Category Archives: Study

Premier underlines Taiwan’s will to fight in meet with U.S. senator

| July 8, 2022 | tnadmin | 0

Premier Su Tseng-chang (???) told visiting U.S. Senator Rick Scott that the people of Taiwan would not recoil in the face of Chinese ambition to annex the island, during a meeting in Taipei Friday.Describing China as “the biggest threat,” Su said Taiwa…

Taiwan to raise electricity rates by 15% for large industrial users

| June 27, 2022 | tnadmin | 0

Large industrial consumers in Taiwan will see their electricity rates rise by 15 percent from July 1, in light of soaring global energy prices, the Ministry of Economic Affairs (MOEA) announced Monday.The changes mean that some 22,000 large industrial …

Final four Taiwanese F-16s return from Arizona training mission

| June 14, 2022 | tnadmin | 0

Four Taiwanese F-16 fighter jets on a training mission at Luke Air Force Base in Arizona flew back to Taiwan on Tuesday after a stopover in Honolulu, according to a military source.The F-16s landed at Hualien Air Force Base in eastern Taiwan around 3:4…

Six Taiwan universities rank in Asia top 100

| June 1, 2022 | tnadmin | 0

Six universities in Taiwan have been ranked among the 100 best universities in Asia, with National Taiwan University (NTU) placing in the 21st, the U.K.-based Times Higher Education (THE) announced on Wednesday.Other top-ranked local universities inclu…

Last batch of aid for Ukraine delivered on May 27

| May 30, 2022 | tnadmin | 0

The last batch of humanitarian aid collected by Taiwan in March to help Ukraine left Taiwan on May 27, according to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) on Monday.A total of 582 metric tons of supplies were gathered from a donation drive launched by …