We have selected news related to New Residents this week for all readers, sorted out the four news highlights, and present them at the same time in the form of broadcasts, so that readers and viewers can quickly understand the news events of the week in the shortest time, and to easily grasp the news progress without falling behind. Watch the broadcast here：0831 NIA video news report－English
- The Occupational Accident Guardian App in five languages to launched in September
As soon as September, versions in Indonesian, Thai, Vietnamese, and English will be released with the Chinese version. The three primary features of "The Occupational Accident Guardian APP" are a basic service application, a medical resource search, and a situational menu. A dedicated individual will further offer 1-to-1 service and referral whenever a worker uses the APP to apply for related services.
The Occupational Accident Guardian App in five languages to launched in September.Photo provided by the Center for Occupational Accident Prevention and Rehabilitation (COAPRE).
- From August 11th to October 15th, World Hakka Expo makes entire Taoyuan an outdoor museum
2023 World Hakka Expo brings together the worldwide Hakka network and highlight the varied Hakka cultures of the world from 8/11 to 10/15 by combining the attributes of Taoyuan's smart city with cutting-edge technology and installation art.
The two Main Exhibition Areas, "World Exhibition Hall" and "Taiwan Exhibition Hall," will present artwork as well as organize unique marketplaces. In addition, 8 secondary pavilions and 17 satellite exhibition areas are planned for the 2023 World Hakka Expo.
From August 11th to October 15th, World Hakka Expo makes entire Taoyuan an outdoor museum.Photo provided by Taoyuan City Government
- Raingo shared umbrella rental service benefits the general public who forget to bring umbrellas on rainy days!
At the Taipei and New Taipei MRT stations, the "raingo shared umbrella" rental service has been available since August. In addition to offering 24-hour rental, it also accepts a variety of payment options, including credit cards and LINE Pay, benefits the general public who forget to bring umbrellas on rainy days.
Raingo shared umbrella rental service benefits the general public who forget to bring umbrellas on rainy days!Photo reproduced from Joel來談日本 Facebook
- Taiwan High Speed Rail launches flower cartoon painted carriages, features accommodation and gourmet itinerary
Since August 18th, Taiwan High Speed Rail has been operating six times each day with unique carriages that display characters made by the Japanese artist (Kanahei).
The cherry blossoms, sunflowers, hydrangeas, and calla lilies blossoming in various regions of Taiwan in spring and summer are utilized to depict the picture of lovely Taiwan's domestic tourism. Special carriages have a theme of vivid flowers and feature 18 travel package itineraries and adorable joint items.
Taiwan High Speed Rail launches flower cartoon painted carriages, features accommodation and gourmet itinerary.Phot provided by Taiwan High Speed Rail