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Friday, May 29, 2015
There is currently no plan to invite President Ma Ying-jeou to inspect a Taiwan-controlled island in the disputed South China Sea, Defense Minister Kao Kuang-chi (高廣圻) said yesterday.
About 30 percent of Taiwan's public believe that Tsai Ing-wen's (蔡英文) trip to the U.S. will benefit her presidential campaign, according to a poll released yesterday.
Lin Hwa-ching (林華慶), the deputy director of the National Taiwan Museum (NTM, 國立台灣博物館) yesterday said that the museum has recently recruited 10 tour guides from various countries to aid foreign language speakers visiting the museum.
Shares of Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. (鴻海), the world's largest contract electronics maker, briefly hit a recent intraday high Thursday morning amid optimism toward its fundamentals, with the peak season for the high tech sector approaching in the second half of this year, dealers said.
Taiwan's Hou Hsiao-hsien (侯孝賢), who has just won the best director award at the Cannes Film Festival in France with his first martial arts film "The Assassin" (聶隱娘), said Wednesday that his next project will be a movie about a river goddess set in the modern era.
Altek Corp. (華晶科), Taiwan's largest digital camera contract maker, unveiled a new mini wireless camera Thursday that enables live broadcasting, aimed at social media users who love to check in their locations or share photos on Facebook.
Vietnamese budget airline VietJet launched a promotional campaign Thursday, offering 50,000 tickets for travel to Vietnam at discounted rates or free of cost.
The Department of Program in Multimedia Digital Content of Dayeh University recently established a 2D Creativity Workshop and Creativity Animation Workshop to provide their students with the opportunity to expand their employment experiences.
In an attempt to bridge the education gap between cities and rural areas, Capital Securities Corp. (群益) has launched an education and welfare campaign, donating books and offering lessons in remote elementary schools.
The Ministry of Economics Affairs (MOEA, 經濟部) said it's raising the renewable energies installation target for 2030 to 17,250 megawatts (MW), in order to cope with the declining electricity reserve margin.
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