MOFA donates to Hawaii, Ukraine

REBUILDING EFFORTS: A US$600,000 donation to Bucha, Ukraine, is to build air defense shelters and to reconstruct a sports school damaged by airstrikes


Taiwan is to donate US$500,000 to Hawaii for disaster relief and reconstruction after wildfires, as well as US$600,000 to Bucha, Ukraine, for war reconstruction and air defense shelters, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) said yesterday.


Press Release from TAIPEI TIMES

Taiwan expected to open farming sector to Indonesian workers in September 

Taipei, Aug. 10 (CNA) Taiwan expects to bring in migrant workers from Indonesia to work in the agriculture and livestock farming sector as early as September, the Ministry of Labor (MOL) announced Thursday following a bilateral meeting between the two countries.



Taiwan business group wants more leeway in choosing migrant workers 
Business leader says foreign workers should be allowed to stay in Taiwan for at least 14 years 

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Businesses should have more leeway in their choice of migrant workers, while employees should be allowed to stay in Taiwan for 14 years instead of the current maximum of 12 years, a prominent business group said on Wednesday (July 19).


Press Release from TAIWAN NEWS


UN envoys from diplomatic allies arrive in Taipei
Representatives to the UN from four of Taipei’s diplomatic allies — Eswatini, Guatemala, the Marshall Islands and Nauru — have arrived in Taiwan to meet with President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) and other senior officials, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) announced yesterday.


Press Release from TAIPEI TIMES


Taiwan seeking 10,000 more overseas students over next 4 years  

Taipei, July 5 (CNA) Taiwan's government plans to partner with the private sector to recruit an additional 10,000 international students over four years to alleviate a local labor shortage, Education Minister Pan Wen-chung (潘文忠) said Wednesday.



NAFSA 2023 Ribbon-cutting Ceremony Showcases U.S.-Taiwan Education Initiative

The 2023 NAFSA Annual Conference & Expo took place in Washington, DC between May 30 and June 2. This is a major event for fostering international dialogue on education, and to advance Taiwan–US collaboration in higher education and promote Taiwan’s universities and colleges. Taiwan’s MOE participated with a pavilion coordinated by FICHET, the Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education of Taiwan, and nearly 60 representatives from 24 colleges and universities in Taiwan participated in the expo.


Press Release from Ministry of Education

Performing arts shows to take place across Taiwan from August

To stabilize and revitalize the performing arts sector after the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ministry of Culture organized the “Cultural Tour: Theaters at Villages” event, with 10 performances taking place in 10 counties/cities across Taiwan from August to December.


Press Release from  Ministry of Culture 

National Theater & Concert Hall holds exhibition featuring works of jazz greats 

Taipei, Aug. 5 (CNA) A free jazz-themed exhibition, built around classic albums that have been categorized into five distinct moods, is now on show at National Theater and Concert Hall (NTCH) in Taipei.




2023 Interview with our staying in Taiwan Overseas AlumniTeng, Pei-Yuan

Teng, Pei-Yuan, the medical student from Macau studied in National Taiwan University is in hope to equip high end medical techniques with ethics so he can contribute to Taiwan.

2023 Interview with our staying in Taiwan Overseas Alumni-Pintu Kumar 

Pintu Kumar, a Doctoral Student from Department of East Asian Studies of National Taiwan Normal University, applies Hindi language teaching in bridging the cross cultural exchanges between Taiwan and India.  

2023 Interview with our staying in Taiwan Overseas Alumni-Chiao Lin 

“I’m very fortunate to apply what I’ve learnt to work stably in Taiwan”, Chiao Lin passionately said; he’s been working in Sanofi healthcare and pharmaceuticals, Taiwan for over a year. As the third generation of Taiwanese (Jinmen County), Mr. Lin received his doctoral degree and hence worked in Taiwan for 9 years; he’s used to and adapted well of Taiwan’s lifestyles.

Taiwan launches monthly transport pass system for 3 regions

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — The “TPASS” valid for 30 days of travel on buses, trains, and Mass Rapid Transit (MRT) trains will launch in three regions on July 1, the Ministry of Transportation and Communication said Thursday (June 8).


Press Release from Taiwan News


Sierra Gladfelter, National Taiwan Normal University, United States of America

Winter Climb of Xue Shan

At 3,886 meters, Xue Shan is one of Taiwan's most special peaks, especially in winter when its slopes are covered with snow and ice. These photographs trace my ascent of Xue Shan in January with friends, a most vigorous and exhilarating experience that I will always treasure in my memories of Taiwan.

Dulguun Javkhlan, National Taipei University, Mongolia  
《A year to remember: Favorite moments frozen in time.》 
When I arrive in Taiwan in 2020, I didn't have a great hobby to spend my free time. I believe the Taiwanese beautiful nature and culture encouraged me to this beautiful hobby of mine. Even though I am not a fully professional photographer, I have a genuine feeling that I want other people to fell what I've felt when I take the pictures. I wish them to feel amazing by the pictures I've taken. 
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