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PH2020-05-28 09:20
Mandarin Oriental Taipei stops taking bookings amid coronavirus pandemic

The Mandarin Oriental Taipei confirmed Wednesday (May 27) that it would lay off staff and stop taking bookings from June 1, though its restaurant service would continue. The luxury hotel was the la...

PH2020-05-27 08:50
Taiwan’s Starlux Airlines may launch Okinawa flights as early as July 1

Taiwan's Starlux Airlines said on Tuesday (May 26) that it has obtained approval from Japan's Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism (MLIT) to open a new flight route to Okina...

PH2020-05-26 14:40
Taiwan’s Green Island to go ‘bottled water’ free

Taiwan's Green Island is seeking to become an island free of bottled water in a project that will see 33 places offering free drinking water. In a partnership with accommodation businesses, the...

PH2020-05-26 09:00
NIA helps Filipino to return home after 13 years in Taiwan

Kaohsiung City Specialized Operation Brigades of the NIA recently received a case who is a Filipino migrant worker turning herself in and had been living in Taiwan for 30 years. She had missed her...

PH2020-05-25 10:10
Magnitude 5.2 earthquake rocks NE Taiwan Monday morning

A magnitude 5.2 earthquake jolted northeastern Taiwan's Yilan County at 6:31 a.m. this morning (May 25), according tothe Central Weather Bureau(CWB). The epicenter of the temblor was 46.7 kilom...

PH2020-05-25 10:10
Facebook issues warning to Taiwan users over potential cyberattacks

Facebook has reportedly issued warnings to users and page administrators in Taiwan over potential cyberattacks. Facebook has sent a security reminder to certain Facebook users and page administrato...

PH2020-05-23 10:30
Taiwan state-owned liquor company to halt rubbing alcohol production

Taiwan's state-owned liquor company will stop making rubbing alcohol for emergency domestic use as the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is being brought under control in the island country. Taiw...

PH2020-05-23 08:10
Japan’s Tsutaya Bookstore opens in Kaohsiung

Famed Japanese franchise Tsutaya Bookstore opened a branch in the port city of Kaohsiung on Thursday (May 21), the sixth in Taiwan. The new, 1,124 square meter store is located at Talees Department...

PH2020-05-23 08:10
Graduation ceremonies in Taiwan allowed to take place without crowd limits

Taiwan's Ministry of Education on Thursday (May 21) sent a document to schools and local governments, stating that large-scale school activities such as graduation ceremonies will not be limited b...

PH2020-05-22 10:30
Taipei Main Station lobby ban not permanent, protesters face fines: Ministry

The Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) on Wednesday (May 20) said there is no "permanent ban" on sitting on the floor of the Taipei Main Station lobby and warned that prote...

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