Wednesday, August 27, 2014
The Presidential Office yesterday urged the nation to patiently await the results of the investigation into former Mainland Affairs Council Deputy Minister Chang Hsien-yao (張顯耀) and avoid making speculations that would harm the nation's interests.
Seventy-five percent of employers in Taiwan are willing to hire new college graduates, with 76 percent of them offering NT$25,000 or higher as a starting salary, according to the results of a survey released by a manpower agency Tuesday.
The Ministry of Education (MOE) recently announced an amendment to the facility lodging policy of all of the Youth Activity and Centers and Hostels that are owned and operated by the China Youth Corps (CYC)., 2 Comments
President Ma Ying-jeou said yesterday that now is an appropriate time to review the nation's minimum wage standard, adding that branches of government need to step up their coordination in order to decide by how much wages should be increased.
The Child Welfare League Foundation (CWLF, 兒童福利聯盟) and Google joined hands for a campaign yesterday to teach parents and children how to communicate when fighting over young people's use of 3C products.
Environmental Protection Administration (EPA) pointed out yesterday that one of the “Taiwan Green Mark” laundry detergents — Lion Cold Water Wash — was found to contain an excessive amount of formaldehyde, thereby failing to meet the requirements for green products in a sampling inspection of detergent products.
All offices of the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT) will be closed on Monday, September 1, in observance of Labor Day in the United States, according to an AIT press release.
Chinese military aircraft trespassed into Taiwan's aerial identification zone several times on Monday, the R.O.C. Air Force confirmed yesterday.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC, 台積電) is holding a charity summer camp titled “Love, Hope and Rebuild” from Aug. 25 to 27 for children who went through the Kaohsiung gas explosions.