Clarion Call

The global outbreak of coronavirus, first reported in the Chinese city of Wuhan late last year, is presenting the international community with an unprecedented array of economic, medical, political and social challenges. Taiwan, on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic less than 130 kilometers from China, is not immune. In fact, the country is […]

Snapshots May / June 2020

President Tsai reaffirms Taiwan’s coronavirus-fighting commitment President Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) said March 19 that the government is sparing no effort in combating the global outbreak of coronavirus first reported late last year in the Chinese city of Wuhan. Taiwan has limited the initial wave of imported infections, earning international praise for its disease-fighting measures, Tsai […]

Cooking to Success

Opting for a career in the food service industry is increasingly popular among young people. The spring semester at Kai Ping Culinary School in Taipei City is always an exciting occasion. As the institution’s students prepare for graduation, they are faced with a final challenge to gauge their preparedness for working in the food service […]

Taste Gone By

Homegrown chefs are rediscovering the flavors of Taiwan’s past. Honglaikoh restaurant in western Taipei City was once one of the capital’s busiest eateries, attracting customers of all ages to dine on its collection of classic Taiwan dishes. Its famous kitchen closed for the final time in 1955, but its legacy is now inspiring the country’s […]

Plants Only

Taiwan’s food service industry is responding to the growing popularity of vegetarianism by offering choices for all tastes. For many would-be vegetarians, fear of being unable to find places to eat or suitable ingredients is often a bigger concern than the dietary change itself. But office worker Liu Pei-shan (劉佩珊‬), who switched to meat-free living […]

Palatable and Permissible

The growing number of certified halal restaurants is transforming Taiwan into a Muslim-friendly tourism mecca. On a wintry evening earlier this year, Chang Beef Noodle restaurant in downtown Taipei City was a hive of activity. A group of 10 Muslims from New Southbound Policy (NSP) target country Malaysia wasted no time devouring a selection of […]

The Taiwan Model

A proactive approach and world-class health system are the cornerstones of the country’s effective handling of coronavirus. When mysterious cases of pneumonia caused by a new type of coronavirus emerged in the Chinese city of Wuhan late last year, few imagined it would lead to a pandemic declared March 11 by the World Health Organization […]

Learning from Experience

The Youth Global Action Plan aims to promote international exchanges and social engagement among young citizens of Taiwan. In early November last year Tiamuy Kadangilran of the Pinuyumayan people led a trip back to her hometown for 14 other young indigenous adults keen to experience her tribe’s culture and way of life. Despite spending her […]

Forgotten Remnants

An excavation project on an island off the tip of northern Taiwan is shedding light on a little-known piece of history. On a morning last May, Ellen Hsieh (謝艾倫‬) was headed to a meeting on Heping Island off the coast of the northern port city of Keelung. As she passed by a construction site, something […]

Form and Function

Wang Chiu-hwa has spent her long career designing architecture that serves the people. Sitting gracefully in the living room of her apartment on a cool February morning, 94-year-old Wang Chiu-hwa (王秋華) introduces visitors to features of the home she designed for herself and her family. Xue Residence, an eight-story building located on a small, quiet […]

Bits and Pieces

A retired dressmaker tailors leftover cloth into girls’ dresses. On an ordinary afternoon, 81-year-old Lin Zhe-hui (林哲慧) loads his carrier tricycle with girls’ party dresses and peddles to an elementary school near his home in New Taipei City’s Banqiao District. At NT$150 (US$5) a piece, Lin’s handmade dresses are a bargain compared to those from […]

West Meets East

Tainan’s Catholic churches anchor the Western religion within local cultural traditions. Taiwan is home to some 700 Catholic churches according to Ministry of the Interior records. While many of them adopt European architectural styles, others weave Chinese elements into their building designs. Tainan is especially known for such structures. One is Our Lady Queen of […]

West Meets East

Tainan’s Catholic churches anchor the Western religion within local cultural traditions. Taiwan is home to some 700 Catholic churches according to Ministry of the Interior records. While many of them adopt European architectural styles, others weave Chinese elements into their building designs. Tainan is especially known for such structures. One is Our Lady Queen of […]

West Meets East

Tainan’s Catholic churches anchor the Western religion within local cultural traditions. Taiwan is home to some 700 Catholic churches according to Ministry of the Interior records. While many of them adopt European architectural styles, others weave Chinese elements into their building designs. Tainan is especially known for such structures. One is Our Lady Queen of […]

NPUST builds education ties between Taiwan, New Southbound Policy target countries

https://ift.tt/37imvYd A large number of universities in Taiwan are successfully participating in a talent development initiative overseen by the Ministry of Education in line with the New Southbound Policy. Launched in September 2017, the undertaking requires curriculums to include subjects relating to industries or markets in which Taiwan enjoys core advantages. Participating institutes must ensure […]

NPUST builds education ties between Taiwan, New Southbound Policy target countries

https://ift.tt/37imvYd A large number of universities in Taiwan are successfully participating in a talent development initiative overseen by the Ministry of Education in line with the New Southbound Policy. Launched in September 2017, the undertaking requires curriculums to include subjects relating to industries or markets in which Taiwan enjoys core advantages. Participating institutes must ensure […]

NPUST builds education ties between Taiwan, New Southbound Policy target countries

https://ift.tt/37imvYd A large number of universities in Taiwan are successfully participating in a talent development initiative overseen by the Ministry of Education in line with the New Southbound Policy. Launched in September 2017, the undertaking requires curriculums to include subjects relating to industries or markets in which Taiwan enjoys core advantages. Participating institutes must ensure […]

Taiwan universities leading vanguard of Hakka education

https://ift.tt/2Zdj2qT Founded in 2003, the College of Hakka Studies at National Central University in northern Taiwan’s Taoyuan City is proud of its role in providing a dedicated knowledge system for the nation’s second-largest ethnic group. But its success is the culmination of years of campaigning and smart policymaking. When CHS launched it was the first […]

SingularityU APAC Global Impact Challenge winners honored in Taipei

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Winners of the SingularityU APAC Global Impact Challenge were honored during a ceremony staged by Taiwan Tech Arena, the country’s No.1 startup incubator, Dec. 13 in Taipei City.   The 10 finalists, selected out of a 70-strong field from across the Asia-Pacific, successfully pitched cutting-edge solutions utilizing the power of artificial intelligence in improving […]

Hakka painter spotlights glamour of Meinong in southern Taiwan

https://ift.tt/36sfbJ1 Few artists can depict Meinong better than Tseng Wen-chung, a native of the district in southern Taiwan’s Kaohsiung City. Through his paintings, the beauty of Meinong—where Hakka people represent more than 90 percent of its 40,000 population—is admired at home and abroad.   Tseng’s most recent solo exhibition at National Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Memorial […]

Australian photographer captures beauty of Taiwan

https://ift.tt/33UE0LK As a country filled with breathtaking natural and cultural landscapes, Taiwan is an attractive destination for photographers from home and abroad seeking the perfect shot. One such photographer is Australian Craig Ferguson, who first visited Taipei City in early 2003 after several years living elsewhere in Asia. Having spent time in Cambodia, India, Indonesia, […]

Dance Forum Taipei reshapes Taiwan’s modern dance landscape

https://ift.tt/2Dn7oQf Homegrown troupes such as Dance Forum Taipei are breaking out of a stylistic rut while providing a globally inclusive platform for choreographers and performers to share experiences and boost cooperation.   Founded in 1984 as Taipei Dance Workshop by artistic director Ping Heng, Crown Theater-based DFT is now considered a fully professional outfit. “We […]

Hsinchu town puts Hakka cultural heritage front and center

https://ift.tt/2KK9Lk7 The Hakka people, currently comprising 19.3 percent of Taiwan’s population of 23.5 million, first arrived in the country from China’s Guangdong province in the second half of the 17th century. The group’s unique customs and traditions are now an indispensable part of the nation’s ethnography. With the highest percentage of Hakka residents of any […]

Keelung group protects birds, habitats in northern Taiwan

https://ift.tt/2Ql8L9R Taiwan boasts one of the world’s highest densities of bird species. Of the around 10,000 varieties found globally, the country and its outlying islands are home to or provide resting spots for 663.   This healthy state of affairs is due to blessings bestowed on Taiwan by Mother Nature and the efforts of organizations […]

Taiwan partners with NGO consortium to help displaced people in western Thailand

https://ift.tt/2pS0v68 Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Thailand signed a memorandum of understanding for a donation of US$100,000 with Bangkok-based nongovernmental organization The Border Consortium Oct. 30 in the country’s Mae Sot district, reaffirming Taiwan’s longstanding commitment to aiding displaced people in the Myanmar border region. An alliance of nine international NGOs, TBC has been […]

Taipei ranked 7th in IMD Smart City Index

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Taipei City placed seventh out of 102 metropolises in the first-ever International Institute for Management Development Smart City Index released Oct. 3 by Switzerland-based IMD World Competitiveness Center.   With an overall rating of A, Taipei placed second in Asia and ahead of famous names such as Amsterdam, 11th; San Francisco, 12th; Vancouver, 13th; […]

Taipei ranked 7th in IMD Smart City Index

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Taipei City placed seventh out of 102 metropolises in the first-ever International Institute for Management Development Smart City Index released Oct. 3 by Switzerland-based IMD World Competitiveness Center.   With an overall rating of A, Taipei placed second in Asia and ahead of famous names such as Amsterdam, 11th; San Francisco, 12th; Vancouver, 13th; […]

Taipei ranked 7th in IMD Smart City Index

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Taipei City placed seventh out of 102 metropolises in the first-ever International Institute for Management Development Smart City Index released Oct. 3 by Switzerland-based IMD World Competitiveness Center.   With an overall rating of A, Taipei placed second in Asia and ahead of famous names such as Amsterdam, 11th; San Francisco, 12th; Vancouver, 13th; […]

MOFA awards winners of Trending Taiwan Short Film Competition

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Winners of the Trending Taiwan Short Film Competition, an annual competition organized by the Department of International Information Services under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, were awarded at a ceremony Nov. 6 in Taipei City.   The fifth edition of the event, which seeks to share eye-catching and heartwarming aspects of Taiwan and its […]

Cyber exercise co-organized by Taiwan and US gets underway in Taipei

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J The first ever Cyber Offensive and Defensive Exercise got underway Nov. 4 in Taipei City, spotlighting the government’s commitment to strengthening the country’s resistance to cyberattacks and sharing expertise with like-minded partners.   Co-organized by the Cabinet-level Department of Cyber Security and American Institute in Taiwan, the five-day event includes officials and experts from […]

Team Taiwan defeats Venezuela in Premier 12 baseball tournament

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Team Taiwan defeated Venezuela 3-0 in Group B of the Premier 12 Baseball Championship Nov. 6 in the central city of Taichung, moving a step closer to qualification for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympic Games.   Starting pitcher Chang Yi, a rookie sensation with the Orix Buffaloes professional baseball team in Japan, collected six […]

Taiwan-Germany higher education policy forum wraps up

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J A Taiwan-Germany higher education policy forum for university directors, presidents and vice chancellors wrapped up Nov. 5 at National Taiwan University of Science and Technology in Taipei City, spotlighting government efforts to foster deeper academic cooperation between the two sides.   Organized by Taipei-based Foundation for International Cooperation in Higher Education of Taiwan and […]

NCKU research project advances sustainable aquaculture in Taiwan

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J A water quality monitoring project implemented by National Cheng Kung University in Tainan City, southern Taiwan, is assisting local farmers adapt to climate change and promoting sustainable development of the country’s aquaculture sector.   Developed under NCKU’s Implementation Plan Adapted to Environmental Change in Tainan Coastal Area (IMPACT), the project employs big data to […]

Tsai spotlights Taiwan’s gender equality progress at World Conference of Women’s Shelters

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J President Tsai Ing-wen said Nov. 5 that the government is leaving no stone unturned in promoting gender equality while making Taiwan a more free and safe country for women and girls.   Safeguarding women’s rights remains a top government priority, Tsai said. Real progress is being made in eliminating gender-based discrimination and raising awareness […]

MOC initiative for young cultural ambassadors held in Taipei

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J An initiative sponsored by the Ministry of Culture was held Nov. 2 in Taipei to help local young people interested in becoming cultural ambassadors for the city.   Under the activity organized by National Taiwan Museum and Taipei First Girls High School, around 40 TFGHS students served as tour guides for more than 200 […]

President Tsai touts NATMA role in Taiwan-US ties

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J President Tsai Ing-wen said Nov. 4 that the North American Taiwanese Medical Association has played a crucial role in furthering Taiwan-U.S. ties.   NATMA has consistently been a leader in the Taiwan expatriate community in the U.S, Tsai said. This has placed it at the forefront of efforts to strengthen bilateral relations, she added. […]

MOTC minister opens 2019 International Air Safety Summit

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Taiwan Can Help the International Civil Aviation Organization realize its seamless sky vision while enhancing regional flight and passenger safety, according to Minister of Transportation and Communications Lin Chia-lung Nov. 4.   Safeguarding civil aviation operations is a mission common to all stakeholders, Lin said. As a member of the international community, Taiwan must […]

NYC’s Performa Biennial arts festival showcases Taiwan talent

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Installations from five of Taiwan’s leading contemporary artists are on display as part of the country’s Pavilion Without Walls at the Performa Biennial performing arts festival in New York, spotlighting government efforts to promote local artists on the global stage.   Running Nov. 1-24 and featuring works by Chou Yu-cheng, Su Hui-yu, Yu Cheng-ta, […]

US golfer Korda defends Taiwan Swinging Skirts LPGA crown

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Nelly Korda of the U.S. successfully defended her Swinging Skirts LPGA Championship title Nov. 3 in New Taipei City, edging out Mingee Lee of Australia and Caroline Masson of Germany.   Virtually untouchable over the first two rounds, Kora finished the third with a three-shot lead. But her commanding position eroded after mixing two […]

Taiwan smart coffee cup bags gold in British Invention Show

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J A temperature adjustable coffee cup designed by Taiwan student Lin Yu-chien is a gold medal winner at the recently staged annual British Invention Show in London.   The device, equipped with a digital regulator enabling coffee lovers to set their preferred temperature from minus 5 C to 100 C without sacrificing flavor, earned Lin […]

Helping hand

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Marc Su (right), ROC (Taiwan) ambassador to Indo-Pacific ally Tuvalu, and Local Government Minister Katepu Laoi celebrate the handover of materials and supplies for young people and infants donated by L.A.-based Simply Help Foundation Oct. 29 in capital Funafuti. (Courtesy of ROC (Taiwan) Embassy in Tuvalu) Brought to you by TAIWAN TODAY. Further reading: […]

President Tsai reiterates firm commitment to US ties

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J President Tsai Ing-wen said Oct. 31 that Taiwan will continue working closely with the U.S. to further the countries’ long-term partnership as both sides celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Taiwan Relations Act.   Ties between the two countries have gone from strength to strength under the government’s leadership, as evidenced by growing support […]

MOFA co-produced TV show set to air in Philippines

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J The first episode of a TV show showcasing Taiwan’s diverse economy, society and culture is set to air during prime time on CNN Philippines Nov. 3.   Co-produced by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and CNN Philippines, the production is part of a series themed “Embracing Taiwan” made in partnership with regional broadcasters in […]

Taiwan to host 2019 International Air Safety Summit

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J 2019 International Air Safety Summit opens Nov. 4 in Taipei City, featuring 350 academics, experts and officials from 37 countries and territories discussing the latest industry and flight services developments.   Organized by Taipei-based China Aviation Development Foundation and U.S.-headquartered Flight Safety Foundation, the 72nd edition of the annual event is being staged in […]

Military dependents’ village takes on new mission in western Taiwan

https://ift.tt/36o1ont Jianguo Military Dependents’ Village in western Taiwan’s Yunlin County is undergoing an unlikely renaissance on the back of public-private sector efforts preserving local sites of historical interest while creating tourism industry opportunities.   Situated in Huwei Township, the facility was once home to a thriving community of residents. But the end of the Cold […]

Thai alliance

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Peng Chi-ming (second right), chairman of Taiwan Association of Disaster Prevention Industry, and Phanachit Kittipanya-gam (second left), chairman of Thailand Tech Startup Association, display a memorandum of understanding alongside other officials for the formation of the Taiwan-Thailand Science and Technology Alliance for Innovation Oct. 31 in Bangkok. (CNA) Brought to you by TAIWAN TODAY. […]

Tsai receives AMVETS commander, pledges veteran care cooperation

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J President Tsai Ing-wen received American Veterans National Commander Jan Brown Oct. 30 at the Presidential Office in Taipei City, pledging to enhance exchanges with the Maryland-based organization and further cooperation on veteran care.   As Taiwan and the U.S. celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Taiwan Relations Act and the accomplishments both sides have […]

NHRM stages Taiwan-German Human Rights Education Workshop

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Taiwan-German Human Rights Education Workshop opened Oct. 30 in Taipei City, featuring participants discussing strategies for raising awareness of the need to better protect fundamental freedoms of individuals or groups, as well as transitional justice.   Organized by the National Human Rights Museum under the Ministry of Culture, the two-day event is themed Transformation […]

MOST-organized science and technology forum wraps up in Taipei

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J The 2019 Global Science and Technology Leaders Forum wrapped up Oct. 31 in Taipei City, spotlighting the government’s commitment to sharing Taiwan’s expertise with the international community.   Organized by the Ministry of Science and Technology, the two-day event was attended by more than 300 academics, business representatives and officials from 18 countries and […]

Humanitarian partnership

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Lai Ming-chi (left), director-general of the Department of NGO International Affairs under the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and Sally Thompson, executive director at Bangkok-based nongovernmental organization The Border Consortium, sign a memorandum of understanding on humanitarian aid provision Oct. 30 in Thailand. (Courtesy of Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in Thailand) Brought to you […]

True friend

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Deputy Foreign Minister Hsu Szu-chien (right) is all smiles alongside Richard Bush, senior fellow at Brookings Institution and former chairman and managing director of the American Institute in Taiwan, after awarding him the Grand Medal of Diplomacy for advancing Taiwan-U.S. relations Oct. 30 in Taipei City. (MOFA) Brought to you by TAIWAN TODAY. Further […]

Taiwan advances SME innovation via APEC forum in Philippines

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J An innovation ecosystem forum co-organized by Taiwan under the auspices of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation took place Oct. 29 in Manila, spotlighting the government’s commitment to bridging the regional urban-rural development divide while expanding related exchanges among APEC member economies.   Implemented by the Small and Medium Enterprise Administration under the Ministry of Economic Affairs […]

Taiwan advances SME innovation via APEC forum in Philippines

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J An innovation ecosystem forum co-organized by Taiwan under the auspices of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation took place Oct. 29 in Manila, spotlighting the government’s commitment to bridging the regional urban-rural development divide while expanding related exchanges among APEC member economies.   Implemented by the Small and Medium Enterprise Administration under the Ministry of Economic Affairs […]

Taiwan advances SME innovation via APEC forum in Philippines

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J An innovation ecosystem forum co-organized by Taiwan under the auspices of Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation took place Oct. 29 in Manila, spotlighting the government’s commitment to bridging the regional urban-rural development divide while expanding related exchanges among APEC member economies.   Implemented by the Small and Medium Enterprise Administration under the Ministry of Economic Affairs […]

Great honor

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J President Tsai Ing-wen (left) is all smiles as she presents a trophy to Chen Yuan-tsong, distinguished visiting chair in the Institute of Biomedical Sciences at Taipei City-based Academia Sinica—the country’s leading research institution, during the Presidential Science Prize awards ceremony Oct. 29 in Taipei. (Courtesy of Presidential Office) Brought to you by TAIWAN TODAY. Further […]

MOFA stages human rights workshop

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J A workshop highlighting Taiwan’s leading role in human rights policymaking wrapped up Oct. 28 in Taipei City, underscoring the government’s commitment to protecting the inalienable values.   Organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the one-day event was attended by more than 100 local experts, government officials and representatives of nongovernmental organizations.   In […]

MOFA stages human rights workshop in Taipei

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J A workshop highlighting Taiwan’s leading role in human rights policymaking wrapped up Oct. 28 in Taipei City, underscoring the government’s commitment to protecting the inalienable values.   Organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the one-day event was attended by more than 100 local experts, government officials and representatives of nongovernmental organizations.   In […]

MOFA stages human rights workshop in Taipei

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J A workshop highlighting Taiwan’s leading role in human rights policymaking wrapped up Oct. 28 in Taipei City, underscoring the government’s commitment to protecting the inalienable values.   Organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the one-day event was attended by more than 100 local experts, government officials and representatives of nongovernmental organizations.   In […]

Leadership program for future Indo-Pacific leaders wraps up in Taipei

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J An annual Taiwan Study Program for Future Leaders from the Indo-Pacific Region wrapped up Oct. 28 in Taipei City, spotlighting government efforts to develop the next generation of regional talent.   Organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the seven-day event featured 45 attendees from 17 countries and territories such as Australia, Nauru, Marshall […]

Pacific Islands Leadership Program with Taiwan kicks off in Taipei

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J The Pacific Islands Leadership Program with Taiwan (PILP) kicked off Oct. 28 in Taipei City, underscoring the commitment of Taiwan, the U.S. and Pacific island nations to deepening cooperation and expanding exchanges.   Co-organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Hawaii-based East-West Center, PILP aims to bring participants up to speed on the […]

Pacific Islands Leadership Program with Taiwan kicks off in Taipei

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J The Pacific Islands Leadership Program with Taiwan (PILP) kicked off Oct. 28 in Taipei City, underscoring the commitment of Taiwan, the U.S. and Pacific island nations to deepening cooperation and expanding exchanges.   Co-organized by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Hawaii-based East-West Center, PILP aims to bring participants up to speed on the […]

Chishang Autumn Rice Harvest Arts Festival wraps up in Taitung

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Chishang Autumn Rice Harvest Arts Festival wrapped up Oct. 27 in Taitung, drawing more than 2,400 visitors from home and abroad to the southeastern county’s golden fields.   Organized by Lovely Taiwan Foundation and Chishang Arts Organization, the two-day festival featured concerts, forums, exhibitions and workshops themed around the beauty of Taitung’s land and […]

Chishang Autumn Rice Harvest Arts Festival wraps up in Taitung

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J Chishang Autumn Rice Harvest Arts Festival wrapped up Oct. 27 in Taitung, drawing more than 2,400 visitors from home and abroad to the southeastern county’s golden rice paddies.   Organized by Lovely Taiwan Foundation and Chishang Arts Organization, the two-day festival featured concerts, forums, exhibitions and workshops themed around the beauty of Taitung’s land […]

Taiwan, Marshall Islands ink economic cooperation pact

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J A Taiwan-Marshall Islands economic cooperation agreement was inked in the presence of Presidents Tsai Ing-wen and Hilda C. Heine at the Presidential Office Oct. 25 in Taipei City.   Concluded by Foreign Ministers Jaushieh Joseph Wu and John M. Silk, the pact enables the Indo-Pacific partners to step up cooperation across a broad range […]

Global Youth Trends Forum set to open in New Taipei City

https://ift.tt/eA8V8J A two-day global youth forum is set to kick off Nov. 9 in New Taipei City involving 350 participants from home and abroad growing grassroots initiatives aimed at realizing the U.N. Sustainable Development Goals and Agenda 2030.   Organized by the Youth Development Administration under the Ministry of Education, the event will feature attendees […]