi Music Library

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Taipei-Yeh Sze-ya (???), a retired Taiwanese-American doctor living in Arcadia, California, donated his collection of more than 10,000 CDs and vinyl records to Xushi Music Library (???????) in Tainan this year.

After moving to the …

Taiwan university, U.S. institute set up joint brain research lab

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Taipei-A joint laboratory established by National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU) and U.S.-based Haskins Laboratories was inaugurated in Taipei Friday at an official sign unveiling ceremony, with scholars from the two sides set to work together …

Hong Kong’s ban on masks during protests will raise tensions: MAC

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Taipei-Taiwan's Mainland Affairs Council (MAC), which oversees cross-strait affairs, said on Friday that the Hong Kong government's ban against wearing masks during protests is expected to increase confrontation between protesters and the authorities in the …

Australian Aboriginal bark art exhibition opens in Taipei

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Taipei-Over 100 pieces of Australian Aboriginal artwork painted on tree bark were shown at the opening of an exhibition in Taipei on Friday, to promote indigenous culture, according to the organizers.

The "Old Masters - …

IC testing equipment maker to hire 1,000 for new R and D headquarters

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Taipei-Chunghwa Precision Test Tech. Co., a Taiwan-based integrated circuit testing equipment supplier, said Friday that it will recruit 1,000 newcomers for its new research and development headquarters to promote future growth.

At a ceremony officially …

StarLux to woo passengers with ‘high-end services’: chairman

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Taipei-Taiwanese startup airline StarLux Airlines will seek to differentiate itself from its competition through high-end services, chairman Chang Kuo-wei (???) said earlier this week, when the carrier unveiled its uniform and cabin design.

"We at …

Over 800 kg of ghost nets removed from Penghu coral reefs

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Taipei-A volunteer cleanup effort to help protect the coral reefs around the offshore Penghu County yielded more than 800 kilograms of abandoned fishing nets on Thursday, the Marine National Park Headquarters (MNPH) said Friday.

The …

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