Day: January 17, 2020

NTU, Fu Jen ranked favorites among corporate recruiters in Taiwan

| January 17, 2020 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Taipei-When it comes to graduate employability, National Taiwan University (NTU) and Fu Jen Catholic University are the two top public and private institutions that have been ranked as favorites among corporate recruiters in Taiwan, a …

AIT head highlights U.S.-Taiwan shared future entering 2020

| January 17, 2020 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Taipei-American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) Director Brent Christensen praised the strong partnership and close people-to-people ties between the United States and Taiwan as 2020 gets underway at a conference in Taipei on Friday.

Speaking at …

Revised car seat rule targeting toddlers to start Sept. 1

| January 17, 2020 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Taipei-A regulation that will require parents to put children up to two years of age in a rear-facing safety seat will begin on Sept. 1 if all goes according to plan, the Ministry of Transportation …

Tourism Bureau suggests 40 ways to enjoy Taiwan’s mountains

| January 17, 2020 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Taipei-The Tourism Bureau on Friday unveiled 40 recommended itineraries for alpine travel in Taiwan as the centerpiece of its campaign to market 2020 as the Year of Mountain Tourism.

The bureau released one extensive itinerary …

CWB issues cold weather warning for parts of northern Taiwan

| January 17, 2020 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Taipei-Taiwan's Central Weather Bureau (CWB) issued a cold weather advisory for New Taipei, Taoyuan, Hsinchu and Miaoli Friday, warning that temperatures in those regions could fall to as low as 10 degrees Celsius between Friday …

Cold, wet weather forecast across Taiwan Friday

| January 17, 2020 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Taipei-Cold and wet weather is forecast across Taiwan Friday following the arrival of a cold mass, according to the Central Weather Bureau (CWB).

Daytime highs in northern and northeastern Taiwan will be 16-18 degrees Celsius …

Taiwan donates money to typhoon-battered Philippine province

| January 17, 2020 | taiwanonlinenews.com | 0

Manila-Taiwan's representative office in the Philippines donated US$100,000 on Friday to Sorsogon province on Luzon Island to support its reconstruction efforts after it was severely battered by Typoon Kammuri, locally called Tisoy, in early December.…

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