Wednesday, March 5, 2014
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA) yesterday denied involvement in an error made by a local nongovernmental organization that sent a press invitation to reporters on Monday and promised they would receive money if they covered a press event organized by MOFA.
President Ma Ying-jeou said yesterday that the administration would like to move toward an economic cooperation agreement (ECA) with Australia.
Eva Airways said on Tuesday that it plans to expand its U.S. fleet with the introduction of three new 777-300ER aircraft, a move expected to increase its U.S.-bound flights by 22 percent to 55 flights per week this year.
Pan-green Taipei mayor aspirant Ko Wen-je (柯文哲) yesterday expressed a wish to communicate with Democratic Progressive Party (DPP) Chairman Su Tseng-chang (蘇貞昌) over the integration issue regarding Ko's stance in the elections.
Passengers arriving at Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport after a long flight can now freshen up with a hot shower for free right at the arrivals hall.
The election office of Sean Lien (連勝文), a candidate for Taipei mayor, cannot open today as planned, as the owner of the office does not feel comfortable leasing his property for political purposes.
There is plenty of “room for imagination” about a proposed summit between the leaders of China and Taiwan, including the possibility of holding the meeting in a third territory, a local newspaper quoted a Chinese official as saying Tuesday.
April manpower needs across Taiwan are expected to increase by 36,676 jobs over the slow season in January, the second lowest first-quarter increase in five years, according to the Ministry of Labor (MOL).
The Taiwanese baseball drama “Kano” will hold its international premiere at the opening of the Osaka Asian Film Festival in Japan on March 7, with the film's director and members of its cast expected to hit the red carpet.